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JPMorgan Is Seeing Profit-Taking Tuesday Following Its Q2 Earnings Numbers

JPMorgan Is Seeing Profit-Taking Tuesday Following Its Q2 Earnings Numbers

Let's check out the charts and indicators.

Charles Schwab Reportedly Negotiating Purchase of USAA Units

Charles Schwab Reportedly Negotiating Purchase of USAA Units

Charles Schwab is targeting USAA's wealth-management and brokerage units, the Wall Street Journal reports.

Goldman Sachs Slips Lower and Lower - Stand Aside

Goldman Sachs Slips Lower and Lower - Stand Aside

Let's check the charts of GS today.

What Is a Commission and How Does it Work?

What Is a Commission and How Does it Work?

A commission-based payment model can be a win-win for both employer and employee.

Asia's Biggest Stock Debut in 2019 Fizzles on Day One

Asia's Biggest Stock Debut in 2019 Fizzles on Day One

The IPO of China's oldest stock brokerage, Shenwan Hongyuan Group, met a tepid response, which isn't the greatest advertisement for new listings in Hong Kong.

After a Bounce Green Dot Could Fall Further

After a Bounce Green Dot Could Fall Further

Tech firm/bank Green Dot is definitely doing some interesting things, but its stock is more likely to fall than rise in the weeks ahead.

Ameriprise Financial Could Retrace Some of its Gains From December

Ameriprise Financial Could Retrace Some of its Gains From December

I wondered if AMP would look stronger or weaker than other financials so I turned to the charts today.

Morgan Stanley Paying $900 Million for Canada's Solium Capital

Morgan Stanley Paying $900 Million for Canada's Solium Capital

The acquisition of Solium Capital provides Morgan Stanley with broader access to corporate clients and a direct channel to employees, says Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman.

Goldman Sachs May Rally Now With the Bad News Behind It

Goldman Sachs May Rally Now With the Bad News Behind It

What's changed? Let me show you.

3 Things to Know at Market Close: SOTU, Goldman Sachs and Roger Stone

3 Things to Know at Market Close: SOTU, Goldman Sachs and Roger Stone

Here's what you're missing on TheStreet.