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All eyes are on Oracle as the company prepares to announce earnings reports. Analyzing the charts, with Mark Newton, Greywold Education Partners, and Brent Thill, UBS analyst.
Sharing perspective on Fed chairman Bernanke saying, 'long-term prospects for the economy are still good,' with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG and CNBC's Kelly Evans.
The slowdown in China has investors worried, so how should you position your portfolio at this time? Stuart Freeman, Wells Fargo Advisors chief equity strategist and Stephen Wood, Russell Investments chief market strategist, share their strategies.
CNBC's Steve Liesman spoke to Federal Chairman Ben Bernanke who is giving a series of lectures to undergraduate students at George Washington University about the Fed's role in today's economy.
CNBC's Steve Liesman speaks to Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke about his visit with college students, and the Fed's role in the economic recovery; Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs, reacts to Bernanke's comments on unemployment and the economy.
Templeton's Mark Mobius tells CNBC investors should stay with emerging markets. Asked if there will be a "hard" or "soft" economic landing in China, Mobius says China is not landing, they are going to continue to fly. He also explains why he expects the Federal Reserve will launch a QE3 effort, and says it's possible we'll also get a QE4 and even a QE5.
In the wake of this week's "stress test" for banks, a look at what the charts indicate about the biggest winners and losers, with Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton.
Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Management, charts the direction of consumer discretionary spending, gold and Frontline, a shipping company.
Some big firms are throwing caution to the bears on US Treasuries as key support levels are approaching. Jordan Kotick, Barclays Capital, explains what this means for the yen.
Mark Newton, Greywolf Execution Partners, discusses whether a pullback in oil would signal more trouble ahead.
A play to protect your long position in financials, with the Fast Money traders, and Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories, checks the charts for a longer-term break down of Apple stock, and the Dow Jones Transports.
Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson, explains what the KBW Bank Index says about the banking industry right now.
Katie Stockton, of MKM Partners, says the S&P 500 exceeded resistance near 1370 yesterday, adding that a breakout would depend on a strong close this week and next week.
JC O'Hara, Phoenix Partners Group, explains why bank stress test results could be the catalyst to set up financials for a breakout. The Fast Money crew also discusses whether it's time to buy on gold's weakness.
Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton, says 2012 is starting off like 1988 for the S&P 500.
Checking the charts for a winning strategy on the huge gainers in the 3-year bull market, with Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Management chief market strategist.
Jordan Kotick, Barclays Capital, explains why investors could see choppy markets in April: "The market is giving signs that it is a little bit exhausted," he says.
Robin Mesch, Mesch Capital Management, and Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, discuss Bill Ackman's bullish outlook on housing and what the charts say about homebuilders now.
A technical look at whether crude oil will continue to climb, with Mary Ann Bartels, Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
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.