Monthly Archives: February 2016
British Hedge Funds Finally Getting Revenge On EU
Like all Britons, the U.K.‘s hedge fund managers are taking sides on whether they’d like to remain in the EU. Manny Roman, David Harding and John Armitage think Britain probably should. Michael Hintze, Crispin Odey and Martin Hughes are red-hot for a …
As stock market heads into March, this may be the best chance yet for an S&P 500 rally. Jeffrey Saut at Raymond James believes the stock market bottomed in February.
Carl Icahn was losing big on the large stake of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp. he already owned, before offering to buy the rest of the shares outstanding for a hefty premium.
The junk bond market has been posting negative returns since September as investors shun risk.
37% of Americans have credit card debt that equals or exceeds their emergency savings.
ETFs are a cost-effective way to protect your money, writes Jeff Reeves.
Nonbank mortgage lenders are making up a greater share of the market but don’t have the same resources banks do, leading to worries about liquidity.
As if the oil price slump was not tough enough, a very visible lack of trust between the world’s leading oil producers is exasperating an already bad situation. In fact, trust among OPEC members itself is at such a low point, that behemoth Saudi … Continue reading
The legendary investor focuses on the fact that living standards have always improved in U.S. history, writes Cullen Roche.
Gold prices ended the U.S. day session moderately higher Monday, on some mild safe-haven demand and chart-based buying. Continue reading