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What a week! The markets continue to be choppy and volatility is the name of the game. With no resolution yet from Europe, poor earnings from banks and very little positive news, it’s been a wild ride in the equity markets so far. This market is certainly not for the faint of heart or for those who get spooked easily. However, for those of us in this challenge, it’s a “no risk, all reward” situation right? So hey Mr Market, bring it on! We are not spooked.
CNBC's Herb Greenebrg takes a look at Apple's numbers and discusses whether the company's best days are over.
The sputtering initial public offering market may never again be as robust as it once was because there's much more incentive for the owners of growing, young companies to sell out than to go public, suggests one study.
Could it be that Apple retail chief Ron Johnson’s departure for J.C. Penney spacer was steeped as much in a peak in the performance of Apple stores as much as the opportunity he sees at the department store chain? Herb Greenberg reports.
Apple shocked the street by missing analyst estimates as iPhone sales disappointed the financial prognosticators. But rather than providing an indication of Apple's decline, it instead highlights how easily influenced the investment community can be, caught up in momentum, and prone to setting unreasonable expectations for earnings estimates.
Chinese property developers have discovered an alternative to the renminbi, China’s currency, as they begin to advertise prices in “Pan”. The FT reports.
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The Fast Money traders, with the the tech trade to play, and whether Apple has room to run.
Stocks closed lower Wednesday after a tepid Fed report on the economy and following news that talks to come up with a euro zone debt solution between France and Germany have stalled ahead of a key EU summit this weekend.
Despite markets continually in flux, Morgan Stanley thinks there are still stocks investors can keep for the long haul. Here are its 20 top picks.
Although he released a list of 10 favorites at the Value Investing Congress earlier in the week, top fund manager Leon Cooperman brings Fast Money an exclusive idea.
They are the most vilified members of American society—also known as the One Percenters—who control about two-fifths of the country’s wealth and fuel 100 percent of the Wall Street protests.
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman, explains his exposure to US banks. "They'll get cleaned up," he tells CNBC's Scott Wapner. He adds that there is still opportunity in this slow growth market.
Details on why the tech giant missed its Q4 estimates, with Mike Abramsky, RBC Capital Markets managing director/software/wireless research.
Futures shaved most of their losses Wednesday following a handful of better-than-expected economic news and after some mixed earnings reports.
Insight on why Apple miss its quarter, with Brian White, Ticonderoga Securities, who says it had to do with weakness in the iPhone sales and the timing of the new iPhone 4S.
Volatility in European equity markets and quarterly earnings reports out of the US are distorting the price of stocks and making it hard for investors to buy in the short term, Chris Tinker, equity strategist at Libra Investment Services told CNBC Wednesday.
The markets are likely to lean whichever way the European winds blow Wednesday.
Renown value investor Whitney Tilson on Tuesday laid out his best value plays.
Apple’s stock was hammered after the company reported a rare miss in earnings. So the “Fast” traders debate whether this pullback is a buying opportunity.