Here are six reasons the market can still rise even after this recent Fed-led rally.
Airlines can buy futures contracts, thereby locking in their cost. The same contracts bought not long ago are now costing some airlines millions of dollars.
President Barack Obama's decision to drop the trade and travel embargo with Cuba will have little to no effect on most American companies.
Click through to see which chemicals stocks made Morgan Stanley's list as either materially benefitting or being challenged from lower oil prices.
They're just self-promoting ministers of their own portfolios.
Strategists aren't cutting back their 2015 forecasts despite the Fed's signal on Wednesday that rates will be rising next year.
The time for the Fed to raise interest rates has come and gone and come again.
Seventy-one percent of small-business owners expect their overall financial situation to be very or somewhat good over the next 12 months, according to the Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index.
Companies are laying fewer employees, but career professionals still need an insurance policy in place to negotiate a good severance package.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about where we want oil to be if we want the market higher and the gross domestic product number.
Here's another peek into Cramer's playbook for successful investing.
Supply is out of balance with demand, which means the producers have to call marketing and ask how much the market needs instead of presuming.
Here's the best way to play oil and biotech.
Cramer says Navigator Holdings as been wrongly punished as an energy stock while ViaSat has compelling technology.
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The S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average snag record closing highs on Friday in a quiet low-volume day of trading.
The S&P 500 drifts to all-time highs.
Gulf Coast Ultra Deep Royalty Trust (NASDAQ:GULTU), MacroGenics Inc (NASDAQ:MGNX) and 3D Systems Corporation (NYSE:DDD) are making notable gains this Friday. Posting losses today are Bio Blast Pharm...
Shareholders of Universal Insurance Holdings Inc looking to boost their income beyond the stock's 1% annualized dividend yield can sell the August 2015 covered call at the $25 strike and collect the premium based on the 90 cents bid, which annualizes to an additional 6.7% rate of return against the current stock price (at Stock Options Channel we call this the YieldBoost), for a total of 7.7% annualized rate in the scenario where the stock is not called away. Any upside above $25 would be lost if the stock rises there and is called away, but UVE shares would have to advance 21.2% from current levels for that to occur, meaning that in the scenario where the stock is called, the shareholder has earned a 25.6% return from this trading level, in addition to any dividends collected before the stock was called.
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This beloved device has been improved in nearly every possible way. But, can it win back the hearts and minds of iPhone and Android converts?
The new year will make it clear that the social universe is a complex ecosystem where video plays a larger role and the majority of sharing happens in private.
Interest in Apple's latest gadget is waning but look for that to change once the product actually is released.
Mixed third-quarter earnings results means the company still has work ahead for a true turnaround.
Elizabeth Warren may offer wrongheaded populist solutions, but she is hitting on the issues most critical to voters.
If you're among the 40% of taxpayers who use special software to prepare your income tax returns, expect new features that aim to make the process easier.
Financial services firms and entities spent more on the 2014 election cycle than any mid-terms prior. Here are the 15 that spent the most.
Proper tax planning now will help you reduce taxes on investment gains, as well as take advantage of tactics that might not be available in the future.
Investors, now is the time to start taking steps to lower the amount of cash you'll have to fork over to Uncle Sam in April.
CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime" trading panel says stocks may see a slight decline in January, but overall, should perform well in 2015.
Retailers lucked out in December, as warmer temperatures and confidence that deals would be plentiful throughout the entire season pushed shoppers into stores.
The Consumer Discretionary sector SPDR set an all-time intraday high Tuesday in anticipation of solid holiday consumer spending.
A strengthening U.S. economy likely made this holiday season a relatively merry one for retailers.
And stop chasing stocks that won't let you in.
Here's why low gas prices, along with strong car sales, should help.
CarMax has missed earnings estimates in three of the last four reports, but set an all-time high with overbought momentum.
Buying a home is about to become more expensive, as mortgage rates are expected to rise over the next year as the Fed weighs in.
American Realty Capital Properties (ARCP) shares closed trading down following a lawsuit by a former top executive.
Here are four crucial ways to change your retirement planning in 2015.
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