Trump has embraced Twitter, but that doesn't mean anyone can predict what happens to a company's stock when he tweets about it.
It’s easy for investors to claim that market prices don’t make any sense because it’s often true.
If you believe that the job of a sell-side analyst is to tell people which stocks to buy and which ones to sell, you need to stop believing that right now, because it is not true.
So should investors rebalance their portfolios or just let them alone?
A single share of Chile’s main market operator costs $2.5 million, while owning a piece of Argentina’s will set you back $2.1 million.
"Everyone in the world is underexposed to China.”
Once-dominant, the Wall Street exchange will also serve as a market for ETFs.
"The Bond King" expects markets to reverse their post-election moves.
The new era will be marked by rising or more volatile inflation.