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There’s one sector with upward chart action that few seem to be noticing — health care, Chris Verrone of Strategas said Thursday on CNBC.
Some economic indicators suggest that things are improving yet others appear to be a little more troubling. What should you be watching?
Bonds are over-owned to the point that they have become dangerous investments, Gramercy Capital Management CEO Joan Lappin told CNBC on Thursday.
High-frequency trading — particularly the practice of “queue-jumping” —amounts to little more than cheating, former Wall Street insider Haim Bodek said Thursday in a CNBC exclusive television interview.
A contributor to TheStreet.com discusses a few stocks that are constantly on the forefront of the valuation discussion and tries to answer the prevailing question of whether or not stocks always reflect a company's underlying value.
Cyclicals, financials or industrials? “Fast Money” pros picked their favorite sectors Thursday for the current investment climate.
Bank of America and Morgan Stanley analysts' financial modeling on Tesla Motors was catastrophically wrong and its year-end cash balance is on track to come in at about a third of the estimates disseminated to their clients, one TheStreet.com contributor believes.
LyondellBasell Industries is pushing a 52-week high, and traders are rolling with the name.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
This company is taking action to bring out value, which means its stock could go much higher, Cramer said.
J.C. Penney shares have jumped more than 50 percent since bottoming in July, a sign that much of investors’ negative sentiment about the retailer has begun to evaporate, one analyst says.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer weighs in.
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The price charts for gold are approaching a “golden cross” — in which the 50-day moving average surpasses its 200-day moving average — suggesting the start of a bull market, but is it a buy?
When looking for a point at which to sell Apple stock, don’t turn to Wall Street analysts, MarketWatch Columnist Mark Hulbert said Wednesday on CNBC.
Are you keeping a close eye on the oil markets looking for opportunity amid a pronounced sell-off? The Fast pros are way ahead of you.
One contributor to TheStreet.com searched through companies and found six stocks that combine high yields along with a rising share price.
Oil prices slumped for a third-straight session Wednesday, as comments from Saudi Arabia raised expectations of increased supply and after weely data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) showed inventories climbed far more than projected.
Facebook’s prospects are lackluster at best, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shown little to prove otherwise, Porter Bibb of Media Tech Capital Partners said Wednesday on CNBC.
Up 11 percent over the past three months, Monsanto still has upward potential, OptionMonster.com’s Jon Najarian said Wednesday on CNBC.