It is generally a given that there are no free rides or free lunches on Wall Street. With hundreds of investors constantly on the hunt for even a fraction of a percent of extra performance, there are no easy ways to beat the market. Nevertheless, certain tradable anomalies seem toContinue Reading


The benefits of the just-in-time (JIT) production strategy are well-documented, but it can also have some serious disadvantages. The chief issue with this production process is evidenced in its name. “Just in time” means that the success of this business strategy depends largely on precise coordination between businesses and theirContinue Reading


Airbnb vs. Hotels: An Overview As Airbnb, the largest peer-to-peer exchange service for hospitality around the world, continues to grow, the government has taken notice. Some have argued that Airbnb rentals should be regulated like hotels, and Airbnb providers should be subject to hotel occupancy taxes. Airbnb argues its business model merely connects hosts whoContinue Reading


CNBC.com’s MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show, CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports on a CNBC Investigation into Coinbase’s new customer support after one family lost $700,000 from their account. Plus, Southwest Airlines works to recover from mass cancellations over the weekend.Coinbase users slam newContinue Reading


Editor’s note: Below you’ll find the week 59 release of the NYC Recovery Index, originally published October 5, 2021. Visit the NYC Recovery index homepage for the latest data. New York City’s economic recovery index expanded on some of the prior week’s positive momentum, climbing three points to a scoreContinue Reading


Choosing a financial advisory firm can be a difficult task, as there are thousands to wade through. Many have specific strengths and offer different ways to invest one’s hard-earned money. It’s always worth doing your research to know which suits your needs and risks best, but often choosing some ofContinue Reading


Shopping for a home may be exciting and fun, but serious homebuyers need to start the process in a lender’s office, not at an open house. Most sellers expect buyers to have a pre-approval letter and will be more willing to negotiate with those who prove that they can obtainContinue Reading