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Art Hogan, managing director at Jefferies, advises investors to look at stocks that are ridiculously cheap.
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Maria Bartiromo discusses Thursday's top business and financial stories, and looks ahead to tomorrow's events.
Energy stocks have gotten hammered recently, but Scott Richter, of the Fifth Third All Cap Value Fund, sees opportunities in the sector.
If the House of Representatives votes down the emergency economic bill, the billionaire investor has an alternative plan — that he'd stake with his own funds.
Technology stocks took a beating in September, but two strategists see bright spots in the sector’s future.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether traders spread rumors to drive down shares of former investment banks Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, USA Today reported, citing an SEC subpoena.
Which way is the market headed -- and for which sectors? Craig Columbus and Michael Farr offered CNBC their investment insights.
SEC ban on short selling in financials is likely to be extended, NYSE CEO Duncan Niederauer said on a webcast with NYSE listed companies and reporters.
Dan Genter, of RNC Genter Capital Mangement, believes Congress will pass a bailout package by the end of the week, but he expects the next day or two to be wildly volatile and painful. Despite this, he sees opportunities in stocks that have been unjustly beat up.
Gold prices rallied 14 percent over the last two weeks as stocks declined — but the precious metal is down for the quarter. But Dan Smith of Standard Chartered remains bullish.
So it's the bottom of the 9th with six outs and the SEC has finally moved to clarify the mandate that has needlessly rendered great firms worthless and brought the global financial markets to their knees. WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG?!!
On Monday, one of the darkest days in Wall Street’s history, the actress who was supposed to ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange decided not to push the button given the turmoil in the markets, reports the New York Stock Exchange.
David Sowerby, of Loomis Sayles & Co, says more indicators are pointing toward a market bottom.
Rick Dillon wants his firm removed from the SEC's "no-short" list. He told CNBC why short sellers are healthy for his business—and offered his fund's favorite stock now.
Barry James thinks the market is in a bottoming phase, and he sees a rally on the horizon: “We don’t think we’re out of the overall bear market, but we think it’s time to buy."
"A mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will go further than a great idea that inspires no one." - Mary Kay
The US Federal Reserve needs to step into the market for short term borrowing in order to give banks the confidence to resume trading with each other, traders say.
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Maria Bartiromo discusses Friday's top business and financial stories, and looks ahead to Monday's events.