Bloomberg by Julie Verhage
U.S. stocks are hitting record highs and volatility is hitting new lows, but can it last?
According to Pravit Chintawongvanich, head derivatives strategist at Macro Risk Advisors, traders should look at more than ju... view full article >>
Reuters by Barani Krishnan
Oil prices rose 1 percent on Wednesday, lifting U.S. crude from two-month lows, after the U.S. government reported a ninth straight week of crude inventory draws, easing some concerns in a market worried about a fuel glut... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Patrick Clark
Home prices have hit record highs in some major U.S. metropolitan areas, and house-flippers are behaving like it’s 2005: It’s no wonder people are chattering about another housing bubble.
But residential real est... view full article >>
Bloomberg by Justin Bachman
During the summer vacation season, think of a commercial airplane as a flying, broken cash machine: It spits out profit from June to September, but come autumn, the money slows.
That’s when the seat harvesting b... view full article >>
BloombergBusinessweek by Kathrine Burton, Brian Chappatta, & John Gittelsohn
The way Douglas Peebles talks about the $100 trillion global bond market, you’d never guess that bond investors have been on a winning streak. “The market in most coun... view full article >>
Yahoo! by Jeanie Ahn
Our children learn how to read and write in school, but teaching them about money is on you. Kids as early as age 3 can understand the basic concepts of spending and saving. Here are some fun ways to teach them how to be financ... view full article >>