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Whitney Tilson: Sanity Is Returning to Some 'Really Stupid' Parts of the Market

Whitney Tilson: Sanity Is Returning to Some 'Really Stupid' Parts of the Market

Short-sellers have had a rough go of it during the ten-year bull market. But, things may be about to change.

This Stock Market Doesn't Look Like the Internet Bubble, Whitney Tilson Says

This Stock Market Doesn't Look Like the Internet Bubble, Whitney Tilson Says

'I don't see anything imminent and obvious that's going to cause a big bloodbath out there,' Whitney Tilson tells TheStreet.

Bullish Investors Getting Harder to Come By as Sentiment Sours

Bullish Investors Getting Harder to Come By as Sentiment Sours

The share of financial advisors who are bullish has fallen below 50% for the sixth straight week.

Doug Kass: Top Bearish ETF Plays

Doug Kass: Top Bearish ETF Plays

Here are three possible moves to play to the downside, including my "go to" ETF.

Here's Why It May Be Time to 'Short' Vladimir Putin

Here's Why It May Be Time to 'Short' Vladimir Putin

The Russian president's interference in Western affairs will likely come back to haunt his country's already hobbled economy. Get into position with this ETF.

As Trump Euphoria Dies, Bet on This Bearish ETF

As Trump Euphoria Dies, Bet on This Bearish ETF

Wall Street is looking askance at its erstwhile hero Donald Trump, as the White House sinks into disarray. With stocks on the downswing, now's the time for this bearish bet.

Here's Why Wall Street Will Root for the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI

Here's Why Wall Street Will Root for the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI

History shows the stock market does better when an NFC team, such as the Falcons, wins the Super Bowl.

The Trump Bounce Gives Way to a Bear Trap

The Trump Bounce Gives Way to a Bear Trap

Donald Trump's election shocked the world and ignited stocks. Brace yourself for more surprises, as key market indicators turn negative.

Here's Why Warren Buffett Is Still Thinking of Buying More Wells Fargo Shares

Here's Why Warren Buffett Is Still Thinking of Buying More Wells Fargo Shares

Wells Fargo's stock slide has cost Buffett $2 billion, but the Oracle of Omaha has a history of investing in large banks when they are in a swoon.

Just Because the Stock Market Rallies to New Highs Doesn't Mean They are Due for a Selloff

Just Because the Stock Market Rallies to New Highs Doesn't Mean They are Due for a Selloff

The stock market continues to climb to new highs and that's a bullish sign, according to money manager Barry Ritholtz.