Market Outlook


  • 'Fiscal' Fiasco Impact on Financials     Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 | 8:41 AM ET

    Chris Whalen, Carrington Investment Services, and John Kanas, BankUnited president & CEO, discuss the outlook on banks next year. "I would look for yield among smaller institutions," Whalen added.

  • 'We Were Always Going Over Cliff': Iuorio     Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 | 8:30 AM ET

    CNBC's Rick Santelli, and Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, break down the latest numbers on unemployment, and debate several "fiscal cliff" sticking points from both sides of the political aisle. "They can show some incompetence at very critical moments," Iuorio added.

  • Pre-Market Report: What You Need to Know     Thursday, 27 Dec 2012 | 6:00 AM ET

    CNBC's Kelly Evans tells you what the markets will be watching as we approach the start of trading in the U.S. (1:18)

  • Top Trades for 2013     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 7:48 PM ET

    Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington, reveals his top trades for next year.

  • Fiscal Cliff Just Days Away     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 7:00 PM ET

    Discussing the latest on the fiscal cliff, with Jimmy Williams, Democratic strategist, Hadley Heath, Independent Women's Forum; and CNBC's John Harwood.

  • Cramer: Path to Profits     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 6:58 PM ET

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer says long-term investing is more lucrative and easy for home-gamers.

  • Cramer: What to Know About Long-Term Investing     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 6:45 PM ET

    How to picks stocks for the long haul, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.

  • Sell Side Analytics     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 6:25 PM ET

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells you when you can sell a stock.

  • Cramer: 'Spotting a Bottom Isn't Easy'     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 6:15 PM ET

    If you buy a stock all at one level, you could get burned at a pretty rapid pace, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.

  • Cramer: The Long & Short Of It     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 6:00 PM ET

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer offers his long-term and short-term investing strategies.

  • Your Top 2013 Trades     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 5:50 PM ET

    Twitteratis share their stock trades of 201, with CNBC's Seema Mody.

  • Detroit Carmaker Back From the Brink?     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 5:45 PM ET

    A closer look at Ford and General Dynamics, with the Fast Money traders.

  • Sell the Winners, Buy the Losers?     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 5:40 PM ET

    The Fast Money traders discuss which stocks you should buy and sell now.

  • Hottest Global Trade: Yen     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 5:30 PM ET

    How to play the Japanese yen, with Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, and the Fast Money team.

  • Bull vs. Bear Debate: Netflix     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 5:15 PM ET

    Making a bull case for Netflix, with the Fast Money team. Meanwhile CNBC's Jane Wells reports that consumers are cautious on fiscal cliff concerns.

  • Tomorrow in :30     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 4:50 PM ET

    All eyes will be on the markets, jobs and the fiscal cliff, with Joshua Pierce, Baystate Wealth Management; James Carl, AdvisorShares; and Sahak Manuellian, Wedbush Securities.

  • Falling off the Cliff: No Big Deal?     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 4:15 PM ET

    The President is cutting his Hawaii vacation short in order to get back to negotiating a deal to avoid the fiscal cliff, with Zachary Karabell, River Twice Research, and Howard Dean, former Vermont governor.

  • Commodities Tomorrow: Can Momentum Continue?     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 4:00 PM ET

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets and looks at where oil and precious metals are likely headed tomorrow.

  • Buzz on the NYSE Floor     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 3:50 PM ET

    Ben Willis, Albert Fried & Co., offers insight on a slow trading week.

  • Checking Market Pulse     Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012 | 3:40 PM ET

    The S&P 500 has averaged its greatest December percentage gains in the last few days of the month, with David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, and CNBC's Bob Pisani.