Energy inflation remains a serious concern. Protect your portfolio.
Lucid (LCID) shares soared as much as 88% on Friday and were repeatedly halted for volatility following speculation that Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund is considering buying a remaining stake in the luxury electric vehicle startup.
Apple earnings and the Fed meeting loom, but don't sit out a possible "life-changing" market rally. Tesla rival BYD is an aggressive buy.
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Economic headwinds sent the S&P 500 into a bear market last year, and the benchmark index is still 16% off its high. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway treated the drawdown as a buying opportunity, investing $66 billion into the stock market through the first three quarters of 2022. Smart investors like Buffett know that a bear market offers investors a chance to buy good stocks at great prices.
A new era is about to begin at Toyota. The reasoning of the Japanese behemoth has always been that consumers were not ready to adopt electric vehicles. As a result, Toyota favored a policy of small steps.
The battle of the bills turns personal.
Few things went right for chip giant Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) in the fourth quarter. In the PC market, a dramatic tumble in demand that played out in the second half of 2022 transformed component shortages into gluts. Intel shipped PC central processing units (CPUs) at a rate that was about 10% below consumption throughout 2022, with that gap expanding in Q4 and expected to further widen in Q1 2023.
Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK.A)(NYSE: BRK.B) CEO Warren Buffett has been a money machine for his shareholders since taking the reins in 1965. Through this past weekend, he's presided over a nearly 3,800,000% increase in the value of Berkshire's Class A shares (BRK.A).
Asia's richest man is rocked by a U.S. short-seller's allegations of fraud and money laundering.
In today’s digital world, there will always be a need for cybersecurity. Too many of our essential systems, everything from the upper levels of government and finance to the automation systems that run the traffic lights, depend on online connections for us to ignore the basics of securing our computer networks. Recent events, including the ongoing questions about election integrity, deep macroeconomic volatility, and the Russian war in Ukraine, have simply underscored the importance of cybersec
Nio (NYSE: NIO), a stock that rode the electric vehicle (EV) hype in 2021, turned out to be among the biggest losers in 2022 -- it plunged 69% last year. At current prices, Nio could be a rare opportunity to buy a growth stock in a fast-growing industry. Here are the three biggest reasons why Nio stock is a solid buy right now for 2023.
How is social security taxed in 2023? Here are the rules used to calculate how much you might owe on your benefits.
Two-year U.S. Treasury notes were yielding 4.22% early Friday, while 10-year Treasury notes were yielding 3.56%. A lower long-term interest rate means investors expect to profit when a slowing economy causes the Federal Reserve to change its policy and push interest rates down. Bond prices move in the opposite direction and long-term prices are more sensitive.
Yahoo Finance Live co-host Seana Smith checks out some of the stocks trending in the after-hours trading session.
It was a busy week for dividend announcements, with the fourth-quarter earnings season in full swing.
AT&T (NYSE: T) reported earnings this week, and while there was steady growth, a high dividend yield, and strong cash flow, the company continues to pay the price for previous investments. Travis Hoium, Jason Hall, and Jon Quast discuss the company's operations and why they're hesitant to buy the stock.
When you buy shares in a company, it's worth keeping in mind the possibility that it could fail, and you could lose...
This healthcare giant has plenty of earnings growth potential and trades at an attractive valuation.
Supply and demand will probably come into balance over the next 18 months, says Matt Portillo, an analyst at Tudor Pickering Holt. And, how value investor David Einhorn got his mojo back.