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Many have taken solace in a belief that if the private technology bubble bursts it will be contained to Silicon Valley. But that may not be the case.
Even though Warren Buffett is known for his long-term investing strategy, shares of his company Berkshire Hathaway may provide a short-term trade.
According to research firm IHS, the Apple Watch Sport is among the lowest cost basis products Apple produces.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew take a look at Friday's market open. Today's bell ringers include Tom Carter, Black Stone Minerals at the NYSE, and Cary Dunston, American Woodmark at the Nasdaq.
Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping an eye on shares of Chipotle and Western Union.
Tom Carter, Black Stone Minerals at the NYSE, and Cary Dunston, American Woodmark at the Nasdaq, will ring Friday's opening bell.
A group of companies in the S&P 500 has boosted dividend payments at an unusual rate.
Twitter's stock could stabilize in coming days because it hasn't lost one of its biggest supporters: the retail trader.
A flurry of trading activity erupted Thursday morning with the traders in Halftime Report Portfolio competition.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the reshuffle in Greece, the flip-flop in sector leaders, and re-balancing in the Russell 2000.
Much has been made of the report that Apple Watch production was disrupted by a defect. That concern is misplaced.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew takes a look at the market's open, where Andre Prado, Bradesco S.A. at the NYSE, and Robert Sumichrast, Apex Systems Center for Innovation, at the Nasdaq, ring the opening bell.
Jim Cramer explains why he is watching shares of Yelp and Celgene.
Andre Prado, Bradesco S.A. at the NYSE, and Robert Sumichrast, Apex Systems Center for Innovation, at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell.
More than half of the S&P 500 is projected to rise by 8 percent in 12 months, according to analysts. Here are the stocks that could rise the most.
Influential investor Dennis Gartman told CNBC Thursday that he's still optimistic about equities – to some extent.
Chart analyst John Kosar breaks down what should be your trigger to sell stocks and avoid a bigger market drop.
U.S. GDP figures stalled last quarter, setting up a winning short-term trade in certain sectors and slices of the stock market.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's driving German markets lower, Wednesday's weaker-than-expected GDP number and the Fed's policy announcement.
Not much went right for Twitter on Tuesday. But as most analysts abandoned the stock, a few brave souls stood behind its long-term story.