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Recent Articles from TheStreet

The Bears Are Starting to Attack the Stock Market, and It's Not Surprising

Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/21: Microsoft, Tesla, Apple

Jim Cramer looks ahead to next week's earnings and sees more red as investors feel the impact of 'worthless IPOs and SPACs.'

Lawrence Summers has cautioned that pumping so much extra money into the US economy

Contradicting Yellen, Summers Says Inflation Won't Sink to 2% in 2022

Former Treasury Secretary is best known for saying there are fewer female mathematicians because of biological differences between the sexes.

Nayib Bukele Lead

El Salvador Buys The Dip, Acquires 410 Bitcoin

"El Salvador just bought 410 #bitcoin for only 15 million dollars," the country's president wrote on Twitter.

Bitcoin Lead

Crypto Crash Panic Misses Bitcoin's Billionaire Michael Saylor

Despite millions of dollars in losses, this bitcoin evangelist has no intention of selling.

Tyson Foods Shares Dive Because 73,500 Birds Got the Dreaded Bird Flu

Tyson, Target Make BMO List of Dividend Growth Stocks

BMO suggests dividend growth stocks to deal with market volatility. Morgan Stanley, Intel and Discover also are on the list.

James Gorman Lead

Morgan Stanley CEO To Get Pay Increase Of A Few Million Dollars

James Gorman received a pay raise of 6%, which puts his annual compensation for 2021 at $35 million.

Cathie Wood ARK Investment Management Lead

Fund Shorting Ark Innovation Gains $234 Million of Assets

The Tuttle Capital Short Innovation ETF shorts Ark Innovation using swap contracts and has jumped 56% since its Nov. 9 debut.

Tesla Lead

Tesla, GM, Ford Are Betting Big on EVs. But Is America Ready ?

85 new EVs are set to hit the market, whether people want them or not.

Ethereum Bitcoin crash Lead

Cryptocurrency Crash Roils Social Media

Comments on Twitter and Reddit heat up as cryptocurrency prices continue to tumble.

Selfie Obsession Is Sending These Stocks to the Moon

You May Need to Send a Selfie With Your Tax Return, IRS Says

To access your tax documents online, you will soon need to submit a video selfie.