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Alexion Pharma and Carnival Among Stocks Billionaire Ray Dalio Added in Q4

Alexion Pharma and Carnival Among Stocks Billionaire Ray Dalio Added in Q4

One of the world's largest hedge fund added these 'strong buy' stocks last quarter.

Jim Cramer's High Expectations for Intel's Earnings Report

Jim Cramer's High Expectations for Intel's Earnings Report

Jim Cramer weighs in on Davos, earnings season, Johnson & Johnson and Elliott's stake in eBay.

Is the End of Sears Upon Us? A Bankruptcy Attorney Breaks It Down

Is the End of Sears Upon Us? A Bankruptcy Attorney Breaks It Down

Here's a breakdown of what investors should be watching as the auction for Sears approaches.

Why Sears Isn't a Black Eye for the Retail Sector

Why Sears Isn't a Black Eye for the Retail Sector

A trader on the floor of the NYSE breaks down the retail sector post-Sears.

Activist Investor Starboard Value Wants Major Changes at Dollar Tree

Activist Investor Starboard Value Wants Major Changes at Dollar Tree

Starboard wants Dollar Tree to explore a sale of Family Dollar and wants the dollar-store chain to sell items for more than $1.

More Tech and Finance Executives Back Away from Saudi Ties

More Tech and Finance Executives Back Away from Saudi Ties

Saudi money, including its Public Investment Fund, is a force in Silicon Valley and beyond. But the alleged murder of a prominent Saudi journalist is putting some leaders in an uncomfortable spot, as more top executives back away from a planned conference in Saudi Arabia.

What Is Leverage in Finance and What Is the Formula?

What Is Leverage in Finance and What Is the Formula?

Financial leverage brings great risk, but also brings great reward for companies.

What Is Shorting a Stock? Definition, Risks and Examples

What Is Shorting a Stock? Definition, Risks and Examples

Short-selling a stock is how some investors try to take advantage of a declining company stock price. But it's risky, to say the least. Here's what you need to know.

Jim Cramer: There is Too Much Life Support to Declare the Bull Market Dead

Jim Cramer: There is Too Much Life Support to Declare the Bull Market Dead

Ever-increasing demand from index funds makes it hard to imagine a truly bear market.

Wednesday Wrap-Up: You Gotta Invest

Wednesday Wrap-Up: You Gotta Invest

Here are the top stories from TheStreet on Wednesday.