One trader is making a big long-term bet that Kinder Morgan will see gains over the years to come.
Investors piled into safe harbors as fears rose over a Greek exit on Friday, sending bond yields tumbling.
One trader is betting that a major airline will see enormous gains in the next month.
Shares of Twenty-First Century Fox have been struggling this year but some are betting it will see a huge rally in the coming months.
Earnings season has begun, but instead of falling apart because of the negative earnings environment, the S&P has rallied 1.25 percent since Alcoa reported.
Initial public offering activity in the first quarter of 2015 was at half the levels for deals in the same period of last year.
One options trader is betting that General Electric will hold its recent gains for the next several months.
A massive bet on volatility late last week has options traders bracing for crash protection.
How a well-timed options trade in General Electric created a windfall for traders.
Options traders are making bearish bets on Ford ahead of earnings.
One trader is betting $1.6 million that Qualcomm will rebound – at least by early 2016.
Not many retailers still report monthly same store sales, but among the few that do, the results for March are a bit disappointing.
Bob Pisani on a note from Nomura this morning saying the market is currently pricing in 9.6 percent earnings growth in the S&P 500.
Some are betting Alcoa will see a pop after it reports on Wednesday.
While Alcoa is not the big name it used to be, it still represents the beginning to earnings season, at least among old-timers.
One trader is betting big that nothing will happen at all when Bed Bath & Beyond reports earnings Wednesday.
Earnings season does not look good, but are some stocks washed out and ready to bounce?
Stocks move up on "bad" jobs report news, than keep moving up on "good" ISM services news. Bottom line...don't give too much weight to pre-market trading!
Some traders are betting on a big rally in NetApp.
Keene on the Market's Andrew Keene explains why options traders are flocking to consumer discretionary stocks.