Day traders aren't just looking for higher stock prices, but volatility and volume too. But you need a technological edge to profit.
Famed investor Jim Rogers says recent gains in international markets is a poor indicator of global economic health.
American economist Nouriel Roubini discusses why international markets are making huge gains despite a weak global economy.
Bill Gates says the general trend of technology letting people work over the internet is "a wonderful thing."
Billionaire Bill Gates discusses the impact that technology can have in improving the education system in the United States.
As the cost of a college degree increases, Bill Gates says digital classrooms are a way to make education affordable. The challenge is making it work.
Nobel laureate and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman says 'even the 10-year outlook is not that bad on the budget.'
Billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros says he was 'compromising his principals' by contributing to the Obama super PAC.
Bill Gates says immigration reform is needed to allow 'high talent' people to stay and work in the country after they get a U.S. education.
Mark Cuban, billionaire and founder of independent channel AXS TV, says TV is the 'instigator' for our interactions on the internet.
Billionaire Mark Cuban says Apple is still a great company, but that they probably need a refresh to stay at the top.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs is trying to get consumers to choose smartphones with his company's Snapdragon processors.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue discusses climate change, entitlement spending, fracking and President Obama in Davos.
Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris says advanced manufacturing is coming back to America and will drive our economy.
Billionaire George Soros says Europe 'remains in a trap' with France being vulnerable due to the lack of reforms they've made.
George Soros says that Washington needs to spend more on projects that could pay for themselves like infrastructure and education.
European Union Finance Commissioner Olli Rehn says the best thing Europe can do is 'stay the reform course' to help the economy grow.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor says he hopes Congress can work together to cut massive government spending due to health care costs.
Howard Lutnick of Cantor Fitzgerald thinks the U.S. government will ultimately not raise the debt ceiling and end up defaulting on some debt.
At the World Economic Forum, Cisco CEO John Chambers says it is easier to do business in Canada and Russia than in the U.S.
Economist and chairman of UBS Axel Weber says the U.S. 'can kick the can down the road,' but at some point needs to resolve its debt issues.
Nouriel Roubini says instability in the Middle East, geopolitical disputes in Asia, and fiscal drags in Europe and the U.S. are still major risks.
While he believes a 'perfect storm' is still possible in 2013, Nouriel Roubini's baseline prediction for the year is about 1.7% growth.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon compares 'opaque' banking to aircraft manufacturing and apologizes for the bank's trading loss.
At a Time/CNNMoney panel at the World Economic Forum, CEOs talk about the state of innovation in the global economy.
At a Time/CNNMoney panel at the World Economic Forum, CEOs from around the world discuss whether now is the right time to take risks.
The World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos, Switzerland with the U.S. and EU economies expected to dominate the debate.
Jim Nussle, former Budget Director under George W. Bush, says lawmakers' disregard of the historical budget process has consequences.
Former Treasury Secretary James Baker explains how Ronald Reagan got Washington to work together and pass comprehensive tax reform.
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman says that his hand-picked CEO Ron Johnson needs a few more years to turn the retailer around.
Activist investor Bill Ackman says it's 'unlikely' that Bob McDonald is the right person for the job.
Charles Evans, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, says that a long-term resolution of the debt ceiling crisis is critical to encourage long-term investments in the economy.
A renowned chef and restaurateur Jean-Georges Vongerichten sees the future growth of his restaurant group in Asia.
Activist investor Bill Ackman says Herbalife is a fraudulent operation that targets the 'financially unsophisticated' and 'lowest income people'
Erskine Bowles says averting the fiscal cliff was a step in the right direction but a missed opportunity for more substantial change.
Wells Fargo Chief Economist John Silvia expects U.S. growth to slow in 2013, as increased payroll taxes cut into consumer spending.
Five market heavy hitters sit down at Fortune's investor roundtable to share their prospects for growth minded investors.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says the Fed doesn't have the tools to offset the consequences of going over the fiscal cliff.
Muni bond legend Jim Lebenthal thinks infrastructure investment is 'possibly the most important item for a public agenda.'
5 market sages sit down at Fortune's investor roundtable to share their top picks for 2013.
For decades, most of the gains in the S&P 500 have come on days when Congress is not in session.
The Treasury Secretary says both parties are still 'far apart' but they are 'moving closer together' when it comes to solving the fiscal cliff.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says he supports federal legislation requiring online companies to collect and pay sales tax to states.
Bill Gates says slower growth GDP does not necessarily mean that we aren't improving people's lives around the world.
Former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Alan Greenspan says congress should budget and not hold a separate vote on the debt ceiling.
Warren Buffett says: Follow your passion and 'take the job that you would take if you were independently wealthy.'
Warren Buffett talks about why he decided to donate most of his wealth to charitable organizations.
For over four decades Warren Buffett and Fortune Magazine's Carol Loomis have been close personal friends, which is unusual since Loomis have been writing about Buffett all this time as well.
The legendary investor, manager and philanthropist Warren Buffett shares his thoughts about retirement and about how he is preparing for it.
Most Mondays the oracle of Omaha plays online bridge with three other regular partners.