Bottled-water and biotech billionaire Zhong Shanshan leads the Hurun China Rich List for the first time, with major gains for new-energy companies and big losses for property tycoons.
We answer questions on UPS, Lockheed Martin and Nvidia.
Markets are pricing in some fiscal policy, but it's not what a lot of pundits think.
Plus, the Chinese government raised $4 billion in dollar bonds on Tuesday, borrowing on the cheap from the international community.
That's a question investors should be thinking about as record numbers of Americans quit their jobs and create a big problem for many employers.
The lack of urgency at the FDA, as it is in the defense space, is alarming.
With earnings season starting in earnest Wednesday, both indexes have offered investors nothing but lower highs coupled with lower lows since the start of September.
Here's why the bounce on lawmakers' bargaining was silly and what real risks remain.
The food-delivery operator Meituan has been penalized less than expected for abusing its market dominance, sending Chinese tech shares sharply higher.
Janet and Jerome have never created a job. But that's who we worship these days. It's such nonsense.
As we end the trading week, I believe these names can still be bought here.
Market volatility could spike in late November/early December just as liquidity walks away. Keep that in mind.
China's economy is basically a debt-driven Ponzi scheme.
Plus, my take on Friday's jobs report and the steepening yield curve.
With his popularity low, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida has called an early election to win a mandate, while pledging a 'new capitalism' to boost the middle class.
As the Biden administration seeks to spy on our bank accounts, commodity prices rise and gas prices move up, let's take a step back to take in the big picture.
Natural gas is the ideal transition fuel for a lower carbon future -- your portfolio should reflect that reality.
October could be as scary as September for market participants. Here's how I'm playing it.
If you are focused on big-cap stocks, you are missing the charts that are setting up the best right now.
It is now clear, in a world without all that much clarity, that professional money is in the early stages of distribution mode.
With the quarter ending on Thursday, there will be pressure on fund managers to run prices back up.
Japan will have a new prime minister come Monday. So what does Fumio Kishida, Japan's Obama-era foreign minister, bring to the table?
Nancy Pelosi and Mitch McConnell have plenty more up their sleeves. The appearance of having gained the upper hand is more important to them than your P/L ratio.
The announcement is welcome because it ensures production predictability, though deliveries scheduled for next year have come down a bit.
The big question is what Evergrande's troubles mean for China's real estate market more broadly, and the answer may be an unpleasant one.
The real crisis is not that the Evergrande story will be back, but that China isn't able and politically willing to be the global driver of economic growth it has been.
Plus, a look at where central bank policies appear to be heading.
Can you please name me an industry that isn't impacted by this inflationary monster?
I'm looking for a continuation of strong pockets of speculative action.
Like spilled milk, there is no use in crying over lost monetary opportunity that only increases economic risk at a bad time fiscally now.