Andrew Keene of Keene on the Market review markets action as the S&P 500 has round-tripped to its January 15 all-time closing high.
Deborah Forte, president of Scholastic Media discusses Scholastic's new exclusive agreement with Netflix to stream Clifford the Big Red Dog.
Jill Malandrino lines up your trading calendar for The Week Ahead. The focus will remain on emerging markets, particularly the sensitive situation in Ukraine.
From Daytona International Speedway, Cole Whitt discusses safety, the challenges of being a newcomer in the field and how he physically and mentally prepares for the race.
Alan Knuckman of Trading Advantage thinks it is more than just the abnormal arctic weather most of the U.S. has dealt with for most of 2014 causing natural gas to hit $6.
Because developed market interest rates during the period of quantitative easing have been so low, it has made sense for these emerging market corporates to borrow.
Nadex is making binary options available to retail investors looking for a way to hedge.
Traditionally agricultural stocks are a volatile group to trade because of their tie to the underlying commodities and the social and political nature of the markets they serve. 2013 was another rocky year, but the ags have seemed to stabilize a bit here. Jill Malandrino and Bob Lang of Explosive Options review some stocks and options trades in the potash- and phosphate-related sub sector, Mosaic is their top pick. A few major overhangs have been removed from the story to help the stock find some support, but the company is also using its cash to focus on growth and unlocking share holder value. Lang believes Mosaic could see the $55 level.
NASDAQ technology is increasingly present in emerging markets and is now expanding that commitment with a new partnership. The NASDAQ OMX Educational Foundation has announced a three-year grant for Central European University that will annually fund three MBA or Master's of Finance students who hail from countries with emerging economies. Sandy Frucher, Vice Chairman of NASDAQ, and Mel Horowich, the Head of the Business School at Central European University, join Jill Malandrino for an overview of this unique, intensive program.
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