• Economy & Politics
  • Investing
  • Personal Finance
  • Insider Traders And Whistle-Blowers

    In 2010, the Federal Bureau of Investigation raided Level Global Investors, Diamondback Capital and Loch Capital looking for insider trading. All of those funds ended up shutting down, and while several Level Global and Diamondback employees were convicted of... Read More >>

    German Parliament Approves Greek Bailout After Schauble Makes It Clear Germany Remains In Charge

    If Bild's expectation that its "Nein to more Greek bailout" campaign would lead to a near unanimous vote in the Bundestag for a Greek bailout, then it achieved its goal when a massive majority of lawmakers, some 542 of them, voted in favor of giving Greece... Read More >>

    Don’t Show This To Warren Buffett (Gold Vs. The Financial System)

    Warren Buffett once famously chided that all the gold in the world would form a cube of 67 feet (20 meters) on each side. In doing so, he was attempting to argue that there was no point in owning gold since all the gold in the world would be an... Read More >>

    Today’s The Day? Nasdaq Just 12 Shy Of 5000

    The Nasdaq losses from the bubble years have nearly been wiped out, as the Nasdaq kicks off the day less than 13 points away from 5000, a milestone it last touched back in the year 2000. The dot-com stock bubble, of course, burst on March 10, 2000, when... Read More >>

    Nine Companies Put Your Cash To Good Use

    Put money in the stock market – and you’re handing your cash to people you think can put it to better use. One popular measure shows which companies are doing it best. There are nine companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500, including ratings... Read More >>

    Top Stock In 15 Years Up Huge Again!

    Monster Beverage (MNST), the best performing stock in the Nasdaq 100 since the dot-com bust, is up huge in after-hours trading following better-than-expected quarterly profit. Shares of the energy drink company are up 7% after reporting yet another... Read More >>

    FCC Approves New Net Neutrality Rules

    The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to implement new net neutrality rules designed to make sure Internet service providers treat all legal content equally. The historic vote on the proposal, pitched by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, elicited... Read More >>

    The Only Public Hedge Fund You Should Own

    Hedge fund managers who offer shares to the general public have lost investors billions. Och-Ziff Capital Management Group LLC (NYSE: OZM) has lost over half of its value since its debut during the financial crisis. Fortress Investment Group LLC (NYSE: FIG)... Read More >>

    Natural Gas News: Lower Prices Won’t Hurt Sector’s Profit Power

    Natural gas prices today (Thursday) abruptly declined after the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) announced U.S. supplies fell less than expected last week. Prices fell to $2.75 per million British thermal units (BTUs) today. That's a 3.85%... Read More >>

    Cheniere Energy Still The Sector’s Best Pick

    Cheniere Energy Inc. (NYSEMKT: LNG) stock climbed 3.4% yesterday (Wednesday) when U.S. President Barack Obama vetoed Keystone XL pipeline legislation. LNG StockThe veto injects new stimulus to the boom in transporting crude by rail. Cheniere owns nine... Read More >>

    Next Page »

    Liberty Investor Digest

    Get today's most important
    financial headlines all in
    one place by email!



    Sign Up For Liberty Investor Digest™!

    Get Liberty Investor Digest FREE By Email!

    Input your name and email address in the fields below and get today's most important financial headlines sent straight to you inbox!

    Privacy PolicyYou can opt-out at any time. We protect your information like a mother hen. We will not sell or rent your email address to anyone for any reason.