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The Nasdaq briefly hit 5,000, so is it time to worry about a bubble? Paul Meeks, Saturna senior analyst, Walter Piecyk, BTIG analyst; and Steve Milunovich, UBS analyst, provide perspective.
Lumber Liquidators sold flooring with higher levels of formaldehyde than permitted under California's health and safety standards, according to CBS.
FMHR trader Jim Lebenthal sold JC Penney and bought BP in his trader competition portfolio. Also, Joe Terranova stands by his trade to sell Apple.
Jim Lebenthal, the current leader of the Fast Money Halftime Report Portfolio competition, sold a retailer and purchased an oil giant
Joe Terranova, the most active Halftime Report trader, was at it again on Wednesday, selling Apple and adding a high beta name.
A Venture Capitalist explains why this isn’t 2000 all over again.
Dana Telsey, Telsey Advisory Group CEO & Chief Research Officer, names the best stock values in the retail sector.
FMHR trader Josh Brown and Pete Najarian debate the play on Hewlett-Packard after the company reported poor sales and a disappointing outlook.
Edward Yardeni, Yardeni Research President, discusses Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's monetary policy strategy.
Robert Peck, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, Internet analyst, explains why he thinks Alibaba has been underperforming. He says U.S. investors just don't know Alibaba yet.
The FMHR traders provide their take on where the markets go from here. Steve Grasso charts out where he sees the S&P headed and Josh Brown explains why he sees "more of the same."
Three reasons why the market is not in a tech bubble, with Gaurav Jain, Founder Collective Principal.
Why Pacific Crest Research still remains a skeptic on Apple amid record highs, with Andy Hargreaves.
Hewlett-Packard flat heading into its earnings report. Should investors buy into the company's split? FM trader Pete Najarian and Josh Brown debate.
The FMHR traders react to Fed chair Janet Yellen's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their final trades of the show.
Consumer Report's is out with its annual top auto picks. Details, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.