"Crossing Wall Street" blog editor Eddy Elfenbein and Susquehanna Market Strategist Stacey Gilbert discuss their concerns about semiconductor stocks.» Read More
Energy deals may stay hot in 2012 as foreign companies cut U.S. deals to bolster their reserves and build new drilling skills.
After the saber ratting from Iran settles, the pros expect a broad theme to emerge in energy - rotation out of dividend payers and into higher beta.
Strong Apple products in the pipeline — and a possible dividend — led one “Fast Money” analyst to predict the company had a lot more upside in 2012.
In the coming year, one writer from TheStreet.com expects considerable buzz generated from new Apple gadgets and a new Microsoft Windows operating system and details his predictions for the top five business tech trends.
The U.S. stock market overreacted to Europe's financial turmoil, contrarian investor David Dreman told CNBC Tuesday.
Samsung Electronics and Hyundai Motor, South Korea’s two biggest companies by market value, issued a rallying call to staff on Monday and warned of tougher business conditions for 2012 amid the global economic slowdown. The Financial Times reports.
Will Apple continue to wow the crowds in 2012? Our pros say it will do that, and more.
The “Dogs of the Dow” were up an average of nearly 13 percent this year, but will all the stocks in the pack have their day?
Companies that were granted stock options after the 2008 stock market collapse are benefiting from those awards too — in the form of tax savings, the New York Times reports.
The stock market’s rebound from the financial crisis three years ago has created a potential windfall for hundreds of executives who were granted unusually large packages of stock options shortly after the market collapsed. The New York Times reports.
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CNBC's Jon Fortt provides his predictions for the tech giant next year, including the introduction of a new iPad, the iPhone 5 and Apple's TV.
While both professionals and do-it-yourself investors try to prognosticate the new year, we're always dealt our fair share of surprises — good and bad. Here are five stocks that turned in the biggest negative surprises for investors.
While 2011 has been a tough year for hedge fund investors, with a new trading year just a few sessions away, investors are looking for a new set of investment ideas for 2012. TheStreet.com analyzes stocks that hedge funds are buying right now.
Will Apple's internet -based TV bet payoff for the tech giant? Shaw Wu, Sterne Agee senior technology analyst, weighs in on roadblocks to online distribution.
Since Apple moved into the greeting-card and online-photo space two months ago, financial analysts appear not to have noticed, reports TheStreet.com.
Dow investors can thank the strong performance in IBM, McDonald's and Chevron this year for almost all the gains in the Dow. In fact, of the 576 point gain this year, 564 points came from those three stocks.
It will take until the second half of 2012 before the impact of this year's flooding in Thailand is lessened for semiconductor companies, FBR Capital Markets senior analyst Craig Berger told CNBC Wednesday.
Apple's options got off to an early start yesterday and stayed busy until the close.
Trader Mike Murphy thinks one company is becoming so strong in the consumer sector, it’s kinda' like Apple. And no, it’s not McDonald’s.