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With data from the latest SEC filings, CNBC Pro ran a study of more than 40 prominent hedge funds to find where the big money is placing bets.
While the market's overall valuation looks high, there are still places to make money, two analysts said Tuesday.
As U.S. fund managers increasingly look overseas to beat tepid growth at home, the rally in Chinese stocks is attractive.
Crude oil will fall back to its low for the year, said Goldman Sachs in a note to clients Monday.
Having learned their lesson from the financial crisis, investors are taking on the philosophy of Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett this time around.
There's lots of reasons for upward pressure on oil but it's not showing yet, says Art Cashin, of UBS, discussing the market's lackluster performance despite robust housing data and rising yields.
Gross domestic problem? Discussing Q1 weakness, with Joseph LaVorgna, Deutsche Bank.
Chinese professors are among the 6 defendants charged by the DOJ for economic espionage, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew shares their thoughts on what investors should be watching throughout the trading day.
Adam Patti, IndexIQ CEO, and Kirk Lehneis, NY Life Investment, at the NYSE, and Orasure Technologies CEO Douglas Michels, at the Nasdaq, ring Tuesday's opening bell.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open.
Today's bell ringers are IndexIQ CEO Adam Patti; Kirk Lehneis, NY Life Investments; and Orasure Technologies president and CEO Douglas Michels.
Global investors severely cut their exposure to U.S. equities this month, amid record highs for stocks and an aggressive selloff in bond markets.
Here's the best research calls from top Wall Street firms Tuesday.
Nathaniel Popper, New York Times reporter, talks about the digital currency and whether it is likely here to stay.
John Rogers, chairman of Ariel Investments, believes the third-largest bull market in history may still have room to run.
Sustained volatility in Germany’s DAX could be a signal that bumps are ahead for U.S. stocks, according to Jeff Kilburg.
The third longest-bull market in history appears to be running out of steam. Here's what to buy.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, are watching for signs the bulls are putting conviction into the market after breaking out of the trading range.
As CEOs buy a record amount of stock with shareholder money, they're keeping their wallets in their pockets when it comes to buying shares on their own.