The old adage “Sell in May and go away” was good guidance for stock markets last year.
As Obama demonizes the wealthy and pitches a dozen plans to restructure the economy, opponents of this program need a reminder of what exactly we’re fighting for.
...I am going to give a concise explanation of the stock manipulation meme that Deep Capture explores.
Goyette explains how the growth of federal power and its costly warfare and welfare spending are bankrupting America and strangling our prosperity. The incredible $1.2 trillion a year we spend on state security is leading us straight down the road t
MARKETS TUMBLING: DOW OFF 100
The response to Democratic advisor Hilary Rosen's comments about Ann Romney has been swift and damning.
The Euro crisis is not “solved.” Not by a long shot. Yet Bloomberg reports this morning (i,e, March 2nd) that European leaders “declared a turning point in the Greece-fueled debt crisis.”
Karl Marx never owned a credit card, but if he had, he’d probably have something to say about the way card issuers have been treating their customers lately.
Do Regulators Know Who the SIFIs Are?
Where Has All the Trading Gone?
In new interview with Money Magazine's Penelope Wang, Shiller offers some bad news for stock market investors.
It turns out that the detergent is not just good for making your clothes brighter than the imitation brand. It’s also street currency for buying pot and cocaine. Briefcases full of cash are being cast aside in favor of blaze-orange containers of laun
We just had the pleasure of attending a briefing by Nomura US economist Lewis Alexander on the outlook for the rest of the year, and the implications of the coming election.
A major potential negative catalyst for financials globally is rapidly approaching as 114 banks are on review-for-downgrade by Moody's across 16 countries.
Fortune Magazine's namesake rankings have been around since the 1950's. But why not take it back to America's founding days?
In the depths of the financial crisis, borrowers with tarnished credit....were almost entirely shut out by traditional lenders.
Linking credit debt to your fitness routine seems like a stretch, but it's a claim New York Times' writer Charles Duhigg champions in his new book The Power of Habit.
Ever wonder how much money you’d have to make to feel content?
...the financial crisis have collectively delivered a harsh blow to some U.S. industries.
Stocks suffered their biggest declines this year, losing ground for the fifth-straight session, as worries over rising borrowing costs for European countries weighed on sentiment.
European shares hit a 12-week low on Tuesday as fresh concerns about global growth and pressure on some highly indebted euro zone countries hurt cyclical stocks.
competition from the new commodity, the new technology, the new source of supply, the new type of organization…
During the last few weeks, economists Paul Krugman and Steve Keen have engaged in a lengthy (and ugly) blogger debate about the role of banks in expanding the monetary base.
US Housing Bulls
Orange juice futures just hit a 17-month low, as they've collapsed by over 30% since late January.
Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff used a visit to the White House on Monday to complain about US monetary policy as she made her case for international action against currency “manipulation” directly to Barack Obama.
Gold has been holding steady in the the $1,600-$1,800 band since early October.
This is a story about what can happen when no one is looking.
New Jersey Gov. Christie exaggerated when he declared that unforeseen costs to the state were forcing him to cancel the new train tunnel planned to relieve congested routes across the Hudson River, according to a report by independent Congressional i
The Detroit City Council approved a consent agreement with Michigan, giving up temporary sovereignty over its own financial affairs. A 9-member financial advisory board will run the city's operations and budget.