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Wall Street was a little indecisive before trading Tuesday, with stock index futures little changed. The market is coming off a strong first day of trading for 2010, with the Dow up about 1.5 percent.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Google plans to hold an event on Tuesday and many expect the tech giant to unveil its very own Android smartphone, the Nexus One. What does it mean for Google? Jason Helfstein, executive director and senior analyst at Oppenheimer & Co., and Steve Weinstein, senior analyst at Pacific Crest Securities, shared their insights.
The Street is buzzing with speculation that Google is about to do something big, and it could all go down as soon as Tuesday!
2010 began with a bang but some of the Fast Money traders are skeptical of the rally. Should you be skeptical, too?
Not since Moses came down from on high with those commandments has a tablet generated so much interest. (Unless you count Mel Brooks with his 15, er, 10 commandments when he dropped one of his tablets!)
Online spending increased substantially this holiday, even though it's still a small player in the overall scheme of retail. Still, most economic experts say America has too many stores, and 2010 will see more shrinkage in the brick and mortar world.
Stocks are starting the new year with a bang. The major averages are seeing their best gains since November, but will it continue through January? Ned Riley, CEO of Riley Asset Management, shared his market strategy.
The secrecy surrounding Google's Android event tomorrow reminds me of the build-up for an Apple event. And while Apple has the whole "event" thing down, the pressure is now on Google to deliver. And big, especially with a stock soaring as the New Year of trading gets underway.
The best sector of 2009 was technology, surging 70% since the March bottom, led by triple-digit gains out of companies like Apple, Google and Amazon.
Every financial planner tells you to have one, but they never tell you what to do with it.
The Fast Money traders are pushing forward to give you their take on the best places to put your money and how to protect your 2009 gains
Experts on the street are looking ahead to 2010, with the big question looming of whether 2009's market rally can be replicated, or whether a major pullback is on the horizon.
Stocks erased their losses Wednesday — and the Dow and Nasdaq pulled off a gain — after a better-than-expected report on Midwest manufacturing.
According to research, Apple's iPod Touch app downloads jumped more than 1000 percent on Christmas day. Will Apple be the superstar stock of 2010? Phil Cusick, managing director at Macquaire Research shared his ideas.
Click to see CNBC Silicon Valley Bureau Chief Jim Goldman's picks for Apple's heroes and zeroes over the years.
With yet more signs surfacing Wednesday that suggest recovery is well underway, should you place new bullish bets, now?
The major indicies are on track for their best annual performance since 2003. Where should investors put their money to work in 2010? Katie Stockton, chief market technician at MKM Partners, shared her insight.
For shareholders anyway. Cramer explains why you can’t expect a cool gadget to translate into investment returns.
Why settle for $5 when you could earn $50?