This Bull Market Is Powered By Your Indifference: Barry Ritholtz
The bull market really began in 2013... By that measure, this bull market is only three years old and could easily have a long way to go.
There’s Still One Indicator That’s Warning of Recession: Deutsche Bank
The unemployment rate is below 5%, manufacturing is picking up, and jobless claims are falling, but Deutsche Bank says there's still reason to worry.
Sometimes It's Hard for Owners to Talk to Companies
Why the U.S. Justice Department is casting a wary eye on public company executives talking to individual shareholders.
Morgan Stanley Profits Drop 14%: Q2 Earnings
The wealth group had pretax earnings of $859 million, down 3% from a year ago.
Bob Doll Judges His 10 Predictions for 2016
What the Nuveen strategist got right in his yearly outlook, what he got wrong and the predictions that are too early to call.
Lending to Poor People Didn't Cause the Financial Crisis
Two Trump advisors lay the blame for the credit crisis and Great Recession on the Community Reinvestment Act of 1977. The reality is different.
Treasuries Snap Losing Streak as Bond Bulls Ponder 1% U.S. Yield
More investment strategists are expecting the 10-year Treasury yield to fall to 1% by next year, which would mean more gains
Another Bad Month for Active Funds: Morningstar
With active U.S. equity suffering its largest monthly outflow since October 2008, some fund families feel the pain.
Sell Oppenheimer Muni Funds on Puerto Rico Risk, Ameriprise Says
Oppenheimer funds held $3.5 billion worth of Puerto Rico securities as of March 31, the most of an mutual fund group, according to Morningstar.
Stock Market Rally Won’t Last, Goldman Warns
Goldman strategists caution investors that the “risk-on” mantra that has prevailed since immediately after the Brexit vote can reverse quickly.