Top Senate Democrats are calling on the House Office of Congressional Ethics and the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate Georgia Rep. Tom Price's trading activity on health-related stocks while serving in …
With $5 billion less in debt and a new stock set to begin trading, Peabody Energy emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy Monday, 10 days shy of one year after starting the reorganization process. The shares will be listed under the ticker …
A study undertaken by researchers at the School of Business and Economics at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) has shown that computer programs that algorithms based on artificial intelligence are able to make …
Today we debut Game Trader, a new show designed to educate viewers about investing in the games industry. It is a pleasure to introduce you to my new video show, Game Trader. The show will focus on educating our viewers on the …
Morgan Stanley (MS) said first-quarter profit surged 38% as price swings returned to global markets following an unusually calm 2017, reviving client activity and …
Tim Grittani (left) began day trading penny stocks with $1,500 three years ago. By following the lessons of penny stock guru Tim Sykes (right), Grittani has raked in over $1 million in profits. About three years ago, Tim Grittani decided to …
There are now at least 58 stock exchanges in the United States, many of them dark pools where the trades can be made anonymously. With institutional investors claiming they are outgunned by high-frequency traders, and individual …
Why pay E*Trade $8 to buy or sell a stock when you can trade for free on Robinhood? After two years of development, $16 million in funding, and 500,000 waitlist signups, Robinhood finally hits the iOS App Store today. Robinhood lets you …
Earnings were $1.45 a share in the quarter, topping estimates of $1.25. Stock-trading revenue increased by 27% from a year earlier to $2.56 billion, while revenue from fixed-income trading rose 9% to $1.87 billion. Morgan Stanley shares …
Trading finally resumed at 3:10pm ET. It's been a rough day for stocks. The Dow shed 261 points (about 1.5%), mostly because of China's stock market plunge and ongoing fears about Greece, although the NYSE "glitch" didn't help …