South Florida’s recent spike in gas prices isn’t coming from the traditional “Supply and Demand” market forces, but rather “Investors” jumping into the commodities markets at the same time a major oil producer threatens to cut exports.
Another former employee of convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein pled guilty Friday to federal fraud conspiracy charges.
The parent company of one of Florida’s biggest banks is coming under fire for allegedly duping investors as real estate loans took a turn for the worse in 2007.
Investors got a New Years’ boost out of the latest U-S Economic indicators showing solid gains for construction spending and manufacturing.
onvicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein swindled hundreds of millions of dollars from investors. Some of the high-ticket items he and his wife Kim spent those millions on are going up for auction later this month.
It is enough to make anyone more than just a little nervous, Wall Street’s wild mood swings up and down.
From New York’s Wall Street to South Florida’s main street, investors and brokers anxiously watched the Dow drop Monday, watching for a glimmer of hope as 634 points slipped off the big board. There was little to be found.
Haiti’s president is in Miami Saturday to meet with Haitian-Americans. It’s his first official trip to South Florida.
A West Palm Beach man was sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for his role in a $1.3 million precious metals investment fraud scheme.
Who do you think are better investors – men or women? A financial expert did his own unscientific poll to find out.