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A check on real estate investment trusts and how to choose the best ones, with Alexander Goldfarb, Sandler O'Neill & Partners, and Richard Anderson, BMO Capital Markets
CNBC's Jim Cramer says take some profits from yoga wear maker, Lululemon, and he thinks Twitter is amazing.
Discussing where investors can make money in a fear-plagued market, with Peter Sorrentino, Huntington Asset Advisors, and Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital.
Profiting from the huge range in the VIX, with Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services.
Taking the pulse on today's market activity, with Gordon Charlop, Rosenblatt Securities.
Noted hedge fund manager David Tepper of Appaloosa Management told CNBC that “basically Bernanke said no QE3. If S&P is down a couple hundred points and financial conditions tightened maybe they would reconsider. But outspoken, noted investor Jim Rogers, Chairman of Jim Rogers Holdings recently criticized Bernanke in an interview with Maria Bartiromo. Who's right-here's your chance to vote.
Discussing whether this is a stock-picker's market, with David Sowerby, Loomis Sayles & Co., and Marc Pado, Cantor Fitzgerald.
Fundamentals for both currencies are in question. Discussing which trade is the better play, with Mike Moran, Standard Chartered Bank; also, the Fast Money traders with today's trades to make.
When I first started warning about Chinese stocks that trade in the U.S. a year ago, the mantra was simple: Most were created through reverse mergers. The bigger question: Why did they wind up trading here rather than closer to home—in Hong Kong?
What current market values imply about the financial services firm, with Brad Hintz, Bernstein analyst.
The Fast Money traders share their outlooks on the markets and weigh in on trades to put down today.
Details on how this once high-flying group has lost investor confidence, with Paul Keung, Taomee Holdings CFO, and CNBC's Herb Greenberg.
What the bond markets are telling investors about the global economy, with David Murray, Australia Future Fund chairman.
Investors I speak with fall into three camps: those who dislike the USD, those who dislike the EUR, and those who dislike both.
Weakening in stocks right now doesn't necessarily mean the end of the bull market. Insight on opportunities for investors now, with John Montgomery, Bridgeway Capital Management and Doug Ramsey, Leuthold Group.
Calls outnumbered puts by more than 2 to 1 yesterday, another indication that the sentiment remains bullish.
Weighing in on the Deutsche Bank deal and an outlook on IPOs for the rest of the year, with Duncan Niederauer NYSE Euronext CEO, and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
What investors should watch for and whether the Fed will input another round of quantitative easing, with Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James.
To spend or not to spend. That is the question dominating the thoughts of economists and politicians across the world as the impact of austerity, or lack of it, on growth rates slowly becomes apparent.
It's been a week since Groupon filed its S-1 with the SEC to go public, and now that investors have had some time to dig into the massive document, some major questions are starting to arise. On the surface the company's revenue looks massive and its growth meteoric.