GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 15 stocks with 'clear, unique' catalysts that set them up to crush the market in the post-pandemic era
As the economic recovery matures and the market settles back into routine, investors need to find stocks with the ability to continue to outperform.
A chief strategist who called the 2020 crash shares 5 indicators that show 'more than adequate evidence' of a stock market bubble — and warns an up to 60% crash is highly likely
"During the last 120-years, overvaluation and extreme deviations NEVER got resolved by markets going sideways," Lance Roberts says.
The investing chief of a crypto asset manager breaks down why SushiSwap is now the 'most undervalued token in digital assets' that could triple from here — and shares 2 under-the-radar tokens he's bullish on
Jeff Dorman lays out the 3 short-term negative impacts on SushiSwap's token and explains why it could triple to achieve a $6 billion market cap.
Real-estate investor Mike Bryant breaks down the strategy he used to acquire 10 properties ‘without putting a nickel into’ them — and shares why he recently decided to sell all but 4
Want to invest in real-estate but don't have the money for a down payment? This strategy could work for you.
Warren Buffett built a $4 billion Chevron stake in 6 months — then halved it last quarter. Here's how 3 experts explain the surprise sale.
The investor may have caved to environmental concerns about the oil-and-gas company, decided to cash out a quick profit, or soured on the stock.
The CEO of a $500 million crypto asset manager shares his bear market tips from surviving multiple 70% crashes — and breaks down how his rich clients navigated the latest flash crash
Wave Financial's CEO shares why he's still bullish, how his rich clients navigated the crypto flash crash, and tips for surviving bear market moves.
Coinbase could jump 36% as it is the best way to invest in the cryptocurrency ecosystem, Goldman Sachs says
"The continued success or failure of cryptocurrencies as an asset class will inevitably determine COIN's longer-term fate," Goldman said.
US stocks opened higher Monday as investors looked to snap a streak of recent losses. New coronavirus cases fell to the lowest in nearly a year.
At weekend lows, cryptocurrencies had lost nearly $1 trillion in market cap since May 12 amid swelling risk-off sentiment.
Traders on Wall Street Bets cheered the test flight, saying the stock could "go to the moon" following a series of failed attempts and delays earlier in the year.
HSBC CEO reportedly says the bank will not expand its businesses into bitcoin, citing volatility in the cryptocurrency
"Given the volatility, we are not into bitcoin as an asset class," CEO Noel Quinn told Reuters. He added the bank has no plans of starting a crypto desk.
Robinhood just started offering its users access to upcoming IPOs. Here's why the fintech faces an uphill battle breaking into a market dominated by Wall Street's elite.
SoFi and Robinhood want to upend IPOs by competing for a slice of companies going public and, in some cases, underwriting the shares themselves.
Billionaire Mike Novogratz says dogecoin will falter because no institutions are buying it and retail investors will lose interest
Novogratz views dogecoin as even more speculative than bitcoin, where the biggest risk is the Federal Reserve pulling back liquidity.
The 'buy the dip' mentality in stocks remains strong, but a bitcoin decline could change that, JPMorgan says
Stock market inflows following an equity decline have surged in 2021, suggesting that the buy the dip mentality is alive and well.
Mohamed El-Erian says China cracked down on bitcoin because it fears crypto could threaten national security and stability
Governments worry illegal payments and weak investor protection pose a threat to national security, the economist said.
This is what traders are talking about.
Bitcoin fell below $32,000 for the first time since January as crypto miners halted operations in China amid the country's continued crypto crackdown.
China's crackdown on commodity prices could help ease concerns of higher costs, given that it is a large net importer of iron ore.
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The latest bout of volatility comes after a multi-day selloff that sent the price of ether and bitcoin plummeting.
Inflation is seen as the stock market's boogeyman as the economy recovers. We asked 3 experts if the fears are warranted — or if concerns are overblown.
Core PCE (personal consumption expenditures), the Fed's key measure of inflation, rose to 3.5% in the first quarter, but is it here to stay?
Meet 2 Americans who are suddenly facing an unemployment cliff after Republican governors in their states ended federal benefits
"I'd rather have a job because I feel better when I'm working myself and bringing in income. I'd much rather be working."
The CDC found the US birth rate fell by 4% in 2020. It could usher in a new era of change for the economy, but that's not necessarily a bad thing.
Joe Biden wants to tax the wealthy without creating a wealth tax, even though it's overwhelmingly popular
You may have heard Joe Biden wants to tax the wealthy. He does, but he wouldn't do it with an outright wealth tax. Here's the difference — and why.
"To the extent investors are worried about medium-term inflation risks, they should probably hedge this threat using traditional securities such as gold."
A single address that holds 28% of dogecoin's total supply has investors scratching their heads as to who—or what, it belongs to.
An equities chief who successfully made a bet against Wirecard breaks down 2 bubbles brewing in the market as speculative trades start popping
The director of European equities for Janus Henderson made a successful bet against Wirecard. He shares 2 bubbles he sees in the market right now.
eToro's most popular female investor says she's holding onto crypto stock and prefers Ethereum to bitcoin. She reveals the strategy that led 20,000 people to copy her portfolio.
Heloïse Greeff has amassed more than 20,000 "copiers" on the social trading platform since joining in 2016, and is the third-most copied investor.
Millennials were most likely to perceive wealth differently and change how they plan to use it after the pandemic, a Boston Private report found.
Why gold is a better investment than bitcoin despite the cryptocurrency's recent dominance, according to SocGen
Bitcoin's erratic price movements make the cryptocurrency a controversial inclusion for investment portfolios, SocGen said.
How an unemployed day-trader burned by both GameStop and dogecoin ended up owning 20 billion units of a cryptocurrency known as ASS coin
Day-trader Eric Hackney is a "thrill-seeking amateur, goaded on by social media," Bloomberg reported.
"We believe that most of the leverage is out of the system now and bitcoin should start to form a base here," said Pankaj Balani of Delta Exchange.
Many GOP-led states are opting to end federal unemployment benefits early, but some are offering one-time back to work bonuses. So is Connecticut.
Elon Musk is like the Fed of crypto — but he was forced to ditch bitcoin payments for Tesla to avoid pressure from environmentalists, a private-equity CEO says
Eric Schiffer says the last thing Tesla needs is to not be included on ESG lists because bitcoin is a big portion of its business.
JPMorgan and Morgan Stanley leadership shake-ups; SVB Leerink poaches team of senior UBS tech bankers; profile of Lone Pine's Mala Gaonkar.
Warren Buffett called inflation a 'gigantic corporate tapeworm.' Here's the investor's classic warning about rising prices.
"Inflation takes us through the looking glass into the upside-down world of Alice in Wonderland," Buffett told his shareholders.
Central banks aren't running scared of bitcoin but they want to keep control, says former Bank of England digital guru
Huw van Steenis, senior advisor to the chief executive of UBS, punctures some central bank digital currency myths
Billionaire media mogul Barry Diller calls cryptocurrencies a 'con' and says price forecasts are 'nutso'
"This is nutso talk," IAC Chairman Barry Diller said about various price calls on cryptocurrency, which he called "a con" on CNBC Friday.
The White House, which made the offer to Republicans Friday, may also continue with a $1.7 trillion second plan for $3.2 trillion in total spending.
China reportedly said it will act "resolutely" to prevent what it considers social risks stemming from bitcoin activities.
The same companies comprised the top five in the bank's hedge fund VIP list: Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Alibaba.
The Dow finished higher on Friday as the cryptocurrency decline in bitcoin and ether accelerated.
Ford's new F-150 Lightning electric truck has already amassed over 40,000 reservations just two days after its launch.
Biden campaigned on supporting $10,000 in student debt forgiveness. His new budget will reportedly leave that out, among other campaign promises.
April's red-hot housing market saw nearly half of 合约数字币和虚拟币homes sell in less than a week, Zillow says
Amidst a housing shortage, Zillow found 47% of US 合约数字币和虚拟币homes were on the market for less than a week in April, and 76% on the market for under a month.
Lone Pine's Mala Gaonkar took a unique route to the top of the hedge fund world. Here's how she's rewriting the traditional investing playbook — and crossing paths with the likes of Malcolm Gladwell and David Byrne along the way.
Gaonkar's day job is copiloting a top hedge fund through unprecedented markets. Her side gigs include working with David Byrne and Malcolm Gladwell.
Lawmakers want to make House staffers eligible for PSLF, which forgives the loan balance after 120 monthly payments. Too bad it doesn't really work.
Mortgage lender UWM Holdings went public via SPAC with a $16 billion valuation earlier this year, and its shares have since declined.
Bank of America lowers its Tesla price target to $700, citing the fading efficacy of equity offerings as the company's stock dips
BofA analysts led by John Murphy lowered their price target on shares of Tesla from $900 to $700 on Friday.