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CNBC's Kayla Tausche, Bertha Coombs and Simon Hobbs have the rundown on Tuesday's market activity.
A busy Friday, and several cross currents influencing the markets. The reports of imminent euro zone downgrades definitely gave everyone pause, but futures did not take another leg down.
Analysts are cautiously optimistic that after a rough 2011, small cap stocks will do better in the new year. Here are some of the names analysts like.
Is the S&P breaking out of resistance levels a bullish signal? The Fast Money traders have the play.
Discussing whether the buzz at CES will have an impact on tech stocks, with Greg Troccoli, The Chart Lab founder, and Zachary Karabell, River Twice Research president.
Will a positve earnings season be the catalyst to get some conviction back and fuel a rally? James Bianco, Bianco Research, and Christian Magoon, Magoon Capital, weigh in.
How to trade the small cap space on the heels of last year's decline, with Steven DeSanctis, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and David Darst, Morgan Stanley Smith Barney.
Defending the cut in Apple's price target due to iPad shipment concerns, with Tavis McCourt, Morgan Keegan, and the play on RIM rumors that the company may name a new chairman.
From the debt crisis in Europe to the S&P's downgrade of the United State's credit rating and don't forget Occupy Wall Street, CNBC's Bill Griffeth shares his top moments of the year.
Sharing investor advice as the Dow and the S&P are on track to end positively and the Nasdaq is poised to close on the negative side, with Jerry Castellini, CastleArk Management and Scott Wren, Wells Fargo Advisors. "We now have a market that is substantially cheaper than it has been, really almost ever," says Castellini.
Yesterday, Cisco was the most actively traded stock on the Nasdaq, losing more than 2%. Weighing in on the company's ups and downs in 2011 and making predictions for 2012, with Alex Henderson, Miller Tabak senior technology analyst.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on what's driving Wednesday's sell-off in the markets.
The Fast Money Halftime Report traders break down today's market moving headlines, including the S&P sitting on a 200-day moving average and the stocks that are poised for a breakout.
Sharing perspective on what to expect from the final trading week of the year, with Quincy Krosby, Prudential Financial and Don Quigley, Artio Total Return Bond Fund.
Sharing investment themes heading into 2012, with Stephanie Link, Research at the Street and Kate Schapiro, Sentinel Investments, including a look at how to play the energy space and basic materials.
Is the earning cycle peak behind us? Sharing insight into the current debt crisis and where to seek investments for 2012, with Brian Gendreau, Cetera Financial Group market strategist and David Wright, Sierra Investment Management lead portfolio manager.
Scott Black, Delphi Management, says markets are news-driven and "schizophrenic."
The major indices are hanging on by a string. Sharing insight into whether a rally could arise within the last two trading weeks of the year, with Jonathan Golub, UBS US equity strategist.
Technical insight into next week with, Ron Shah, Jina Ventures, and J.C. O'Hara, Phoenix Partners Group.
Texas Instrument cites cost effective access to advanced trading technologies as the reason behind its move. Robert Greifeld, Nasdaq OMX Group CEO, explains some of the reasons behind the move. There have been 12 switches so far this year, he says.