The FMHR traders debate the pros and cons of investing in Tractor Supply.
The FMHR crew have the play on American Airline, 3D Systems, Biogen, and the 10-year Treasury.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their top trades for the second half of the trading day.
Halftime's hottest trades today: 6 trades in 35 seconds. Trades on Las Vegas Sands, Facebook, the utilities, railroads, and the coffee trade.
Boxer Floyd Mayweather may want to watch what he spends. CNBC's Robert Frank reports a Las Vegas car dealership had to buy a new state of the art cash counting machine just for Floyd.
Las Vegas Sands is taking a hit after weak earnings. Dr. J is a bull and would buy the stock on dips.
Youssef Squali, Cantor Fitzgerald, discusses the rate of growth for Facebook in the U.S. versus around the world. He raised his price target on the stock today.
Are markets reasonably priced? Richard Pzena, Pzena Investment Management CEO, provides perspective.
Richard Pzena, Pzena Investment Management CEO, provides perspective on the low interest rate era, and which stocks are most at risk.
Richard Pzena, Pzena Investment Management CEO, shares his top bets amid low rates, and a potential rate hike.
Charif Souki, CEO of liquefied natural gas exporter Cheniere Energy, said U.S. oil prices have bottomed and the worst is behind us now.
Student, Christian Solberg, is named the SumZero contest winner of the Buffett contest. His winning idea: Progressive.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
Halftime's hottest trades today: 5 trades in 30 seconds. Plays on McDonald's, Cheniere Energy, ConocoPhillips, Yahoo, and oil.
FMHR traders discuss why McDonald's and Yahoo are in the stock hot seat and how investors should react.
Can Yahoo's Marissa Mayer deliver? Anthony DiClemente, Nomura managing director, discusses if keeping a buy rating with Yahoo is a good idea.
Jon and Pete Najarian discuss unusual activity with stocks including EBAY and IMAX.
The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including Coca-Cola, Yum Brands, and D. R. Horton.
The FMHR traders discuss the controversy regarding the trader accused of contributing to the "flash crash."
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.