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"Sell all the big rallies, buy all the big dips," said Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing Corp. CEO, sharing his thoughts on how to trade the market over the next five years.
"I think there's going to be cutbacks next year regardless whether a deal is made or not made on the "fiscal cliff," said Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing Corp. CEO, providing an outlook on the markets and economy in 2013.
A look at the U.S. markets ahead of the open, with CNBC's Ross Westgate, as the official start to the holiday shopping season begins.
Beth Foster was looking for a better way to invest part of her bonus than a savings account when she received an e-mail from her trusted online travel agent, the New York Times reports.
Martin Lakos, Division Director, Macquarie Private Wealth says the big speed bumps in the markets are slowly dissipating, and he is positive on market outlook heading into the new year. In particular, he says high yield stocks like banks will continue to do well in Australia.
German objections to suffering losses on official loans to Greece have forced the euro zone to explore more complex means of helping Athens cope with its debt mountain. The FT reports.
The U.S. embassy in Paris has taken the unusual step of flatly denying a French report that Washington was responsible for a cyber attack on the Elysée palace shortly before Nicolas Sarkozy was succeeded as president by François Hollande in May this year, the Financial Times reports.
On "Mad Money," Jim Cramer says he thinks long-term investing is more lucrative and easier, but there's nothing inherently wrong with shorter-term "trading," as long as it's not day trading. (2:42)
Secular growth stocks do not depend on the state of the economy for strength, explains Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Trim back your winners, so your portfolio remains diversified, explains Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
As a long-term investor, you have the luxury of being able to wait for a good price, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
I have seen countless people try to follow the conventional wisdom about money management, only to have their investments wiped out, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer, in discussing long-term investing.
How to play Best Buy and Tenet Healthcare now, with the Fast Money traders.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports Nevada wants online poker made legal, however Las Vegas Review Journal says the bill could be claimed unconstitutional; and ESPN's latest announcement that it will broadcast the college football playoff series for 12 years when it starts in 2014.
Is it better to shop from your couch, or to hit the mall? Trader Guy Adami pounds the pavement for some answers. David Carnoy, CNET, also discusses what some of the hottest items for sale are this holiday season.
Sometimes traders hit it out of the park, and sometimes they miss. The Fast Money traders take a closer look at shares of Yahoo, Whirlpool and Deere.
Rumors circulate that JC Penney is ready for a leveraged buyout, with the Fast Money traders; and Jan Kniffen, J Rogers Kniffen CEO, discusses the top retail plays ahead of Black Friday.
Bankruptcy court judge approves Hostess' wind-down plan. Greg Rayburn, the company's CEO, offers insight. "We are going to sell to whoever will put the best deal on the table," he says.
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.
What the market rally means, with Tim Holland, TAMRO Capital and CNBC's Rick Santelli.