Trump’s Tweets Are Reviving Gold as Haven
Bullion price seen jumping 12% in 2017, analyst survey shows; 140-character missives by president-elect signal new paradigm.
Lessons From My Anxious Holiday Shopping
Somehow, I survived the uncertainty and anxiety of what economists often regard as an inefficient tradition: spending hours looking for the right holiday gifts.
Impact Investor Assets Grew 18% Between 2013 and 2015: Survey
Investors were highly satisfied with both financial returns and impact performance, according to a GIIN survey.
Golden Era of Hedge Funds Draws to a Close, Clients in Revolt
Investors are up in arms as traders get rich on management fees. The million-dollar question: Who will keep earning 2 and 20?
Top 2017 Emerging EMEA Picks Are All Things Russia; Avoid Turkey
Investors seek bargains in politically stable countries; some asset managers favor Egypt’s local-currency bonds.
Oil Trades Near 17-Month High as Market Seen Balancing in 2017
Iraq, Venezuela said to implement production cuts on Jan. 1; OPEC and non-OPEC monitoring panel will meet to track compliance.
Banks, Broker-Dealers Poised for a 'Terrific' 2017
Dick Bove and other analysts are bullish on large financial companies, and their BDs, for a host of reasons.
Dow Flirtation With 20,000: A Ceiling or the Santa Claus Rally?
Brad McMillan of Commonwealth and Jeff Saut of Raymond James are optimistic over a sustained bull market in 2017, this one driven by actual earnings.
U.S. Consumer Confidence Jumps to Highest Level Since 2001
Measure of Americans’ expectations surges to a 13-year high after Trump election; more households expect better economy, labor market in year ahead.
The Year in Alternative Investments: What Happened; What's Coming
Here's a look back at some of the highlights of the alternative investment space in 2016 and a look at one emerging trend.