Stocks Plunged. That Doesn't Mean The Economy Is In Trouble.The economy is just as strong today as it was last week. Keep that in mind as you process the Dow's breathtaking 1,175-point plunge on Monday.
Dow 26,000: Stock Market A Runaway Freight TrainSeven trading days. That's how long it took the Dow to rocket from 25,000 to 26,000.
Dow Opens By Blowing Past 25,000 For First TimeThis stock market doesn't obey speed limits. It just blasted through another barrier: Dow 25,000, barely a month after it cracked 24,000 for the first time.
Clippers Owner Steve Ballmer Says He Owns 4 Percent Of TwitterTwitter's stock prices jumped Friday morning after former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced he owns four percent of the company.
Investment Analysts Advise Calm As Stock Market PlummetsFinancial experts say people who watched in horror as the Dow Jones Industrial average drop more than 1,000 points Monday morning should stay calm and not panic – a hasty move now could cause permanent damage later.
Financial Advisor Weighs In On Recent Volatility In US Markets
Etsy Goes Public, Promises To Stay True To Social MissionThe place where you can buy handmade dresses and crocheted dog costumes has a new hot seller: its own stock.
The Associated Press Twitter Account HackedThe Associated Press news agency suspended its Twitter account Tuesday after it was hacked into.
Will Potential Investors 'Like' What They See With Facebook?Friday is the big day.
Survive This Economy With Investment Tips From Morgan Stanley Smith BarneyThe debt crisis in Greece is sending the stock market on a roller coaster. So, how will it affect our economy?
Wedbush Executive Wraps Up Shaky Week On Wall StreetWall Street is wrapping up a shaky week of investing and Michael Gardner of Wedbush visited the KCAL 9 studios to give viewers financial advice.
Former SEC Chief Economist Talks About Wall Street's DeclineDr.Larry Harris, Fred V. Keenan Chair in Finance at the USC Marshall School of Business, visited the KCAL 9 studios Thursday to talk about the recent decline in the stock market.