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Larger companies including IBM, Microsoft, Intel and ServiceNow are showing that demand is still strong even as tech stock prices sink.
An estate plan with certain types of trusts are a good place to start
The S&P 500 chart is extremely bearish right now.
Long-term care itself is a consideration most people will face. Whether you need insurance is another matter.
Higher rates aren’t necessarily a death knell for stocks, writes Jacques Cesar of Oliver Wyman.
Many unvaccinated Americans don't trust public-health officials. It's time for a mobilization of everyday Americans, write Ann Searight Christiano and Jack J. Barry.
The ‘Great Resignation’ might not be such a problem if more companies cared less about the minimum wage and started paying a living wage
Business and government must improve workers' financial security or U.S. economic growth will be at risk.
Warren Buffett is teaching meme-stock players, crypto traders and other naysayers some hard lessons about why market fundamentals still apply
For the 'Sage of Omaha' and other traditional value investors, it isn't different this time --- or ever.
If workers and businesses think the Fed has lost control of inflation, then they'll start acting as if higher prices are set in stone.
What the 200-day moving average tells us -- and what it doesn't
A 60/40 portfolio will bring massive losses, so it's time to invest in something other than bonds to provide some safety and income, writes Nouriel Roubini.
Thankfully, the Fed has decided to stop digging, but it has a lot of work to do before it gets us out of hole we’re in
Inflation won't just go quietly back into the bottle now that the Fed has let it out
Big Tech's massive growth during the COVID-19 pandemic reached its peak and its limit in 2021, and investors are now searching for safety as the outlook for the new year is looking glummer with every new earnings report.
The cost of grandfathering the benefits of existing retirees now costs more for future retirees than doing nothing and eventually cutting all benefits.
Voters are more concerned about the economy than they are about cultural fissures.
Key decisions that airlines made in 2020 are now shaping a difficult recovery path in 2022, writes Laurie Garrow.
Microsoft Corp.'s roller-coaster ride on Tuesday is a good example of what tech investors are likely to experience during this volatile earnings season.
Whenever the Dow and the S&P 500 fall below this key support level, stocks typically come roaring back
The U.S. market breached its 200-day moving average last week and, true to form, reversed course and staged a snapback rally.
That's a cute long-short strategy you got there, but where are you on NFTs?
It takes 4 1/2 years to build a six-month emergency fund at a 10% savings rate -- if you haven't had an emergency in the meantime. Now think about retirement.