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Jim Cramer thinks it’s time to make a list of stocks you want to circle back to, after momentum stocks start to stabilize.
Which of CNBC's 25 rebels, icons and leaders can make you money, right now? Cramer has a list of his own!
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Taser International founder & CEO Rick Smith, shares video of himself being tased, and shows off the specs of the company's TASER X2 Defender.
Taser International founder & CEO Rick Smith, explains the success of taser weapons and why they're not going away.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Apple is making its second major debt offering for $12 billion. John Brynjolfsson, Armored Wolf managing director, discusses whether investing in Apple bonds is safer than the U.S. government.
"Yelp's mobile growth is very strong," says Neil Doshi of CRT Capital, in discussing the company's quarter and whether the it could be an acquisition target for Yahoo.
Shares of Twitter tumbled despite the Nasdaq closing higher. The "Fast Money" traders think Twitter need to come out with a plan for its advertisement engagement.
CNBC.com's managing editor Allen Wastler shares the top three stories lighting up the site throughout the day.
The retail investor view of the markets, with Charlie Kirk, Turning Point USA founder, and Wayne Smalls, Health & Human Services engineer
Adrienne Tennant, Janney Capital Markets, makes her call on retailers Michael Kors and Coach. Trader Pete Najarian says Kors will continue to take share from Coach.
The bull and bear case for Amazon. FMHR traders Stephen Weiss and Jon Najarian debate the value of Amazon and if the stock is too expensive or not.
This is as dirty as Lydia's martinis, says FMHR trader Jon Najarian discussing unusual options activity in Pepco ahead of the announcement. And the FMHR crew shares their plays on Express Scripts, WellPoint and Garmin.
Shares of Churchill Downs, operator of the Kentucky Derby, offer investors steady growth that has little to do with horse wagering.
Executives from NBCUniversal and ESPN say advertisements shown on video-on-demand content could be worth more than those shown on live viewing.
This is about high-speed Internet, says CNBC's Jim Cramer, explaining why he's keeping an eye on shares of Level 3 Communications.
Jim Cramer explains why he is watching shares of eBaY, Exelon and Energizer Holdings.
It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Investors have shunned this stock. Jim Cramer wonders if it's actually opportunity at a discount.