Wall Street’s history of embracing high-speed algorithmic trading suggests ChatGPT will pose similar – if bigger – risks to financial markets.
The SEC is investigating whether executives at First Republic Bank, which was seized by regulators and sold to JPMorgan Chase, improperly traded on inside information.
The retailer has spent nearly $12 billion buying back its own stock since 2005, money that could have been used to invest in its business.
Buying and selling stocks – with real or play money – is a way to harness the wisdom of the crowd about questions like who is going to win a competition.
Erroneous calls increase the chances of subsequent calls in favor of the person who was harmed. What drives this behavior, and do people even recognize they’re doing it?
The share price of gun-makers Smith & Wesson and Sturm Ruger both jumped after the Uvalde massacre. In the past, gun-makers were punished after a shooting, but things have changed.
A bipartisan group of US lawmakers is pushing for a ban on active trading by members of Congress following accusations that some of their colleagues may have engaged in insider trading.
Overconfidence is often a contributing factor to market crashes, like the financial crisis of 2008.
Robinhood’s trading app uses features commonly found in video games and casinos to make investing more fun, which also obscures the real risks involved.
Historically, tech stocks have dominated global stock markets. Despite the pandemic, many continue to grow at remarkable rate.
Market prices are supposed to reflect a company’s fundamental value. When they no longer do, bad things can happen.
NIO’s innovative business model could point towards a bright future – if it can overcome key challenges
Equity-based awards can form a large part of an employee’s overall pay. A new report shines a light on how women are being left behind when it comes to stocks and options.
Did members of Congress illegally sell stocks after getting inside information about the pandemic from federal officials? A former lawyer for the House says proving such cases is very difficult.
Plunging stocks have triggered rarely used ‘circuit breakers’ that temporarily halt trading. A finance scholar explains what they are and the costs of shutting down markets.
Regulators, in their attempts to level the playing field for all investors, should not exclusively view high-frequency traders as market destabilizers.
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.