Why billionaire investor Ray Dalio hates cash and bonds, and says the election won’t change his view on the economy

2020-10-28

  Ray Dalio, the founder, chairman and co-chief investment officer of the world’s largest hedge fund firm, Bridgewater Associates, has had a rough 2020. Bridgewater’s flagship fund has been deeply negative, even as rival hedge funds managed to outperform the market, particularly during the initial turmoil from the coronavirus pandemic.Read More →

US Regulators Target Bitcoin ATMs: 88% of the Funds Exit the Country via Machines

2020-06-03

Bitcoin automated teller machines (BATMs) will become the next target for regulators, as world governments tighten screws on money laundering. According to Ciphertrace CTO John Jeffries, crypto-cash machines will attract “greater…regulatory focus” in a bid to rein-in alleged cross-border illicit financial transfers. Jeffries urged “the need for more uniform regulatoryRead More →

Aurora Cannabis earnings: Here comes a billion-dollar loss

2020-02-11

When Aurora Cannabis Inc. announced last week that co-founder and Chief Executive Terry Booth would retire, it also revealed another loss to come: A quarterly deficit of roughly a billion dollars. Aurora ACB, -1.28% ACB, -1.44%  is scheduled to report fiscal second-quarter results Thursday morning, and it is expected toRead More →

How to drive Tesla stock — plus other top investing tips

2020-02-09

Don’t miss these top money and investing features: Tesla cars are electric, but the stock lately has been all rocket fuel. Read some of the Tesla stories that captured MarketWatch readers’ attention this past week. Plus, check out a warning about excessive stock-market optimism, and read why a buy-the-dip opportunityRead More →

Tanger Outlet shares surge as short sellers get squeezed

2020-01-27

iStockphoto The Tanger Outlets in Lancaster County. Shares of Tanger Factory Outlet Centers are rocketing higher even as doubts about the future of bricks-and-mortar retailers continue to plague the company, one of the pioneers of outlet-store shopping. But the big share move upward isn’t because investors have had a changeRead More →

Man who made a killing during financial crisis says that, at some point, the stock market will slow down — but, till then, ‘I love riding a horse that’s running’

2020-01-17

‘I love riding a horse that’s running.’ David Tepper tells CNBC Perhaps, cribbing from the lyrics to the viral song “Old Town Road”, David Tepper is going to take his horse and ride till he can’t no more. That is essentially the sentiment conveyed by the founder of hedge fundRead More →