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Income Investing in 2018 Is About Spending Habits: Cramer's Investing Teach-in

Income Investing in 2018 Is About Spending Habits: Cramer's Investing Teach-in

Here's what you can 100% control right now in your retirement portfolio.

Bank of America Profit Jumps 32% on Tax Cuts, Higher Interest Rates

Bank of America Profit Jumps 32% on Tax Cuts, Higher Interest Rates

Bank of America, like rival big banks JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo, benefits in the third quarter from President Donald Trump's tax cuts.

JPMorgan's Dimon Is Surprised Anyone's Surprised by Higher Interest Rates

JPMorgan's Dimon Is Surprised Anyone's Surprised by Higher Interest Rates

Jamie Dimon warned shareholders in April

JPMorgan's Dimon Finds Higher Interest Rates Aren't Profit Panacea

JPMorgan's Dimon Finds Higher Interest Rates Aren't Profit Panacea

JPMorgan Chase was supposed to benefit from higher interest rates. But CEO Jamie Dimon, like peers, is now contending with increased competition for deposits, potential losses on corporate bond portfolios and choppy trading markets that have sapped revenue.

How to Play the Market During the Selloff

How to Play the Market During the Selloff

The market selloff continues. Here's what TheStreet has to say to investors.

Striking Options: Volatility, Crude Oil, & Equities

Striking Options: Volatility, Crude Oil, & Equities

Is a surge in U.S. treasury yields testing investor appetite?

What Was Black Monday and What Has Changed Since Then?

What Was Black Monday and What Has Changed Since Then?

Black Monday of 1987 was both a shock to the system and a lesson learned for Wall Street - and for American investors

Striking Options: Jobs, Rates, and Equities

Striking Options: Jobs, Rates, and Equities

Are U.S. stocks flirting with volatility?

Fed Chief Pats Self on Back as He Looks to Extend 'Hot Economy'

Fed Chief Pats Self on Back as He Looks to Extend 'Hot Economy'

The economy is running hot, without stoking runaway inflation, and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is claiming some of the credit -- thanks to new-and-improved methods used by central bankers to set U.S. interest rates.

What Is the Federal Reserve, Who Owns It and What Is Its Purpose?

What Is the Federal Reserve, Who Owns It and What Is Its Purpose?

The Federal Reserve has been on the job since 1913, and plays a huge role in managing the U.S. economy - whether some critics like it or not.