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The firm's latest earnings report is chock full of good advice.
Don't buy the shares, invest in puts and other instruments instead.
Private equity firm KKR continues to favor credit over equity in the current environment.
Their batting average can be good enough to justify the picks.
A minor shift away from banks will have an enormous impact on other lenders.
Business development companies have grown in popularity amid low interest rates.
What should investors make of private equity firms scaling back some of their prized positions?
My screen likes gunmaker Smith & Wesson and real estate giant HFF.
But it's positive on the long-term future of energy.
Break in! Yum! Brands (YUM) is reportedly talking to KKR (KKR) and others about selling off its nearly 20% stake in the company's China operations for approximately $10 billion. YUM has previously announced plans to divest its China business.
And the payout could be massive for the long-term value investor.
The overall impression these deep thinkers give is that it's a sluggish market and to tread carefully.
Guess which group is showing rising ROE -- community banks!
A KKR report inspires ideas in select real estate finance funds and senior loan closed-end funds.
A new report indicates that conditions are changing for private equity firms.
Private equity (PE) as an asset class has outperformed stocks, bonds, hedge funds and REITS over the last 10 years.
ETFs and futures can distort even the most straightforward of markets.
There's no longer any agent responsible for pricing a customer's order. Case in point: KKR & Co. (KKR). It closed at $19.55 a share on Friday, opened at $17.73 today, sold down to $8 but is now back at around $19.34.
Jim Cramer answers viewers’ Twitter questions Monday from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Worst headache may be earnings reports from major oil companies.
Its president expresses concern about what lies ahead at retirement for young Americans.
The big three private equity firms' reports offer good insights.
European and Asian markets slide back on a worries over the Chinese economy, Greek debt, and the European Union’s relationships with both Athens and London.