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The current bull market, which turns three on Friday, enters its fourth year with still-skeptical investors asking the same question: Can it last? USA Today reports.
The Squawk on the Street team have the rundown on the European markets as the trading session closes, including the looming deadline today for Greece's debt swap deal, the euro hitting session highs against the dollar, and the Italian and Spanish ten-year yields; with Bill Herr, Trader Wealth Management.
Markets rebound after Tuesday's sell-off while the Wall Street Journal reports the Fed is considering further quantitative options should the economy need more stimulus; Apple unveils its new iPad, and all eyes will be on Greece as private sector investors have until 3pm ET to decide whether or not to participate in a crucial debt swap offering, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer assesses whether callers are well positioned.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer likes Chesapeake Midstream Partners because its business model doesn't expose it directly to slumping natural gas prices. Mike Stice, president & CEO of Chesapeake Midstream Partners, discusses what's fueling growth now.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer offers a solution for investors who got burned by Internet IPOs like Zynga, Pandora and Groupon.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer doesn't expect as much selling this time after Apple's big product announcement. "I think the stock's still cheap; don't trade it," he says.
Now is the time to "ring the register" on stocks that have already enjoyed big runs, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Doug Kass, Seabreeze Partners Management, explains how to make money on Apple from the short side. Kass also points to three risks facing the tech giant now.
Atlas Energy shares have risen 53% year-over-year. Dr. Edward Cohen, Atlas Energy CEO, says this is a great time to make acquisitions in the natural gas field.
Investors seeking higher yields should consider low-duration bond funds with low interest rate risk, says Phil Barach, president of DoubleLine.
Was yesterday's sell-off an opportunity for investors to get back into the market? John Calamos, Calamos Investments, and Abby Joseph Cohn, Goldman Sachs discuss where to invest now, despite high volatility and a persistent debt bubble.
Oil saw a big jump today on a positive ADP number and optimism on Greece, with CNBC's Bertha Coombs.
Discussing how investors should trade a choppy and volatile market, with Darren Wolfberg, BNP Paribas director of energy trading.
Calamos Investments chairman & CEO, John Calamos, explains why he believes there may still be plenty of upside to this market.
How positive jobs data and optimism on Greece is helping to spark a rebound on Wall Street, with CNBC's Steve Liesman & Kelly Evans.
Discussing whether the S&P 500 could finish the year 40% higher, with Michael Gayed, Pension Partners, and Jack Caffrey, JP Morgan Private Bank. "Conditions favoring risk assets are rising," says Gayed.
The collapse in Treasury yields offer an opportunity in the U.S. corporate bonds and high yield space, says Scott Kimball, BMO TCH Corporate Income Fund. Neil Hennessy, of Hennessy Funds, says investors should buy quality names and hold onto them.
CNBC's Steve Liesman drills down on today's better-than-expected jobs numbers, and its impact on the economy. Liesman says the increase in unit labor cost could indicate future inflation.
Transports are underperforming because of coal, says Steve Cortes, Fast Money trader: "When you overlay coal with the S&P, if you go all the way back to the 2009 lows you see that until recent weeks the two were interchangeable. Either coal is very cheap here or the S&P is very expensive." Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories, also discusses the direction of copper and the VIX.