Google and its co-founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, settled a shareholder lawsuit earlier this summer that most likely clears the way for Google to issue new nonvoting Class C shares. The settlement perpetuates the co-founders’ control, …
The stock market has been crazier than Miley Ray Cyrus' outfits at the MTV Video Awards. A 1,000-point Nestea plunge in the Dow Jones Industrial Average last Monday morning followed by a more than 600-point rally a few days later. The …
Ahhh, election season. The suspense, the name-calling, the scandal! This season has not delivered a single dull moment. One question in particular is which candidate will be best for our economy and our portfolios? Will DNC leaked emails, …
Investing in the stock market is often viewed as one of the best ways to grow wealth and reach long-term financial goals. Unfortunately no handbook is given out when you start to invest, which leads to mistakes, discouragement and a …
It has been an ugly couple weeks in the stock market. Share prices have swung wildly, to levels down about 8 percent at midweek from the summer's all-time highs. Anyone who owns stocks is on high alert. No one can forget the dizzying …
I’m not going to tell you when that is. But 20 percent corrections have always been the norm in the stock market. That means the Dow index would fall 4,000 points. What do you think today’s investors’ reactions would be to that kind of …
Where better to look for clues to the next stock market crash than to some of Wall Street's most powerful and greedy players — hedge fund managers. Generally distrusted and disliked by retail investors, hedge fund managers can serve …
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Wall Street has been so busy with one all-time high after another, many have already long-forgotten that it’s been over one-year since the stock market corrected by 10% or more. But as the great poets say, “we don’t remember the days, we …
Q: Now that General Motors has filed bankruptcy and has emerged from bankruptcy proceedings as the "new" GM, is the "old" GM common stock worthless? If so, can I take a capital gains loss for this for 2009 tax year? A: The old GM isn't …