Active fund managers trail the S&P 500 for the ninth year in a row in triumph for indexing

Investing in low-cost, passive funds remains the soundest long-term investment.

The market’s two-month hot start to 2019 could mean more gains ahead, history shows

Data compiled by LPL Financial show the S&P 500 has posted gains in the final 10 months of the year in 25 of the 27 times

How to Prepare for Volatility and a Possible Recession in 2019

Investors should be ready for a bumpy ride. One step concerned investors can take to ramp down risk could be to buy into a st

Charlie Munger says California, Connecticut have been ‘stupid’ for driving rich people away

Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett's right-hand man at Berkshire Hathaway, said Thursday that places like California and Connecti

15 Worst College Majors for a Lucrative Career

Whether the high cost of college is worthwhile often depends on what you study. It's true a full-time worker with a bachelor'

Morgan Stanley: Buy Apple now before earnings next week because the bad news is already in the stock

As the bar is low for Apple's earnings next Tuesday, Morgan Stanley says it's a good time to buy the stock now.

CEO of world’s largest money manager: There would be a bullish surge on a US-China trade deal

The deal would need to be substantial enough to reduce tension, Larry Fink says, and include both sides calling off tariffs o

Bear market in value stocks is ending, Wells Fargo predicts a 2019 comeback

Wells Fargo's Christopher Harvey expects value names to be the big winners in the second half of 2019.

Trump is winning the game of economic chicken right now with China, but that could soon change

The trade war may be hurting China more than the U.S., but by spring China could be looking up as the U.S. slows, particularl

Investing in an HSA? Better Shop Around

Health savings accounts are a great way to save long term, but high fees can hurt returns.

Meaningful New Year’s Resolutions for Grandparents Who Really Care

It's time to change how we think about resolutions. They can still deal with finances, but maybe they should focus on our mos

Afraid to Retire? How to Put Those Fears to Rest

Second-guessing your decision to finally retire is an all-too-common occurrence, even for the wealthy and well-prepared. When

Goldman slashes Apple price forecast, sees stock going nowhere for a year

Weaker demand for Apple products as well as a lackluster reception for the iPhone XR outside of the United States will preven

Has Warren Buffett’s Buy and Hold Strategy Gone Out of Style?

Many investment professionals, including Warren Buffett, advise investors to buy and hold a diversified portfolio of stocks .

Trump to meet with White House trade team to discuss tariffs on European automakers

President Donald Trump is planning on meeting with his trade team on Tuesday to discuss a draft report on tariffs, according

Tesla shares plunge as Wall Street throws in towel, saying Musk departure could cost stock $130

Tesla's stock is falling as analysts voice concern about the negative effects from SEC's lawsuit against CEO Elon Musk.  (mo

You Can Now Freeze — and Unfreeze — Your Credit Report for Free

As of September 21, credit bureaus can no longer charge you to freeze your credit reports or to lift a freeze. Here's what yo

New Retirement Plan Option May Be on Horizon

Multiple employer plans would allow unaffiliated small businesses to join together to offer 401(k)s.

Expert says sell Twitter’s stock because of rising costs for regulatory oversight

Twitter's ability to keep costs low despite fierce competition and heightened regulatory scrutiny will not last, according to

Trump hits back at Jamie Dimon, says JP Morgan CEO doesn’t have the ‘smarts’ to run for president

A day after Dimon said he was "smarter" than Trump, the president calls the J.P. Morgan CEO  a "poor public speaker and a ne

US foreign trade balances are absolutely national security problems

The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.

Time to Reassess Your Life Insurance After Tax Reform

The new tax law is prompting policyholders to review their life insurance to see if the coverage still makes sense.

Now-cautious bull names 4 risks keeping him up at night

Federated Investors' Phil Orlando sees a high probability stocks will stumble 5 to 8 percent in the coming weeks.

President Trump is the unsung hero of the world economy

The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.

Does Apple’s $1 Trillion Benchmark Even Matter?

Wall Street collectively pointed and stared at the big, round number. But experts don't agree on what it means for AAPL stock