An AI-powered ETF is having a spectacular year so far, and last year too. Here are the stocks that the machine is betting on right now and what that may mean. See full story.
As day traders make wild options bets in search of ‘lottery-like payoffs’ in the stock market, some fear history is repeating itself
Individual investors are back in love with the stock market, but a newfound passion for treating call options like lottery tickets is making veteran traders nervous. See full story.
When the bull market breaks, it’s ‘likely to break hard,’ warns longtime bear who suggests investors are putting too much faith in the vaccine
David Tice, the former manager of the Prudent Bear Fund, explained to CNBC why he believes the market will eventually take a 30% hit that will last two years. See full story.
McConnell agrees to Senate power-sharing agreement
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said that he is ready to move ahead with a Senate power-sharing agreement after two Democratic senators said they won’t support ending the legislative filibuster, a central sticking point for the GOP in the talks. See full story.
Get ready for Apple’s first $100 billion quarter in history
Even a pandemic can’t stop Apple Inc. from hitting new records. The smartphone giant is likely to post its first-ever quarter with revenue above $100 billion Wednesday. See full story.
Salaries are a big part of high college costs — yet most faculty members at four-year colleges are instructors, lecturers and adjuncts who get paid by the class. See full story.