Warren Buffett talks about passive investing and Berkshire's huge cash stash at 2019 Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting.
Shares of Spotify will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange today under the ticker, SPOT. But don't call it an IPO—at least not a traditional one.
Bitcoin futures could mean big things for bitcoin. How do you trade it? How much will it cost? And what does it mean for the future of the cryptocurrency?
The fact is, the cryptocurrency is straining under the weight of a sluggish, outdated infrastructure — just as it's about to go mainstream.
Since 2007, Buffett has sold 8 of Berkshire’s top 20 holdings, along with many more names in the interim. Here are some notable stock sales made by the world’s most famous long-term investor.
Snapchat’s parent company, Snap Inc., settled an intellectual property lawsuit for $157.5 million in 2014, which was revealed in documents filed with a government agency Thursday. The social media company paid the individual $50 million in 2014, and paid the remaining $107.5 million in 2016. Snap filed to go public today with the Securities and Exchange Commission, making public the company’s draft prospectus, including financials and legal disclosures.
In the case of the former, I would argue that monetary policy takes top billing. As a result of my focus on this theme, I was naturally struck by this week’s dramatic move higher in interest rates. As dramatic as it was, it also has acted to inform investors that the odds of the Federal Reserve finally moving on a follow through rate hike after twelve months is being baked in by traders.
“President Trump” has transformed the markets—literally overnight—and investment themes that will likely dominate for several months are already apparent. Here are the expected winners and losers.
This is reminiscent of the Flash Crash and S&P US debt downgrade.This is reminiscent of the Flash Crash and S&P US debt downgrade. Trade cautiously.
8 years of ultra-low interest rates and an avalanche of new financial regulations have driven bank profits off a cliff.
Hedge fund mogul Steven Cohen is cutting out the middleman to recruit top talent for his firm, Point72 Asset Management.
The ultra-rich are investing in private equity like never before, and they are reducing their exposure to real estate and public stocks.