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The value of its big holdings in Kronos Worldwide, CompX International and Valhi Inc. greatly exceed its own market cap.
I'm trying to get comfortable with this potential 'sum of the parts' idea.
Give me all of this and more, without a bear market correction.
Chinese buyers are the latest in a long line of Asian acquirers of top European soccer teams.
Hillary Clinton's exit from politics -- aka Clexit -- could produce the chance to pick up bargains in its wake.
Housing prices in China's biggest cities are showing growth of one-third in only a year. How long can that continue before it becomes a problem?
With this 'asset play,' fans can own a piece of the most valuable franchises in their sports.
It's a small price to pay for one of professional sports' most valuable, and recognized franchises.
Where it began. "Insanity in individuals is something rare -- but in groups, parties, nations and epochs, it is the rule." -- Friedrich Nietzsche The rundown: U.S. futures are flattish at the get-go. (S&P futures are up by 1 handle, and Nasdaq futur...
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 2; Nasdaq futures are up 8; Nikkei is up 1.35%; China Shanghai is up 0.30%; European markets are up 1.4%; euro is down; cru...
Brandon Steiner, author of You Gotta Have Balls, says the market for blue chip sports memorabilia remains robust.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and key earnings reports for the week of Sept. 17.
Check your facts on Soros and MANU. In the press and on CNBC, George Soros is reported to own 3.1 million shares, or almost 8% of Manchester United (MANU). This is wrong, as there are over 260 million shares outstanding. He owns barely 1% of the out...
George Soros's large allotment of Manchester United shares has nothing to do with a billionaire's attraction to a sports team. CNBC's commentators are trying to understand the rationale behind George Soros's acquisition of about 3 million shares of ...
Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
Manchester United brought a carnival atmosphere to Wall Street on its debut as a public company, but TheStreet's James Rogers is less than impressed.
Manchester United is a stock that only a fan could love says IPO Desktop President Francis Gaskins.
The U.S. averages mostly finish flat; investors search for the next catalysts.