The hedge fund industry has its issues, but buying up Apple stock is not one of them.
Stocks have outpaced Wall Street forecasts to an unprecedented degree this year. It almost always works the other way around.
Mitt Romney victory in November could be a potential source of optimism for Wall Street, some analysts suggest. But can Mitt Romney or any other potential president elect truly have a lasting effect on the stock market?
Markets soar when the Fed hints at more money, and crash when it hints that it will sit still. When you operate with an elastic currency, and expand credit 50 times in 50 years, Bill Bonner warns, don't be surprised when the market inevitably falls over.