Just because the U.S. presidential election, Italy referendum and OPEC deal are behind us, doesn't mean there aren't things to fret over as 2016 comes to an end.
U.S. stocks inched higher on Tuesday, buoyed by a rally in Apple shares.
Apple Watch sales set a record during the first week of the holiday shopping season, according to Reuters.
The ECB will expand its life support to the eurozone, following its policy meeting Thursday, even as the Fed prepares to move the other way, according to one expert.
Investors seeking to better their decision-making might be wise to consult the teachings of Israeli psychologists Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman.
The Blue Chips are up 5% since the election but new highs may be harder to conquer.
Roughly 55% of U.S. workers leave vacation days on the table, putting an estimated $61.4 billion worth of benefits back into employers' pockets.
Stocks close with gains with the Dow Jones Industrial Average closing at a record high on Monday as the financial and energy sectors lead.
Japan appears to be close to legalizing gambling following a positive legislative committee vote on Friday.