Jim Cramer has never seen stocks float up like this before without ever pulling back, and it is because at this moment there are now no sellers and only buyers.
It was another trading day and that meant someone on Fast Money recommended Apple yet again.
Central banks have guaranteed a bubble collapse is the only possible output of the system they've created.
Bloomberg's Jason Kelly discusses Greenlight Capital president David Einhorn's quarterly letter to investors. He speaks on Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
While ISIS has been defeated in Syria, the US military has no plans to leave the country. In fact, the Pentagon is building new, permanent military bases on Syrian soil.
Larry Kudlow reveals some amazing things in this CNBC clip from his WH contacts.
Stock market update with David Skarica on a fun stock market day, but bad Bitcoin day.
In this state of panic and mania some Bitcoin players are blaming the moon for their losses according to Bloomberg.
Holding real gold is the best way to have steady income, says Robert Kiyosaki, best-selling author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad."
Fifty-five House Democrats, including #Resistance stalwarts, have joined Republicans to give Trump's NSA broad warrantless surveillance powers.
The Ochelli Effect 1-16-2018 Michael Swanson and Pearse Redmond : From Supply side Diplomacy to Alarming economics …
Cramer sees any dip in Facebook as a day to buy in yelling segment.
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s own closest advisors begged him to avoid focusing on the Vietnam war.
The stock market is on a tear for 2018. If you're long already, it's a good, no scratch that, great thing.
The nation is fragmenting because the Status Quo is failing the majority of the citizenry.
Unfortunately the Amash Amendment to the FISA extension bill was defeated today and the extension itself passed with ease.
China said it may stop buying more US Treasuries while crypto represents a final speculative phase of the stock market like Internet stocks in 1999.
"...if the dollar’s future role diminishes, then there will be surplus dollars, which unless they are withdrawn from circulation entirely, will result in a lower dollar on the foreign exchanges."
Independent journalist Marcy Wheeler and Aaron Mate discuss.
With Steve Bannon on the outs with Trump and out at Breitbart, David Stockman -- director of the Office of Management and Budget under Ronald Reagan -- returns to discuss Bannonism, the Trump economy, and what's in store.
Retail Archaeology takes a look at a Sears in the final stages of its liquidation sale.
The many are finally calling out the abusers of power because there's no longer any need to pay the corrupting costs of centralization.
Steve Bannon fired from Breitbart in chaotic week for him.
Jim Rogers special presentation and speech.
Central banks are now trapped.
Shares of Seagate, the largest maker of computer drives, are surging after a little-followed blog contributor suggested the company may have a stake in Ripple.