How a Penny Stock Fraud, Missed by Clearing Firms, Duped Investors

How a Penny Stock Fraud, Missed by Clearing Firms, Duped Investors

Susan Antilla reports on a penny-stock scam that took in more than one hundred investors, and calls into question whether clearing firms missed important red flags.

Here's What to Expect from the Marijuana and Cannabis Sector in 2016

Here's What to Expect from the Marijuana and Cannabis Sector in 2016

The marijuana and cannabis sector is heating up in 2016. Here are the stocks leading the way and what to look for from the group overall.

Hemp Won't Get You High, But Could Boost Your Portfolio Sooner Than You Think

Hemp Won't Get You High, But Could Boost Your Portfolio Sooner Than You Think

An in-depth look at the hemp industry and a couple publicly traded companies worth buying within the space.

How New York Stock Exchange Glitch Wounded an American Icon

How New York Stock Exchange Glitch Wounded an American Icon

The limited fallout from Wednesday's shutdown showed how the rise of electronic platforms has changed the way an American icon functions.

New York Stock Exchange Resumes Normal Trading After Technical Glitch

New York Stock Exchange Resumes Normal Trading After Technical Glitch

The New York Stock Exchange resumed trading shortly after 3 p.m. following a technical glitch that halted transactions for more than three hours.

Pot Penny Stocks That Have Crashed and Burned Since Highs of 2014

Pot Penny Stocks That Have Crashed and Burned Since Highs of 2014

After the marijuana penny stock craze of 2014, several names have since crashed and burned.

Flexible Solutions International Could Be a Good Buy If Droughts Persist

Flexible Solutions International Could Be a Good Buy If Droughts Persist

With many parts of the world battling drought, this penny stock might be one to take a closer look at.

Fannie, Freddie Bulls Finding New Reasons to Get Behind the Stock

Fannie, Freddie Bulls Finding New Reasons to Get Behind the Stock

Mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are like the Guantanamo prison: Obama has wanted to shut them down for years, but can't figure out a way to do it.

American Apparel Now Risks Credit Default by Firing CEO Charney

American Apparel Now Risks Credit Default by Firing CEO Charney

American Apparel ousted its controversial founder and CEO Dov Charney on Wednesday, but may have triggered a credit default in the process.

RadioShack's Earnings Likely to Provide More Reasons for Worry

RadioShack's Earnings Likely to Provide More Reasons for Worry

Investors still holding these shares from the $20-plus highs of four years ago should let go now and move on with their lives. Those days are gone. Bankruptcy now seems the inevitable outcome.