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Advisors say investment products are getting harder to understand.
Firms pay advisors to team-up and target millionaires.
The ADP number was strong, but it's not a good indicator for Friday's report. Belpointe's David Nelson remains bullish.
More than three quarters of fee-based advisors offer managed accounts and that percentage is expected to grow.
Turning down someone for a date is never easy, and it may be harder when it's someone you work with.
Cramer prefers Tiffany over Excorp, likes Lockheed and wants no part of Alliance Fiber Optic Products.
Conn's and Texas Capital Bancshares are benefiting from the oil and gas boom while GE and General Motors will see savings on the bottom line if interest rates rise.
Cramer is not as concerned about tomorrow's labor report as others.
Cramer says NXP Semiconductors is too hot while he prefers General Motors to Superior Industries.
Cramer wants to stay away from Express and other retailers but he is interested in several Canadian companies including Bank of Montreal.
Markets opened higher Friday, as a strong November government job report and better consumer spending bolstered confidence that the market will be able to weather an early Federal Reserve tapering.
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Signs of a robust U.S. labor market and consumer strength offset tapering concerns Friday.
I don't see any scenario where buying this stock around $45 a share makes sense for new investors.
Apple had its best November ever, according to the Apple Barometer.
Android may win out over iOS in market share, but iOS wins in adoption rates hands down.
He does just about everything -- from perform to produce -- and Moby loves the opportunity Internet radio brings artists.
Apple's deal with China Mobile was expected, so don't expect a huge run-up in the stock. J.C. Penney stock has begun to normalize, and Cramer likes Macy's more.
Janet Yellen, the White House's nominee to head the Federal Reserve, pushed back against calls to ease oversight of the country's largest banks.
Tax cheats facilitated by banks include soccer kings, boat builders and tombstone makers.
The country's wealthy might support an 'extraordinary' one-time tax on net worth if it's accompanied by profound reform in the way the government spends money.
'Gogo Text & Talk is just one more way Gogo is keeping airline passengers connected to their lives on the ground,' a Gogo official says.
If your main interest is self-interest, staying independent will get you respect from the politicians.
The trading panel discussed the markets and whether the current decline is a good thing.
Canaccord Genuity gives a vote of confidence to Lululemon.
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Lululemon, Tesla, Apple and, yes, Barnes & Noble hold the keys to the reemergence and survival of physical retail.
Don't let fantasy football cut into your family time.
It's not electric, but other than that it's a most satisfying diesel SUV experience.
Microsoft stock is falling Thursday, apparently because investors finally believe what Ford said in 2012: Alan Mulally is staying until 2014.
U.S. stock futures are flat; China Mobile signs long-awaited deal with Apple; Ford to unveil the 2015 Mustang; Jos. A Bank to report earnings.
A volatile mover, Tesla (TSLA) has reversed gains achieved over Tuesday's trading session.
U.S. stock futures rise slightly; big European and American banks face fines for benchmark rigging, a report says; J.C. Penney sales jump; Sears CEO Eddie Lampert reduces his stake in the retailer.
2014 could offer some relief to homebuyers who have been shut out of the market by tough credit standards and bidding wars.
Becker Capital Management's Pat Becker Jr. says there's shareholder value in Plum Creek timber and Howard Hughesand there is also room for the S&P 500 to gain in December.
Berkshire Hathaway has a history of involvement with the government-backed mortgage lenders and may be interested in following the lead of Fairholme Capital in trying to take them private.
Alexander & Baldwin may be the best real estate company in paradise, and one of the least known.
If Apple really is a global luxury brand, it should start acting like one.
More people are living downtown, thus more drivers will be renting cars.
Winter blockbusters help balance the movie industry's books, but they aren't exactly a new idea.
This year, there are no Saturday games on the schedule at all while Thursday games limp on -- and that's a shame for everyone involved.
Las Vegas gaming companies are back and even more attractive compared to the peak in 2007.
Hilton Worldwide's IPO will be a major coup for Blackstone Group after the hotel chain's 2007 leveraged buyout.