Reason TV had an excellent interview with Jim Grant, editor of Grant's Interest Rate Observer on the recent stock market turmoil. Grant says The Fed Turned the Stock Market Into a 'Hall of Mirrors'.
Markets around the world traded higher last night as investors celebrated the thrilling rally into the close of the US markets.
One of the things that we ought to have learned from the 2008 financial meltdown was that a growing diversion between financial markets and the economy cannot be sustained over long periods of time. And when I say long periods of time, I'm talking about periods of 10 years or more, not a two-minute Superbowl commercial.
Believe it or not, August is shaping up to be the second best month for dividends in 2015.
Over the years, Ive met quite a few friends and relatives who need regular income but are afraid of the stock market, especially when it plunges from time to time (like it did on Monday, Aug. 24). They prefer to invest in income-producing real estate.
Discount clothing and home goods retailer TJX Companies (TJX) reported strong results last week, convincingly beating analyst estimates and guiding up both earnings and sales for the full year.
Here's a historical fact that Donald Trump, and many voters attracted to him, may not know: The last American president who was a trade protectionist was Republican Herbert Hoover.
Dear Dave, Why do you say that personal finance is 80 percent behavior? I thought money was more about math and keeping track of things.
Was the Surprise Devaluation and Currency War by China two weeks ago an economic tipping point?
As the market engages in its first correction since 2011, some market watchers are saying that at least the US economy is healthy.