Sat, May 30, 2015

Larry Kudlow | May 30, 2015

Supply-side, across-the-board tax cuts are the best way there.

Peter Morici | May 30, 2015

The strong dollar continues to drag down U.S. growth, complicating the Federal Reserves plans to raise interest rates and casting serious doubts on President Obamas proposed free trade agreement with Asian nations.

Fri, May 29, 2015

Nicholas Vardy | May 29, 2015

It has been a tough time to be an income investor over the past half-decade.

Bryan Perry | May 29, 2015

One could argue that current markets both in the United States and abroad are trading as if volatility wont rear up again at some point. The CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) is trading down near its historic low, currently at a reading of 12.00.

Chris Versace | May 29, 2015

Whenever I give a presentation or conduct a talk, I am invariably asked about my view on initial public offerings (IPOs). Whether or not you invest in them, the accompanying S-1 filing offers a wealth of information on the company, its industry, who its suppliers are and how the newly public company looks to compete.

Wed, May 27, 2015

Bob Goldman | May 27, 2015

Peter Morici | May 27, 2015

Activist investors and institutional shareholders are increasingly forcing publicly held companies to return more cash to shareholdersthats good for the economy.

Dave Ramsey | May 27, 2015

Dear Dave, I recently applied for life insurance for the first time with a child rider. The insurance company denied my request for the rider portion because my son has hemophilia. Do you have any suggestions or advice?

Mike Shedlock | May 27, 2015

Last month, new home sales fell a very steep 11.4 percent to a 481,000 annual rate. Given the volatile nature of this series one might have expected a bounce in May and sure enough we got one, albeit not enough to wipe out April's dismal performance.

Doug Fabian | May 27, 2015

A traditional bond investment could involve purchasing government bonds and mortgage-backed securities with maturity adjusted for the desired level of return. An exchange-traded fund (ETF) could use the same strategy.

Peter Schiff | May 27, 2015

ust as the steady torrent of awful economic data, which began in the First Quarter and continued well into April and May, had forced many market analysts to grudgingly concede that 2015 would not see the robust economic growth that most had expected, the statisticians arrived on the scene like a cavalry charge and routed the forces of pessimism with a wave of their spreadsheets.

Peter Morici | May 27, 2015

The Federal Reserve is on track to raise interest rates later this year. Chairwoman Yellen has good reasons to push ahead, but she may not get very far in her quest to normalize rates.

Mark Skousen | May 27, 2015

The Los Angeles City Council demonstrated its ignorance of Economics 101 when the panel voted last week 12-1 to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020 for millions of workers in the countrys second-largest city.

Bill Tatro | May 27, 2015

In hockey, the big three is called the hat trick. In basketball, a triple double. In the world of finance they just say Federal Reserve, IMF and the World Bank. When you have those on your resume' you are certain to receive attention when you speak.

Tue, May 26, 2015

Charles Payne | May 26, 2015

If the market feels lackluster, thats because it has been. In fact, we enter today's session with the third-longest streak of gains and losses less than 0.20%. With the summer doldrums already here, what does that mean for the stock market?

Larry Kudlow | May 26, 2015

Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen told us recently that the target for the federal funds rate will be raised slightly later this year.

Mon, May 25, 2015

Harvey Mackay | May 25, 2015