Earnings news will take center stage Wednesday after another day of strong stock market gains cemented the view that the worst is over.» Read More
At the end of the day, the doves rule the roost at the Fed, but expect to hear more hawkishness in Wednesday's release of the Fed meeting minutes.
The Dow is back over 14,000, up 54 points today, with Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital; Karen Finney, The Hill; and John McLaughlin, Republican pollster.
The "Mad Money" host comments on viewers' favorite stocks!
Using Google as an example, CNBC's Jim Cramer points out that many investors are afraid to buy when a stock's price drops. He tells you how to tell if its an opportunity or a trap. (3:43)
Nick Akins, AEP president & CEO, explains how shifting away from coal impacts his business.
After the breakup of a company, it could be a big money-making opportunity, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Could GLD go much lower if it breaks down below $150? Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes a look.
The Dow is up 0.45 percent over the last two days. Mad Money host Jim Cramer weighs in.
The Fast Money team discuss the trades that missed and the ones that hit.
Farmer appeals ruling protecting Monsanto's patents on soybeans, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
A 90-minute federal court hearing in the Greenlight case against Apple just ended. CNBC's Kate Kelly reports. Colin Gillis, BGC, weighs in with CNBC's Melissa Lee.
Dell says its business in China is stabilizing, but Brazil and India continue to be tough, with CNBC's Jon Fortt. Meanwhile Keith Moore, MKM Partners, offers hints at the next big M& deal of 2013.
Best Buy wants to prevent consumers using its stores as a showroom and then buying the items cheaper on the Internet. Is Best Buy more attractive now? The Fast Money team debate. Meanwhile Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, explains whether he foresees more pain at the pump.
As $1.2 trillion in government spending cuts are set to go into effect March 1, here's how to trade it, Oppenheimer Chief Market Strategist John Stoltzfus says.
Discussing just how long high gas prices might impact the consumer, and just how important energy prices are to them, with Lindsey Piegza, FTN Financial economist and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson looks ahead to key energy reports this week. Retail gasoline demand data released by MasterCard SpendingPulse on Wednesday will likely show impact of higher prices on U.S. consumers, she says. Traders and analysts are also anxiously awaiting this week's report on gasoline supplies and demand from US Energy Information Administration, scheduled for release at 11am ET on Thursday.
Anticipating the market's next direction, Peter Costa, Empire Executions. "I'm a buyer," he says.
Strategists everywhere are discussing the rotation out of bonds and into stocks. Bill Nichols, Cantor Fitzgerald and CNBC's Jeff Cox, share their opinions.
Where the markets stand, with Carol Roth, author of "The Entrepreneur Equation"; Jonathan Corpina, Meridian Equity Partners; and CNBC's Rick Santelli and Josh Lipton.
High gasoline prices are just one of the troubles the consumer faces, explains CNBC's Steve Liesman; and Chris Faulkner, Breitling Oil & Gas president/CEO, shares his opinions on when the U.S. may see $4 gas.