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Cash is a lazy asset, but the genesis of Berkshire's underperformance has been choosing the wrong investments.
Those playing this market should remain grounded in the real, not digital world.
If you are investing in individual stocks you have to do individual research. It's that simple.
Where are we headed in 2019? The independent research firm's equity analysts offer their prognostications for the year.
If Barra is willing to be as bold with the company's balance sheet as with its corporate strategy, GM shares could be the ultimate value play.
Experts suggest ways to put your portfolio into high gear with EV investments.
Ford's push into self-driving offers hope for investors in the laggard automaker.
Autos and Semiconductors Autonomous driving. This is becoming a really big deal. By now, I am sure that most of you saw this morning's interesting news. Honda Motor would immediately invest $750 million in the Cruise autonomous vehicle unit of Gener...
Real Money contributor Jim Collins hits the road in search of the best investment opportunities.
The trade tactic I prefer for EWJ is this bearishly biased, near the money vertical put spread.
Prominent names that were merely 'avoids' have become out-and-out shorts in light of recent events.
An EWJ bearishly biased, out-of-the-money vertical put spread.
Folks can crow all they want about autonomous vehicles, but there's still a market for those who want to drive a car.
Founders bought around $15 million to $20 million in bitcoin.
Though not a leader among automakers, it's very well positioned for growth in China and India.
U.S. President Donald Trump has gone on the offensive in Beijing, as he did in Tokyo. At least he's being honest, at the risk of offending his hosts. He may be wrong, but he speaks his mind.
Tesla has first-mover advantage with electric cars yet again, this time apparently with a 100% -owned factory planned for Shanghai. Its competitors never learn.
This is how the NFL's sponsors are responding to political protests on the field.
U.S. car companies risk missing out as foreign producers ink the necessary partnerships to make new-energy vehicles in China.
Normally, I am the one manning the controls when it comes to our weekly podcast, Cocktail Investing, but this week I wasn't the one playing the straight man as I guested on Frank Curzio's Wall Street Unplugged podcast. Being in the hot seat, as it w...
The European Union and Japan have created a trade bloc to rival NAFTA, the world's largest. The G20 meetings ahead will further isolate Britain and the United States.
Tesla wants to control a user's autonomous driving experience from start to finish. Google and Apple seem more willing to partner.
Although it was the downgrade of China's creditworthiness as a nation that grabbed yesterday's headlines, three dozen companies are also finding it harder or more expensive to borrow.
Japan's car industry, a pioneer in many ways, is continuing its leadership in the introduction of autonomous vehicles and parts.
China is already the world's biggest market for electric vehicles, making up two-fifths of global sales. That doesn't go far enough by far for Beijing.