On Thursday morning, President Trump took to Twitter to give himself a pat on the back for the stock market’s post-election bull run.
Labor secretary nominee Andrew Puzder has become the latest Trump administration casualty. Puzder, CEO of CKE Restaurants, withdrew his name from consideration for the position on Wednesday amid criticism over his past employment of an undocumented housekeeper.
If you think Donald Trump will make it through his first term in office without being impeached, don’t bet on it.
Fortress Investment Group LLC FIG 0.13% shares are up 28.5 percent after SoftBank agreed to buy the company for $8.08/share. The news came just hours after Benzinga alerted its pro subscribers to two unusually large Fortress call purchases on the options market.
Fill up your tanks while you can. According to a new report by GasBuddy, low gas prices may soon be in the rearview mirror for American drivers.
Plenty of investors follow the smart money during 13-F filing season. If the managers running billion-dollar hedge funds are all buying or selling the same stock, it may serve as a strong indication that retail investors should be doing the same.
Donald Trump’s plan to invest up to $1 trillion in domestic infrastructure projects has U.S. infrastructure investors excited about the potential tailwinds that government projects could provide in the market over the next decade.
It has been almost exactly eight years since the S&P 500 bottomed in March 2009. Since that time, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust SPY is up 241 percent, and the average investor has made a killing. Lucky and skilled investors who have outperformed the market have done even better, many quadrupling their portfolios.
Some Americans have been taking to Twitter Inc (NYSE: TWTR) to celebrate Valentine’s Day by coming up with Donald Trump-inspired Valentine’s messages and posting them using #TrumpValentines. Here’s a look at some of the most creative and entertaining posts.
The Oroville Dam crisis in California once again has America’s aging infrastructure in the headlines.