The stock market is on a roll. The S&P 500 reached a record high at the close on Tuesday for the first time since September, while the Nasdaq Composite also notched a closing high for the first time since August.

You didn’t necessarily need to buy stock in the Pinterest IPO to make money off the public market debut of the online scrapbooking company. It’s often difficult for regular investors to get in on the ground floor of hot startups

U.S. stocks finished their best quarter in nearly a decade on Friday, as several clouds hanging over the financial markets at the end of 2018 dissipated enough to prompt a strong rebound for most shares. The S&P 500 closed Friday

Fresh off one of the worst weeks in its 15-year history, Facebook began this week watching its stock sink for the fourth straight day, falling another 3.5% to close Monday at $ 160.47 a share. The past several days have

Aurora Cannabis’ stock surged nearly 14% Wednesday after the company said that Nelson Peltz, a billionaire activist investor and a founding partner of hedge-fund Trian Fund Management, would become a strategic investor and advisor at the company. Aurora said it

There’s good news for stock investors: The market is off to its best start in years. Now for the bad: Stock indexes have fallen every day this week, signaling that the rally may be winding down. The Dow Jones Industrial

WHEN LSE Group, the parent company of the London Stock Exchange, Europe’s largest, released its 2018 annual results on March 1st, there was an elephant on the trading floor. During the hour-long earnings call, LSE’s boss, David Schwimmer, mentioned Brexit

This column is Part 3 of a 3-part series discussing how investors can avoid acting irrationally. Read Part One and Part Two. Investors are prone to two opposing but equally debilitating fears: the fear of missing out when times are

Trunarounds are rarely simple, straight-forward affairs—especially when they involve a troubled conglomerate like General Electric. GE’s stock fell 6% Tuesday after its CEO warned that the company’s troubled power-generation business would continue to be a drag on its financials again

Wall Street seems divided on a Medicare-for-All bill introduced into Congress last week. Analysts wrote notes assuring investors that the bill had a slim chance of passing. But investors have been unloading shares of health insurers amid concerns that the