Posts From Mark Cooper

Boeing is one of the hottest stocks on Wall Street. Shares soared nearly 90% in 2017. For an encore, Boeing (BA) surged another 16% in just the first three weeks of 2018. Investors are optimistic about new aircraft orders from

John Flannery, the man hired to fix General Electric, inherited a $ 31 billion ticking time bomb when he replaced longtime CEO Jeff Immelt last year. Like other companies, GE (GE) has accumulated a significantly underfunded pension. But like most

When stocks rocket to new records daily, it’s incredibly tempting to dismiss “CAPE Fear.” And the pros on Wall Street are unleashing every new age theory than can conjure to undermine its validity. The naysayers are wrong. Here’s why the

Short-term pain. Long-term gain. Big banks are taking huge hits to their profits because of the corporate tax cut. Citigroup posted a whopping $ 18.3 billion quarterly loss on Tuesday, after it took a one-time charge of $ 22 billion

(Reuters) – Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) said on Tuesday that software patches released to guard against microchip security threats slowed down some personal computers and servers, with systems running on older Intel Corp (INTC.O) processors seeing a noticeable decrease in performance.

At a time when the stock market seems to set new records every day, Wall Street is sending a counterintuitive message to investors: By some measures, the cheerleaders say, stocks are actually cheap. But beware of bulls bearing forward earnings

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said he regrets calling Bitcoin a “fraud” last year. “I just have a different opinion than other people,” Dimon said an interview with Fox Business on Tuesday. “I’m not interested that much in the subject

Jeff Bezos’s net worth reached $ 105.1 billion Monday on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index as Amazon.com Inc. shares added to a 12-month surge that’s lifted the online shopping giant’s market value by almost 57 percent. Amazon shares have risen 6.6

Dow 25,000 is a milestone more than 120 years in the making. The average began tracking the most powerful corporate stocks in 1896, and has served as a broad measure of the market’s health through 22 presidents, 22 recessions, a

A cryptocurrency mogul is now one of the richest people in the world — at least on paper. Chris Larsen, the cofounder, executive chairman, and former CEO of the cryptocurrency company Ripple, became the world’s fifth wealthiest person as the