'Sky Is Not Falling': Money Manager Says Future Is Still Bright For InvestorsThe stock market is volatile, but a money manager in Center City Philadelphia says there's a bright side and investors have plenty of prospects going forward.
Crash Or Correction? Expert's Advice On Surviving Volatile Wall Street DevelopmentsWall Street is dealing with a correction, not a crash, says Morgan Stanley's Bob Manning.
Chinese Economy, Low Oil Prices Fuel Stock Market Sell-OffA sharp decline in China's economy and plummeting crude oil prices are having a big impact in the United States and around the world.
Economist: China Not Only Reason For US Market DropEconomist Chris Butler says declines in the Chinese stock market are not the only reason our markets have had a rough start to the new year.
Lou Dobbs Discusses Market Volatility, Trade With ChinaFinancial 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 Discusses Heavy Market DownturnEconomist Chris Butler attempted to make sense of the chaos and indicated the origin of the fall could be based in China.
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Stigall Show Log 11.1.13Chris 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.
Author Jim Rogers Weighs In On The Rise And Inevitable Drop Of The DowA legendary investor and Guinness record-holder has a lot of stories to tell, and a lot of concerns for our current stock climate.
Illegal Insider TradingSo 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.
'Facebook Friday' Brings In $16 Billion For Social Media Company 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.
Do Your Homework Before Investing In ‘FB’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.