The recalls currently upending automakers are not affecting car-seat technology provider Gentherm, says the company's CEO Dan Coker.
The underpinnings of the equity market are solid and valuations remain reasonable, so there is no reason to believe Thursday's selloff is the start of a more severe downdraft.
Amassing a billion dollars in the market may be close to impossible, but investors can beat the S&P by tracking the portfolios of billionaire investors, says Raul Moreno, CEO of iBillionaire.
Overall investor satisfaction with full service investment firms continues to rise, yet younger investors are less happy with their financial advisers than older investors.
The tepid response of Treasuries to recent Fed statements compared to the serious jump in rates after Ben Bernanke's speech last May suggests rates do not need to rise materially from here.
High yield bonds are expensive and not the best place to find yield despite the low default rate and supposedly strengthening economy, says DoubleLine's Bonnie Baha.
David Karandish, CEO of Answers, says the falling cost of storage and the increasing desire of companies to automate their processes means this trend has a lot of runway left.
Author Russell Gold says the land grab is close to over because the shale deposits have been discovered, yet the fracking revolution is still young and could go on for decades.
Avis Budget Group's stock will continue to outperform Hertz shares if it leverages its Zipcar business, says Brian Peery, portfolio manager for the Hennessy Cornerstone Mid-Cap 30 Fund.
The market is not rigged despite what Michael Lewis asserts in his new book 'Flash Boys,' says Dan Greenshields, President of Capital One ShareBuilder.