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Stocks ended a choppy session sharply lower Tuesday as investors regrouped after the prior session's blockbuster rally.
Seagate Technology climbed as much as 11 percent Tuesday after unveiling a new product line, but options movement suggested traders are expecting more upside.
Amidst investor uncertainty about Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s latest plans to rid banks of toxic assets, Dirk Becker of Kepler Capital Markets remains optimistic. He told CNBC that the plan may even make investment bank stocks a worthy investment.
Stocks retreated Tuesday, despite good news continuing from the banking sector, as investors took a breather after Monday's surge.
Markets have been performing well in the past few days in response to numerous economic data—but can we really trust that this is the bottom? Two strategists, Harry Clark of Clark Capital Management Group and Joe Clark of Financial Enhancement Group, discussed their views on CNBC.
US stock index futures pointed to a lower open for Wall Street Tuesday after Monday's rally, despite good news continuing from the banking sector, with fears over the health of the world economy resurfacing and investors locking in some gains after the previous session's jump.
Stocks rocketed higher Monday as investors cheered details of the government plan to mop up toxic assets from banks' balance sheets.
J.C. Penny Company is pushing up to its highest level in months, but the largest options activity is setting a floor on the retailer.
Investors should be moving more aggressively right now to put money to work, said Andy Bischel of SKBA Capital Management.
The economy may be headed toward a recovery sometime in the third or fourth quarter, said Hugh Johnson of Johnson Illington Advisors.
Stocks shot out of the gate Monday as investors cheered details of the government plan to mop up toxic assets from banks' balance sheets and after a better-than-expected housing report.
An edge for strategizing your portfolio, with Greg Merlino, Ameriway Financial Services and Steve Auth, Federated Investors.
US stock index futures pointed to a higher open for Wall Street Monday as investors were eager for details of a plan to buy toxic assets by the government.
Stocks ended a strong two-week run with a thud Friday as financial stocks took a beating and weakness seeped into other sectors.
AutoNation dipped down as much as 14 percent Friday, and one trader is using the options to take a further bearish position.
After a frantic week on Wall Street, Empire Executions president Peter Costa has some calmly-reasoned ideas about where stock-market investors should put their money.
Stocks were mixed Friday after a strong two-week run as financial stocks continued to struggle as some investors locked in profits. Still, Wall Street could close with its first string of consecutive positive weeks in nearly a year.
The economy is on the mend, and stocks are healing right along with it, according to Bernie McGinn of McGinn, McKean and O'Neill. "We're a firm that believes that the economy is going to be significantly higher a year from now," he told CNBC. "The markets are starting to look past the current crisis to the recovery."
David Sowerby is a firm believer in the power of "the micro-aspects of individual companies." The chief market analyst of Loomis Sayles says that power will ultimately triumph over the lack of investor confidence and over mis-guided government policies.
Stocks looked set to extend losses at the opening bell Friday, with financial stocks still struggling in global markets and the administration and lawmakers grappling with the fallout over bonuses paid out at American International Group.