Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers.» Read More
Even after the Federal Reserve cut its key federal funds rate to 3 percent, investors can likely expect more market volatility ahead. CNBC asked the pros how to protect your portfolios.
When stocks get beaten down, Ted Kellner's ears perk up. And he might be a good listener: His Fiduciary Management Large Cap Fund is up an average of 15.02 percent a year over the last five years. The strategist offered CNBC his favorite bottom-dwelling stocks.
Here's a look at what stocks were active, good and bad, on Wednesday's close. FMT remains popular with contestants--with apparent good reason, as you can see on the return percentage listings. The subprime "crisis" real or not-may be effecting buys. CMGI, REV and SIRI remain among the most active and widely held. Registered contests: 394,948.
Earnings at the workplace uniform provider came in a penny below the consensus estimate.