From Blockchain and Bitcoin to the legalization of marijuana, 2017 was a big year for investors. But get ready because here are the top sectors to invest in for 2018 that could create a whole new generation of millionaires.

South Korean shipping giant Hanjin appears to be moving closer towards receivership after Korea Development Bank says it and other creditor banks have decided to halt their financial support. Hanjin is the world's 7th largest shipper.

Should we stay or should we go? That is what the Brits will have to decide this summer in a referendum that will determine if the United Kingdom remains part of the European Union or cuts economic ties. Bloomberg Quicktakes explains the reasons for, against and consequences of a 'Brexit.'

Here's a look at how Japan is manipulating the future of its economy through the stock market and how it could be secretly working with the US in this round of the currency wars.

A look at why you should never believe everything you read in the news, as well as what one of America's biggest bank's financial statements can tell us about the overall US economy.

Ed Conard, former chairman of Broder Bros., and Carl Riccadonna, senior U.S. economist at Deutsche Bank, debate the effects of a U.S. minimum wage increase.

Ellen Zentner, senior U.S. economist at Morgan Stanley, discusses the disappearing middle class and the lack of wage growth in the United States

How quickly are jobs are lost in the United States? Watch as Adam Johnson recaps the op-ed pieces and analyst notes on this shocking data.

A look at a shocking chart on US real disposable income, yet another mysterious deaths of another finance worker, the truth about retail sales, and gold's outlook.

LinkedIn Executive Director Dan Roth and Bloomberg’s Mike McKee discuss the blue collar jobs picture and hiring on the right skill set. They speak on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.”

Blackrock's Fundamental Fixed Income CEO Rick Reider discusses the impact of robots on jobs.

Is everything they tell you wrong? A true look at unemployment vs employment and what really matters: growing population and a declining workforce.