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The "Shark Tank" investor told CNBC he's been buying Live Nation stock and an S&P 500 ETF whenever coronavirus fears push equities lower.
A Robinhood trader tells us how he raked in a 2,400% return in 5 days as coronavirus and oil hammered markets
After turning $5,000 into $123,000, the amateur investor said he might buy "a $100 bottle of scotch and a nice pair of cowboy boots."
Stocks are fresh off their most chaotic week since 2011. Here’s why the market is so confused about what’s next.
Some experts blamed algorithmic trading for the wild price swings, while others looked to the past to find how where bearish sentiments could peak.
Shah recommended investors remain "fully invested" amid strong economic data, and pointed to the real estate sector as a smart defensive play.
A majority of the world’s richest investors expect a ‘significant’ stock sell-off in 2020, UBS survey finds
UBS assessed 3,400 investors with more than $1 million in assets, finding that most see more volatility and that the US-China trade war is a concern.
Options traders are already trying to game the 2020 election — and it’s happening far earlier than in prior cycles
Options traders have anticipated volatility to spike in September 2020 and continue to grow until election day.
Billionaires tend to make riskier investment choices than millionaires, and it helps explain why ultra high net worth individuals lost so much of thei...
The difference between billionaires' and millionaires' investment choices may be partially to blame, Capgemini told Business Insider.
Traders are piling into bitcoin as a haven against volatile markets. This researcher warns they could get burned.
Bitcoin is vulnerable to volatility expectations, short-term interest rates, and other risks to conventional investments, a new study finds.
The "green rush" in 2018 could have something to do with last year's highly volatile stock market, says Chuck Thompson, a socionomics analyst.
The VIX reflects expectations for volatility in the S&P 500, and it trades inversely to the benchmark roughly 80% of the time.