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Blog Post Archive

Are Investors Running to the Hills with Jim Rogers?

The four major central banks of the financial universe have expanded their balance sheets to beyond $13 trillion...

Apple and Google Are Killing BlackBerry and Microsoft in App Sales

According to a Canalys report issued on Monday, app downloads through Google Play and Apple's App Store have been strong, but Microsoft and BlackBerry have some serious issues to work out if they're going to remain competitive with their bigger rivals...

Is the U.S. the Next Fab Five?

The US Economy was riding high like the Fab Five... then it all fell apart. Are we rebuilding to get back to the Big Dance? A Wall St. Cheat Sheet look-back...

Ron Johnson Steps Down and Earnings Season Begins: Market Recap

The U.S. equity markets managed to overcome early losses on Monday and closed the day with solid gains across the board. Investors seemed keen to forget Friday's disappointing jobs report and focus on earnings season...

Will Apple Scare Samsung Out of the Smartphone Business?

Samsung is in crisis mode, or at least it should be, according to chairman Lee Kun-hee, and could be looking at a major shakeup and directional change in the coming months...

Why Would Facebook Charge for Messages?

Facebook will be allowing select users in the close to 40 countries around the world to have access to a trial service that will charge them a small fell for sending messages...

Monday Afternoon Cheat Sheet: 3 Stories That Moved Markets

Obama's budget proposal faces opposition from both sides, investors are advised to run for the hills, and Japan's stimulus drives the yen lower...

Alcoa Kicks Off Earnings Season By Beating Expectations

Alcoa, the world's third-largest producer of aluminum and Dow Jones Industrial Average component kicked off earnings season on Monday after the markets closed...

Here’s How Consumers Feel About the Fiscal Cliff

The impending fiscal cliff, which is expected to have widespread repercussions on government spending and federal tax rates, has caused consumer sentiment in the United States to stall in November...

Here’s Why October Was a Good Month for the Housing Market

Despite the devastation Hurricane Sandy wrought on the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states, data released by the National Association of Realtors on Monday showed that the housing market is continuing to recover...

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