Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.» Read More
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Genworth has been performing well along with other financials, and yesterday the option activity again turned bullish on the name.
This is a link to a Bankrate.com story.
Shares in Google hit an all-time high in intraday trading on Monday as Apple shares continued to fall. Some say this signals Google is taking Apple's place.
The history of the current trading channel in the Dow shows the market usually takes around seven weeks to fall from the top of the channel to the lower edge of the trading channel.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday:
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders discuss the day's top trades and the stocks they'll be watching Tuesday.
Netflix shares are having their worst day since late January on virtually no news (unless you count speculation Carl Icahn is selling as news). And if the charts are any indication, the pain could be getting a lot worse.
The HUI Gold Ratio is at its lowest level in eleven years. Could gold be poised for a rebound?
Global investor worries could provide an attractive entry point for cyclical stocks, Gemma Godfrey says.
Five central banks are issuing interest-rate decisions this week, and this strategist has an eye to the Bank of England and a currency trading plan.
Take a look at some of Monday's midday movers:
Delta says it will report a first-quarter profit for the first time since 2000, even though oil prices have soared.
All technical indicators suggest a crash ahead, Walter Zimmermann of United-ICAP says.
One options trader recently made a bullish bet that Yahoo stock will triple.
Pro trader Anthony Grisanti of GRZ Energy explains why the Fed's monetary policy has failed to spark a spike in commodity prices.
Pro trader Jim Iuorio looks at how the price of copper relates to how equities fare.
By sitting on huge cash reserves and not making acquisitions in this market, Apple is going against the mantra of Warren Buffett, Jim Cramer says.
The Shanghai Index fell 3.7 percent as China gets serious about reining in the property sector, ordering a stricter enforcement of sales taxes.
Mike Mayo is now trying to get back in—by buying up shares in bank stocks, an effort to gain entre to key investor meetings usually closed off to analysts.