Shaking off geopolitical flare-ups for now, analysts say the S&P 500 is taking aim at the 2000 level, and the next round of earnings news could help.» Read More
Scott Nations, NationsShares, has the play on the new Nook tablet, with a sell call spread on Barnes and Nobel, and the Fast Money traders weigh in on the tablet trade.
Can investors still make money in this market? Discussing how investors should position their portfolios in the midst of market uncertainty? Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, weighs in.
After almost three months in hibernation, the initial public offerings market is coming back to life with a slew of new deals on the calendar.
The Fast Money traders break down stories they're hearing in the market, and figure out if it's fact or fiction, and how to play it.
A currency trade on the euro, ahead of Tuesday's Italian vote, with Andrew Busch, BMO Capital Markets
Discussing whether investors should buy Groupon, and the low barriers to entry , with Frederick Moran, Benchmark Company analyst. Also, a look at a buy rating on Priceline.com, and an options strategy on Groupon, with Fast Money trader, Scott Nation.
A technical look at the S&P 500 as traders monitor the goings-on in Europe, with Ari Wald, Brown Brothers Harriman.
Fast Money trader, Karen Finerman, takes a close look at Polycom stock.
The Fast Money traders with the trade on the gold & oil's surge, and the after hours action on Priceline.com's Q3 earnings, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.
CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders discuss the day's top trades and the stocks they'll be watching tomorrow.
Hedge funds kick off the fourth quarter with the strongest monthly gains so far this year. Kenneth Heinz, Hedge Fund Research, and Bob Worthington, Hatteras Funds, discuss.
Stocks rebounded to close near session highs in a volatile session Monday, but gains were limited as investors continued to monitor headlines from the euro zone.
It's a challenging time to invest when company fundamentals are ignored. Investing in this type of environment takes a strategy that addresses long-term needs by managing short-term unpredictability.
Best Buy's plan to pay $1.3 billion to buy out its British partner in a mobile phone venture and close 11 UK stores was "the right decision," JPMorgan senior retail analyst Chris Horvers told CNBC Monday.
Why would Starbucks do business with a company that has cash issues? Howard Penney, Hedgeye Risk Management, provides perspective.
Corporations are rushing to tap the debt market, drawn by low interest rates and a window of opportunity before year end.
Thomas Graves, S&P Capital IQ equity analyst, discusses whether Kraft could have its sights on a bigger target, such as Pepsi.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg explains what's behind the revival in the IPO market.
Best Buy is shaking things up today, acquiring its British partner's stake of their US mobile phone joint venture for $1.3 billion, with Chris Horvers, J.P. Morgan, and John Carney, CNBC.com.
One of Warren Buffett's favorite rules of investing is that the lower prices get, the more he's likely to buy. We now have another indication Berkshire Hathaway has indeed been doing more buying as stock prices plunged in the third quarter.