Hedge fund manager Ray Dalio remains positive on the long-term growth outlook of China.
Bill Ackman is making candid predictions about the state of the $1.3 trillion worth of outstanding student loans, increased from $363 billion a decade ago.
In a region of the world where the majority of individuals are exiting their investments, George Soros has said he is prepared to pump $1 billion into the high-risk economy of Ukraine.
In a mega merger announcement, Heinz and Kraft will come together to form one of the largest food companies. Warren Buffett has quite a bit to say about it.
Ray Dalio is starting a new unit at his hedge fund that will be responsible for developing a system which combines artificial intelligence and trading.
George Soros is swimming against the tide and buying up oil and energy stocks like Transocean and Devon Energy.
In his first big interview of 2015, Warren Buffett was more open than usual to discussing hot-button topics, including his thoughts on Europe.
Upon first glance, Greenlight Capital’s Q4 letter to investors has all the traditional components, but there’s more to it than what meets the eye.
From David Einhorn to Leon Cooperman and even Warren Buffett, there’s more poker involved in these billionaire investors’ strategies than meets the eye.