Month: October 2019

CNBC’s Jim Cramer is warning against trading stocks on the roller coaster of U.S.-China headlines as the two countries restarted high-level talks aimed at ending their 15-month-old trade war on Thursday. Markets are “hostage to events that are not only totally out of our hands, but I think totally out of the president’s hands,” Cramer
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David Rea, president of No. 1-rated financial advisor firm Salem Investment Counselors, attributes his start in the business to excellent professors at Indiana University while he was pursuing an MBA. Salem Investment Counselors Everyone loves a good origin story, whether it’s fictional, like Superman’s, or real life — think Warren Buffett or Steve Jobs —
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Matt Bird | Corbis | Getty Images Where is the future of financial advice headed? The answers always seem fraught with risk and uncertainty. While the bull market in stocks has gone a long way to helping the advice industry recover from the reputational fallout of the financial crisis, technology, demographics and regulatory confusion continue
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There’s a common perception among investors that putting money into companies that promote sustainability on issues like climate change or corporate governance is “the right thing to do.” New research from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) suggests these investments can also pay off. In a chapter published Thursday as part of the IMF’s October 2019
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Getty Images Investors, business owners and consumers should be heeding the message that the inverted yield curve is sending, according to the researcher who pioneered the economic forecasting model. Duke University professor Campbell Harvey said people shouldn’t wait for the economic downturn he anticipates before taking preventive measures. “This is the time where you need
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Richard Allison, CEO of Domino’s Pizza, speaks at CNBC’s Evolve conference in Chicago on Sept. 24, 2019. Jeff Schear | CNBC Domino’s Pizza on Tuesday reported quarterly earnings and revenue that missed analysts’ expectations. Shares of the company fell nearly 4% in premarket trading. Here’s what the company reported compared with what Wall Street was expecting,
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