a new hedge fund has raised over $100 million and plans to use troves of data from other managers to select its investments.
epsilon asset management plans to scrape decades of regulatory documents to analyze positions of other active mana
robinhood, the $1.3 billion san francisco brokerage firm, is known for introducing zero-commission trades.
cofounder baiju bhatt told business insider that his company, which is popular with millennials, will never lose sight of the first-time i
if you're thinking about betting against alibaba's stock, you might first consider simply lighting your money on fire.
traders wagering on declines in the company's shares have lost a grand total of $9.8 billion in 2017, according to data provid
there's no denying that corporate share buybacks are the fuel that keep stock prices rising during lean times. but while they help the broader market, they've been a drag on the performance of the companies most active in executing them.
fundstrat founder tom lee isn't so positive on the stock market these days, but he's amplifying his bullish bet on bitcoin.
in a note on friday, lee forecast that the cryptocurrency could rise to $6,000 a coin by the middle
the summer movie season is supposed to be the time of year when movie studios and theaters cash in.
the big event movies are placed in the summer months to specifically draw in the kids who are out of school. in the past, that's led to a pe
the federal reserve is done pulling punches. it thinks the stock market is too expensive, and it wants investors to take note.
in the minutes of its july meeting, the central bank explicitly highlighted stretched equity valuations, sharpening it
amazon got a pretty sweet deal on its recent $16 billion debt financing.
the deal was so good, in fact, that a chunk of it ended up being better than what the governments of russia, mexico, greece, chile and china could've gotten, according to a
a senior executive in citigroup's equities unit has left the bank.
david tenney, formerly the co-head of investor sales services for the americas, left citi in july after four years at the firm, tenney wrote in a post on linkedin.
president donald trump likes to tout the fact that business and consumer confidence surged after his election.
but the ceos of several large companies have the same grievance: they aren't seeing consumers spending much more, and can't yet
the summer movie season is limping to the finish line as this august features no major blockbuster releases from any of the major studios. that has opened the door for midsize and independent distributors to show off what they can offer.
you'd think last thursday's stock market shock would have investors betting on more price swings.
the opposite has happened.
traders are instead using the 44% single-day spike in the cboe volatility index — or vix — as a reason to pi
finance is said to be a young person’s game, and the bankers, financiers, and founders on this year’s fortune 40 under 40 list prove just that.
this year's version of the annual list was led by the recently elected french president e
warren buffett cashed out of his $315 million position in general electric, signaling the end of an era and an uncertain future for the $217 billion conglomerate.
the company has underperformed in recent years. while the s&p 500 returned mor
while the stock market was taking it on the chin late last week, hidden machinations were already underway to save it from further pain.
on friday, as the s&p 500 was completing a 1.6% skid over four days, tesla easily priced a $1.8 billion
in the second quarter of 2017, the us housing supply continued to lag, pushing home prices further upward, according to the national association of realtors (nar).
by the end of june, there were 1.96 million existing homes available for sale &md
a sour bet on the direction of natural gas prices contributed to goldman sachs' weak performance in commodities trading during the second quarter.
according to the wall street journal, the bank had wrongly bet on an increase in gas pri
wall street banks care a lot about how they stack up against their rivals. at the top of their earnings statements, they tout where they placed in each line of business, and those rankings appear in every pitch book they hand out.
erik finman may be only 18, but he's a millionaire, thanks to a very shrewd and early investment in bitcoin.
and despite the recent tumult in the world of digital currency and a huge run-up in the value of bitcoin, finman is still a bitcoin beli
renaissance technologies, a secretive quant fund founded by math whiz james simons, gave employees the opportunity to increase their stakes in the firm's flagship fund by 50% or more after president trump's election — if they could do it i