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Silicon Valley Swagger Returning as IPO Window Opens

If Silicon Valley's swagger is an economic indicator then things are starting to look up.

Gladstone CEO: Steady Dividend, Equity Kicker is Making Investors Happy

Shares of Gladstone Investment Corporation are up 24% thus far in 2016, almost five times the return of the S&P 500. Not bad for a business development company.

4 Pipeline MLPs to Energize Your Portfolio

The recovery in MLP shares is not complete, especially in names like Rice Midstream Partners, Energy Transfer Partners, Plains All American Pipeline and Williams Partners.

4 Attractive Value Stocks for Fully Valued Market

It's not easy finding value in the market, but those discount shoppers seeking a bargain should check out Morgan Stanley, Apache and Mosaic

What Does a Slower Rate Hike Path Mean for Your Bond Portfolio?

The Federal Reserve desire to move interest rates away from crisis-era levels is a double-edged sword for bond investors.

Jim Cramer on the 8-Year Anniversary of Lehman Brother's Bankruptcy

TheStreet's Jim Cramer reflects on the 8th anniversary of the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy.

Barings CEO Discusses the Merger That Created a Firm Managing $275 Billion in Assets

The CEO of the rebranded Barings asset management firm sees even more growth ahead.

Jim Cramer: Intel Security Unit Sale Overdue

Intel was right in finally spinning off the majority stake in its security unit, in fact it was overdue, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.

BDCs Gaining Ground as Regulations Bedevil Banks

The slow growth environment is making this a good time to be a lender. And business development companies are in a sweet spot because banks are held back by regulations.

U.S. Stocks Slip on ECB Inaction; Intel to Spinoff McAfee

U.S. stocks fell Thursday as the European Central Bank kept key interest rates unchanged.