Financial Television Host Lou Dobbs addressed this week’s market volatility, pinning the blame for most of the stock losses on China and warning investors to be cautious.
Economist Chris Butler attempted to make sense of the chaos and indicated the origin of the fall could be based in China.
The Acorns app lets you invest spare change from purchases you make every day.
Chris details the latest on the signup problems at healthcare.gov, criticisms being leveled at New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and the case of cat hoarding at Grace Kelly’s former house. He talks to John Hayward from Red State, Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece.
A legendary investor and Guinness record-holder has a lot of stories to tell, and a lot of concerns for our current stock climate.
So what is illegal insider trading? It’s when you buy or sell stock based on important information that is not generally known to the public because it gives you an advantage over other investors.
The IPO was one of the largest in history, bringing in $16 billion for the company that was founded in a Harvard dorm room eight years ago.
It was born in a Harvard dorm, spreading like wildfire through colleges across the country. Now, after its I.P.O., Facebook is worth $104 billion.
U.S. government debt is among the safest investments around, but with inflation peeking above its low yields, investors could actually lose money. However, there are reasons why they might still buy in.
“Facebook,” the social networking web site, may be filing its long-awaited initial public offering (“IPO”) later this week. But it will probably be months before the company will be offering any stock.
If you like a constant update on stocks, whether you work in the industry or are just curious about the state of the economy, the Stock Ticker Pro app is there.
Chris reviews last night’s Iowa Republican Presidential debate with a variety of guests and talks to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Eagles preseason opener against the Ravens.
The city’s pension board held an hourlong meeting this morning, during which the members decided to cash out $50 million worth of public equities. Some board members had urged converting even more of the fund’s public holdings — perhaps another $50 million — to cash.
The latest Wall Street crisis is a worst-case scenario for the pension fund of Philadelphia city workers. Thursday morning, members of the board that oversees the fund were meeting to look at the damage.
Chris analyzes the crash in the stock market with Financial Analyst Chris Butler and Fox Business Host Gerri Willis. He talks to Daily News Reporter William Bender about the progress in the effort to legalize liquor sales in Pennsylvania and reviews Mayor Michael Nutters attempts to eliminate flash mob riots in the city.