Ethan Wolff-Mann, Yahoo Finance

Ethan Wolff-Mann

Yahoo Finance

New York, NY, United States

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Past:
  • Cashay
  • Yahoo
  • AOL.com
  • HuffPost
  • HuffPost India
  • TIME.com
  • Fortune
  • Supercompressor

Past articles by Ethan:

'The economic fundamentals are very, very good' — with one big exception, strategist says

U.S. consumer sentiment hasn't been great in recent months, and there's one primary culprit: inflation. → Read More

When will interest rates on savings accounts finally go up?

The Fed hike has raised mortgage rates and hitting credit cards. But when will high-yield savings accounts see the gains? → Read More

Retail investors played a big role in both wild market rout and the reversal, data suggests

If you didn’t look at the markets until 4:05pm on Monday, not much happened. → Read More

Hedge fund veteran cites ‘quite good’ news for the S&P 500

The Omicron variant is making people — and markets — nervous this holiday season, but DataTrek's Nicholas Colas sees a silver lining. → Read More

Facebook/Meta is the worst company of the year, Yahoo Finance audience survey finds

In Yahoo Finance's annual poll, Meta (formerly Facebook) was the worst company of the year. Stock performance, complaints, politics, congressional hearings and more had people upset. → Read More

Jobs report: 'decent' but 'should be so much better'

The market has responded well to October's jobs numbers. But here's what the analysts are saying about what to expect next. → Read More

The little-known type of bond that's paying 7.12% in interest right now

The internet has been talking about a type of bond called Series I that pays a ton of interest. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

The median home price just passed $400,000 for the first time ever

The S&P 500 may be at all-time highs, but housing prices are blowing stocks out of the water. → Read More

Stocks sold for tax reasons often surge at year-end: Bank of America

Tax-loss harvesting is a popular way to lower capital gains tax bills. But because everyone does it at the same time, interesting patterns emerge. → Read More

Former GE CEO Immelt is still bullish on China and telling CEOs not to pull back

Jeff Immelt, GE's former CEO, advises business leaders to stay the course with China for two important reasons. → Read More

Why some airlines' planes fly slower than others

Some airlines fly faster than others, but it's more complicated than that. → Read More

Retail traders aren't buying the dip like usual: Analysts

Retail behavior has changed slightly recently, deviating from its "buy the dip" mentality that's been consistent for some time now. There's also something interesting with meme stocks and crypto. → Read More

Why the August jobs report missed so big

The August jobs report just before Labor Day was a major disappointment and underscored that pandemic weaknesses are still very much in play. → Read More

'Buy it early!' Bank of America warns of supply issues this holiday season

This holiday season coincides with the continued supply shock and demand spikes that have stemmed from Covid-19. The takeaway: don't wait to buy presents. → Read More

Housing market needs 1.5 million more homes on sale to get back to normal: Morgan Stanley

The housing market is chilling out slightly, but is still red hot. According to Morgan Stanley, 1.5 million units need to come onto the market for things to get back to normal. → Read More

Warby Parker: People staring at screens is great for our business

Warby Parker's business is driven by technology — in more than one way. → Read More

Robinhood's IPO had a 'relatively low' number of retail buyers: analyst

Robinhood didn't attract as many retail buyers as many other recent IPOs, according to analysis from Vanda. → Read More

Robinhood opens at $38 per share, giving the company a $32 billion valuation

Robinhood shares are now trading on the public markets. → Read More

Robinhood IPO: Shares priced and set to trade Thursday

Robinhood's shares are priced ahead of its IPO and ready to trade on Thursday. → Read More

Robinhood's unique IPO is a clever defense against competitors

Robinhood's IPO has some unique — but not unheard of — characteristics. And they could have an impact on the company's business down the road when it comes to defending its territory to competitors. → Read More