Here we'll look at the newest anti-ESG fund, the upcoming God Bless America ETF, and why agnostic investing is the best kind.
Dual forces have combined to create a world in which hydrocarbons are in short supply, which makes the price of everything else rise.
A slowing economy, a weakening job market and the likelihood of political gridlock will take their toll on stocks.
On the day of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, Hong Kong ponders what it means to live under Beijing instead of British rule.
It will be Xi's first trip outside China in almost 1,000 days.
Five Chinese megacities are restricting movement once again, with no end to the Covid business cycle in sight.
We are just not living in an orderly time in the US economy, so to predict orderly stock market corrections is ludicrous.
The chair showed he's not going soft on inflation any time soon, as we have Ukraine's invasion, China's woes and inventory problems in the backdrop.
It seems to me that federal legislation is inevitable.
The 1% corporate tax on stock buybacks is starting out small, but there's nothing to say the percentage couldn't grow over time now that it's implemented.
The Inflation Reduction Act contains about $430 billion in new spending, a big chunk of which goes toward clean energy.
Asian markets haven't taken Beijing's bait that the House Speaker's visit to Taiwan is somehow destabilizing the region.
Keep in mind that AMD will be reporting performance across four business segments for the first time this evening.
I didn't think stocks could do as well as they did, on close to a -1% GDP print, so let's try to figure out why and look at some specific areas to invest or avoid.
Shares in mainland China and Hong Kong sink as the Beijing leadership walks away from growth of 'around 5.5%' for this year.
The technical signs of the provider of fuel cell products were improving even ahead of climate legislation that now appears to be moving forward.
Let's pick apart the Fed's words and actions on Wednesday and see what's likely to come.
Monday's trading action reminded me of a quiet bus ride into the mayhem.
Beijing regulators are prepping three categories of data security for overseas-listed companies, in the hopes that Chinese companies can remain on Wall Street.
The longer-term trend is still to the downside, but the short-to medium-term trend has improved as has relative strength.
A financially disastrous and embarrassing attack on the tech sector looks to be ending in China, with DiDi Global penalized for data-protection violations.
The measure that is aimed at aiding U.S. semiconductor producers as they compete with foreign chipmakers still has hurdles to clear.
Russian energy giant Gazprom has apparently invoked 'force majeure,' for its failure to deliver natural gas shipments to European clients in recent weeks.
Supply, demand and timing are what matter for this commodity.
It's unclear how costly cleanup and legal battles over PFAS will be for this iconic American company.
Japan's longest-serving leader was assassinated Friday. His 'Abenomics' revived Japan's economy.
Here's how to aim for this gunmaker once more with a covered-call play.
The rudderlessness in DC has created an environment that's downright hostile to domestic exploitation of hydrocarbons.
If the stock fails at the pivot, we could get a nice run lower here.
As some nations look to take a cut of oil money -- and U.S. surtax legislation is floated -- let's look at what exchange-traded funds might protect investors.