With energy stocks trading at huge discounts and oil prices expected to rebound, portfolio managers are looking for value.
There's a strange role reversal taking place Thursday.
In 2016, should a smart investor stick with stock winners or bet on a turnaround in dogs? A new S&P Capital IQ study reveals the answer.
Jim Cramer sorts through the rubble of the five worst performing stocks of the S&P 500 from 2015. Could they transform?
On a bitter opening day to 2016, the three best performers were 2015's three worst performers.
As the bull market tries for a seventh year, don't count on this year's outperformers to continue their stellar gains.
Thursday marks the close of a bumpy year for some corporate giants.
U.S. stocks closed lower, weighed by a sharp decline in energy as oil plunged to a near-seven-year low.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this popular apparel play.
For a big group of stocks within the S&P 500, performance trends have been either decidedly positive or negative.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn has increased his stake in the worst performer in the S&P 500, and now calls it his "best idea."
October brought an 8.4 percent rally in the S&P. Yet some major money managers may have struggled to even come close to those levels.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova made Consol Energy one of his top holdings for the CNBC Pro model portfolio competition.
With a huge set of reports ahead, a few names look set to stand out.
David Einhorn's letters are revered by investors for their transparency and nuggets of wisdom. The latest missive did not disappoint.
Even in the midst of a great run for stocks, some names have moved spectacularly in the wrong direction.
Traders appear to think that three energy names will move 20 percent, up or down, in the next six weeks.
"Halftime Report" trader Joe Terranova made Skyworks Solutions one of his top holdings for the CNBC Pro model portfolio competition.
The stock market is down 6 percent in the past two weeks. Here are the stocks that are still on top.
Goldman Sachs cut their 2016 forecasts for oil. Here are the best and worst plays if the firm is correct.