Tim Keating, CEO of Keating Capital says more IPOs have been priced year-to-date, the total proceeds raised is better and IPOs are beating the S&P 500.
Investors who shorted stocks yesterday expecting the Ukraine crisis would last longer now find themselves on the wrong side of the trade.
The rumor of an impending deal between Reynolds Tobacco and Lorillard tobacco caused both stocks to get fired up on Tuesday.
Gold, crude and wheat move higher while stocks fall as Ukraine tensions are heightened. Russia has now given Ukraine an ultimatum: surrender by the end of the day.
Apple announces its integrated car system for iPhones on Monday. CarPlay will be available in Mercedes, Ferrari and Volvo vehicles this week.
Congress has introduced 11 different pieces of marijuana legislation, but that doesn't mean anything will happen.
Silicon valley millionaires are stepping up to become the newest supporters of NORML, the National Organization for the Repeal of Marijuana Laws.
Stocks continue to push higher, but Mark Newton Chief Technician at Greywolf cautions that not all stocks are moving up, pointing to defensive sectors like materials and healthcare.
Denver-based sandwich shop Quiznos is running out of time to reach an agreement on its debt and could file for bankruptcy as soon as Friday.
Traders are moving in and out of the market more quickly than last year, causing stocks to be stuck in a range.