Dave Zeiler has four crypto mining stocks to watch out for in 2022.
Shah Gilani picks out the three best options trades to make this week.
Seeing a pocket of opportunity, the U.S.'s competitors are looking to take advantage of the fact that the world's sole military superpower is "otherwise occupied."
Plus, with the flood of stimulus, the market is also occupied, therefore radically mispricing this fact and all its implications.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average will dip more than 100 points today as U.S.-China trade tensions grow stronger yet.
The ongoing trade dispute could tip several major economies into a recession. Here’s how traders are responding.
The Dow Jones today will climb near 100 points as investors grow more confident of the Federal Reserve's plan to lower interest rates.
Yesterday, a key central banking official hinted that a rate cut is better than "[waiting] for a disaster to unfold."
A chief perk of Berkshire Hathaway's (NYSE: BRK.A) recent $10 billion investment in Occidental Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: OXY) is the fat 8% dividend.
There's a catch to receiving it, though: you have to be Warren Buffett. But there's a very similar, overlooked energy investment that can provide any investor the same perks as Buffett's Occidental strategy.
At some point, the longest bull market in history will end, but dividends will continue to pay no matter what the stocks do.
Knowing the top dividend-paying stocks can maximize your earnings, even in seasons of downturn.
Back in October, JPMorgan Chase analysts Eduardo Lecubarri and Nishchay Dayal warned that the $7.4 trillion of global assets parked in passive funds could "exacerbate a rout" during the "next recession."
Well, they were half right: We're not in a recession.
But the escalating sell-off – especially in the highflying, index-leading big-cap stocks – is weighing heavily on passive investors.
"Weighing heavily," as in, passive investors are losing lots of money just about every day.
Active investors and traders, like us, have options. We can hedge, we can get short, trade puts, even go to cash – there are moves we can make.
Passive investors? Well, they could become active in a major way just about any day now. The panic would be legendary.
If that happens – and we are getting close to market levels that could turn passive investors into very active panic-sellers – a crash may not be far off.
Every year, I attend at least one major hedge fund or asset manager conference.
I don't do it to see where Wall Street is investing. I do it to find out its latest strategy to collect billions in fees.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 51 points in premarket hours as investors kept a close eye on NAFTA developments.