A business ethicist explores whether cannabis stocks fit in with a socially responsible approach to investing.
A growing number of investors, policymakers and others say the US economy may be at risk of spiraling downward. A finance professor explains how to ride it out.
The index fund revolutionized investing for millions. Its founder died on Jan. 16.
Insider trading, like what Rep. Chris Collins is accused of engaging in, is one of the sexier crimes in securities law.
The Trump administration is considering a change to how capital gains taxes are calculated that would save investors roughly $100 billion over a decade.
Evidence of past price manipulation of bitcoin and the just-launched Justice Department investigation highlight the need to take steps against cryptocurrency fraud.
Business scholars have found that our physical environment can influence us in a variety of surprising ways – including by prompting us to engage in riskier behavior depending on elevation.
While many market observers blame growing concerns about inflation for the stock market crash, the real culprit may be fears that the economy is about to slow.
An economist explains why the Dow Jones industrial average's biggest-ever one-day drop shouldn't bother you too much.
The oil giant is bowing to pressure exerted by shareholders and the authorities as it tries to catch up with its competitors.
New research suggests mini-crashes, in which the price of a single stock or commodity temporarily goes haywire, may be unstoppable.
Instead, we need to burn the entire system of financial regulation to the ground and replace it with something that supports investing the way it's done today.
As the New York Stock Exchange marks 200 years since its official formation, investors are wondering whether the surging stock market is a 'Trump bump' or more like a lemon.
Investors have given Donald Trump the thumbs up, so far, but trader sentiment can't be guaranteed.
The world's most famous stock index just broke 20,000 for the first time. Here's why it doesn't really matter.
A common Wall Street adage claims: 'As January goes, so goes the year.' What does that mean for investors as stocks look set to end President-elect Trump’s first month in office higher?
How is it possible that an African country whose currency is one of the top 20 most traded in the world only has the 33rd biggest economy?
Behavioural economics can explain why stock markets have been so closely following the price of oil.
The democratisation of finance isn't going quite to plan.
Disneyland Paris has lost money every year but one since it opened. So why doesn't Disney shut it down?