Jordan Belfort, the former stockbroker and subject of the 2013 hit “Wolf of Wall Street,” argued that Tesla CEO Elon Musk may not need to "pump and dump" cryptocurrencies, however, other people "pump and dump" around the “hype” the celebrity creates.
Maglan Capital president David Tawil argued on Thursday that the "supply-demand imbalance" could lead to "a serious" global crisis within three to five years.
Matt Hougan, chief investment officer at Bitwise Asset Management, argued that “positive” regulation for the cryptocurrency industry could start the next bull market.
Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo blasted the Biden administration for the agreement with Germany, which would allow for the completion of the controversial Russian Nord Stream 2 natural gas pipeline, arguing that it would significantly "undermine" national security.
Former Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage argued on Tuesday that Prince Harry’s upcoming tell-all is causing a “very high level” of “disregard” for the royal.
The owner of a New York solar construction business argued on Tuesday that the worker shortage in his industry has become an “emergency” since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
John Catsimatidis, the owner and CEO of New York City supermarket chain Gristedes, warned on "Varney & Co." on Monday that inflation will lead to even higher grocery prices by October.
Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos spoke with FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto one day before his trip on the aerospace company’s New Shepard rocket for its first-ever crewed launch, saying he is “very excited.”
Former Reagan economist Art Laffer argued on Thursday that President Biden’s policies are preventing the U.S. economy from making a post-pandemic comeback.