Gold prices rise slightly Wednesday as traders feel the market was a little oversold from earlier in the week.
If you have the money, lock in a mortgage rate for a new home purchase. Digital Risk's Jeff Taylor tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux how the taper will affect new home sales in 2014.
Detroit municipal bonds make up a fraction of the overall muni market, and Nuveen Investments' John Miller tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux market participants haven't realized the potential in munis.
Gold continues its slide from yesterday's session as traders fear recent economic data will force the Fed to curb its economic stimulus program.
The forecast for copper in 2014 isn't rosy, but you may find some value in the first half of the year, commodities trader Eric Zuccarelli tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux.
Becker Capital Management's Pat Becker Jr. says there's shareholder value in Plum Creek timber and Howard Hughesand there is also room for the S&P 500 to gain in December.
Gold prices tumble as a strong manufacturing survey for November triggers fears the Federal Reserve will scale back its economic stimulus program soon.
Futures are little changed after a strong Thursday session. Gap, Ross Stores, The Fresh Market and Splunk all report earnings on Friday morning.
Gold prices close little changed as traders take a breather from two days of losses.
With Bitcoin soaring and gold floundering, is now a legitimate opportunity to give Bitcoin a try? Capital Gold Group's Jon Najarian explains to TheStreet's Joe Deaux.