Wall Street's biggest bears and doomsayers will make appearances in The Bubble, a new documentary on the financial crisis based on the New York Times bestseller Meltdown.
One of the more bearish strategists out there has been Nomura's Bob Janjuah.
Insider selling is rarely a positive sign for a company.
Legendary investor Doug Kass of Seabreeze Partners is out with his outlook for the fall on TheStreet.com, and he's getting pretty nervous about the stock market.
Time and again, the traditional agencies' analyses have lacked any foresight, even after the lessons of the subprime mortgage debacle.
We’ve been in a state of mild shock since Saturday, after discovering strong support for full reserve banking from a working paper by economists at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
While most attention in the ongoing student debt crisis narrative has focused on new graduates, it turns out the federal government has been quietly targeting a different group of debtors: retirees.
While the Achilles heel to the endless "economic data" BS coming out of China may be its electric production and demand
Three big intertwined but rival agribusinesses — corn farmers, meat and poultry producers, and biofuel refineries — are in a political fight to protect their interests as a drought ravages corn producers and industrial consumers alike.
Just in time for the home-stretch of the Presidential campaign, gas prices are becoming a big story again.
This needs virtually no explanation. It's a chart of the frequency of the phrase "Housing Recovery" in news articles over the past 5 years.
Twitter has horrified third-party developers by hinting that it will in future limit their size by preventing them having more than a certain number of users, as part of a wide-ranging shift in the company’s strategy
Members of the Sioux Nation are attempting to raise $1 million dollars to buy back a section of South Dakota land known in their culture as “the Center and heart of everything that is.”
The money the U.S. government owes to foreign entities rose to a record $5.2923 trillion in June, according to data released by the U.S. Treasury. In May, the U.S. Treasury had owed $5.2581 trillion to foreign entities. On net, in June, the U.S. gove
Bond insurer Syncora Guarantee has filed a lawsuit to prevent California from eliminating the state's 400 local redevelopment agencies, claiming that the plan unfairly deprives bondholders of money they are owed.
Nassim Taleb – the man behind the term "black swan" – just published a new paper taking aim at Wall Street titled Why It is No Longer a Good Idea to Be in The Investment Industry.
Tired of high gas prices? How about a car that runs on compressed air!
The recession that ended 3 years ago this summer has been followed by the feeblest economic recovery since the Great Depression. Since World War II, 10 U.S. recessions have been followed by a recovery that lasted at least 3 years.
Defaults on municipal bonds for decades have been far higher than reported by rating agencies, bringing into question the true risk of a common investment widely considered to be safe, according to a study released by the Federal Reserve Bank of New
The attorneys general of New York and Connecticut have issued subpoenas to seven banks over the possible manipulation of a global interest rate, a person with knowledge of the matter told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
The average price of ground beef hit a record high in the United States in July, according to data released Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The federal appeals court ruled yesterday that not only does BNYM stay at the front of the line, but that using customer segregated funds as collateral is NOT a crime, and that co-mingling customer segregated funds with proprietary funds is NOT fraud
It's often said that in America, we all have the dream of home ownership.
Alex hosts Max Keiser discussing the ravaged state of the U.S. economy and fragility of markets as published in a recent Fox News article The Coming Economic Collapse.
The biggest banks in the US have been given advisement by US regulators that they must make plans to stave off a complete financial collapse without relying on the US government.
110 million Americans are now on federal assistance. During the years from 2000 to 2011, the number of Americans dependent upon some form of federal assistance grew almost exponentially. During the last four years alone Americans participating in pro
Jamie Dimon Just Admitted To The World That JPM's Assets Are Overvalued By $150 Billion
On July 31, 2012, WesternFreePress.com’s Brad Zinn interviewed Charles Goyette author, speaker, and media personality. The occasion was a special Americans for Prosperity celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Nobel Laureate Economist M
It isn’t easy to think of ways to impress you with the importance of donating to Antiwar.com. I could point to the imminence of war with Iran or Syria, or I could point to our two "major" presidential contenders and the ominous signs that the electio
Regulators directed 5 of the country's biggest banks, including Bank of America Corp and Goldman Sachs to develop plans for staving off collapse if they faced serious problems, emphasizing the banks could not count on government help.