Dow, S&P, Nasdaq Are Puffing Up the Bubble

Dow, S&P, Nasdaq Are Puffing Up the Bubble

The market bubble is inflating but you don't know how high the major averages can go before the big bang.

Wary Investors Flock to Ultra-Short ETFs

Wary Investors Flock to Ultra-Short ETFs

By taking extra risk, the funds yield a bit more than money markets.

Managers of Money Fund That 'Broke Buck' Back Deal

Managers of Money Fund That 'Broke Buck' Back Deal

The managers of a money market fund whose failing assets raised fears about similar funds in the 2008 financial crisis have agreed to settle a lawsuit for $10 million.

Revolving Wall Street Door Tested in Schapiro's Money Market Reform

Revolving Wall Street Door Tested in Schapiro's Money Market Reform

Former SEC chair Mary Schapiro may play a continued role in reforming the money market industry.

One Size Doesn't Fit All

One Size Doesn't Fit All

When it comes to alternative investment products one size doesn't fit all, says Bob Rice, Author of "The Alternative Answer."

Equity Investing Is Alive and Well

Equity Investing Is Alive and Well

We believe equity investing is alive and well, depending on where you look.

Money Market Mess Ends In GE Board Seat For SEC's Schapiro

Money Market Mess Ends In GE Board Seat For SEC's Schapiro

Mary Schapiro's quest to reform money markets ends ironically with a seat on GE's board of directors.

Smarter Money To Boost BlackRock Amid S&P 500 Surge

Smarter Money To Boost BlackRock Amid S&P 500 Surge

BlackRock may continue to profit new money entering the stock market, as investor confidence continues to grow.

Why Bank Money Markets Beat Funds for the Average Saver

Why Bank Money Markets Beat Funds for the Average Saver

Cash is pouring into money market funds run by brokerages and mutual fund companies, but yours shouldn't.