Today was a sign of a healthy market, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Thursday, as the much heralded IPO of Snap (SNAP) went off without a hitch. Cramer said there were a lot of things that could have gone wrong today, but didn’t, and that will only help bring more buyers to the stock market.
What could have gone wrong? Cramer said investors only need to remember the IPOs of Facebook....More>>>
The biggest "fat pitch" of this decade is no longer a fat pitch… I've been MAXIMUM BULLISH on housing since the bottom of the housing bust. I don't know another analyst who has been more bullish on this one since the beginning. That changes today – somewhat, at least. Don't get me wrong… I'm still extremely bullish on U.S. residential....More>>>
President-elect Donald J. Trump’s decision to pick Steven Mnuchin, a former Goldman Sachs partner, as the next Treasury Secretary is driving hopes on Wall Street that government sponsored mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will be privatized in the new administration. “We’ve got to get them out of government control,” Mnuchin told Fox Business News on Wednesday morning....More>>>
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Kiplinger’s Best List, 2016 Best Mutual Funds You Can Invest in for $125 or Less....More>>>
The splendid American economist, Thomas Sowell, for decades did double duty as a newspaper columnist. Typically, his columns had a laser focus, but every now and again Sowell would let loose with a rambling piece which he would entitle, "Random Thoughts on the Passing Scene."
Matchpool, the incentive-based community platform that is touted as allowing anyone to open their own “matchmaking pool”, is to launch a crowdfund campaign later this month in a move described by the blockchain start-up’s CEO and co-founder Yonatan Ben Shimon, a former hedge fund m