Jon Nadler, senior analyst at Kitco.com, explains why central banks won't sell their gold reserves despite massive budgetary needs.
Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately. (Stocks include OPK, GNE, APC)
U.S. stocks are losing ground Thursday as the markets digest more indications of a slowing China and Europe.
The stock is in a tug of war between sellers seeking an end to the rally and institutional demand from income funds.
Philip van Doorn
Morgan Stanley on Thursday upgraded its rating for First Republic Bank, while downgrading two other mid-cap regional banks.
But the recovery 'will not begin in earnest until 2014,' according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch report.
Wedding registries teem with coffee makers and carafes. Cleaning supplies might come in handy as well.
The 'muppet' search intensifies and Bernanke continues his lectures.
The U.S. is the 'new Middle East,' according to Citigroup, and that means investors need to play a wide range of oil and gas stocks.
Online travel company priceline.com is up 50% since the year started. Some believe the stock could hit $1,000 per share.