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Trader and financial columnist Daniel Dicker continues his recollection of being in Lower Manhattan on 9/11.
Trader and financial columnist Daniel Dicker recounts being in the shadow of the Twin Towers on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001.
Neither candidate has made natural gas a cornerstone of a new and necessary energy policy.
Those strong stock returns enjoyed by investors for the past two years may have just about run out.
Machine-driven trading is eroding Americans' confidence in stock and commodities markets. Here's how to change that.
Be wary of investing in new media prospects, and don't count out the staying power of "old" media.
Democrats are busy accepting the unacceptable; investors and markets will pay the price.
Every investor today is paying the few "black box" firms.
This is where the money will be made over the next several years.
For us here in the U.S., the likely dissent in the upcoming OPEC meetings will be a good thing.