As 2015 draws to a close, the new year symbolically ushers in a clean slate and the opportunity for a fresh start. Unfortunately, while the economy appears to be on its strongest footing in years, many Americans will not be getting a fresh financial start on January 1.
Alternative lending has been a saving grace for many borrowers that had nowhere else to turn when the credit market dried up in the wake of the 2008 housing bubble collapse. For borrowers, alternative finance became the only option when banks tightened lending standards.
Netflix, Inc NFLX 1.44%’s huge push toward original binge-worthy content has produced another new hit: “Making A Murderer.”
In a new report, Cup & Handle Macro analyst Michael Lingenheld revealed five bold market predictions for 2016. Here’s a breakdown of his list.
There are a countless number of metrics and chart indicators that technical analysts use to determine buy and sell signals in the stock market. One of the more popular tools available is Bollinger Bands.
Apple’s stock has delivered a lackluster return in 2015 of -3.4 percent. Despite record profits and favorable valuation metrics compared to its peers, Apple’s chart looks extremely challenged heading into 2016.
Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Steve Ferazani sees 2016 as the year of the spin-off on Wall Street. In a new report, Ferazani discusses the current spin-off frenzy and Cantor Fitzgerald’s top spin-off stocks to buy.
Next week, FBR & Co analyst Daniel Ives will be attending the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. In a new report, Ives previews this year’s CES and discusses the trends that investors should be watching for in 2016.
With only four more trading days left in 2015 next week, traders are once again looking to take advantage of one of the most popular cyclical trading opportunities of the year: tax loss selling. This time of year can be the perfect time to scoop up underperforming stocks at depressed share prices after sellers have…
Alternative finance has seemingly burst on the scene in recent years. The movement has picked up momentum in a major way, but where did the ideas of alternative finance come from, and why have they had such a strong impact on the financial world? Here’s a look back at the history of alternative finance.