By Christine Romans, CNN correspondent and host of "Your Bottom Line" Easy. When you've either made some money on it, or you don't want to lose any more. The concept is simple: Let your winnings run, and cut your losses early. It's …
Ever heard of bone broth? At least as a term, bone broth is relatively new, popularized — even hipsterized — by the rise of the Paleo diet, which focuses on the consumption of meat, fish, vegetables and fruit, or the kinds of foods that may …
The shooter who recently terrorized the Las Vegas strip, leaving 59 dead and hundreds injured, used gun modifications called “bump stocks” to make his rifles even deadlier. But what are they exactly? Word travels fast when a news event …
When a Las Vegas SWAT team breached Stephen Paddock's hideout on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Resort …
The Kochi-based market veteran believes that the key lies in stock-picking and identifying them before turnaround starts to take place. Equity benchmarks have witnessed a good Samvat 2073, with benchmark indices — Nifty and sensex — …
History may not repeat itself in the market, but it gives you data points and insights to understand how the market can behave in the future. (Chart Analysis by Kunal Bothra, ETNow) At the outset, a qualifier: I am not a chartist or technical …
Did you hear that the Dow Jones Industrial Average (the Dow) recently crossed the 22,000 mark, and hit an all-time high of 22,118.86 on Sept. 12? What the headlines don’t tell you is this is an effectively meaningless benchmark for today’s
Nearly 20 years ago, an 11-second car was fast. It’s still fast now, but back in the early 2000s, if you had a 11-second car, your shit was fast. Now it’s 2018 and a stock Mustang GT that you could walk off the lot with today can lay down an 11 …
If you want to know how to make stock, ask a chef. Just don't ask two chefs. The more experts you query, the more conflicting advice you you'll get for making this fundamental ingredient of French cooking. But with the season for soups …
In its quarterly earnings statement today, Google announced it would for the first time in its history be splitting its stock. “Today, we announce plans to create a new class of non-voting stock,” Google CEO Larry Page (pictured) said …