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Stocks slipped Wednesday after a report showed housing starts fell much more than expected. Charles Crane, managing director at Douglass Winthrop Advisors, and Sarat Sethi, partner and portfolio manager at Douglas C. Lane & Associates, shared their insights.
No sooner had Alex Rospos arrived from Los Angeles for a Memorial Day weekend on the Jersey Shore than he witnessed, and fell victim to, his first prolonged session playing what has become the nation’s biggest viral drinking game, otherwise known as “icing.”
Constellation Brands got a lift Tuesday when UBS analyst Kaumil Gajrawala raised his 12-month target share price to $21 from $18. The alcoholic-beverage maker's shares have gained at least 15 percent over the past month. But Gajrawala said Constellation stock is still "cheapest" in its sector.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Here are the reports to watch this week.
Last year investors just had to buy the "cheapest, nastiest stocks" around and watch them rally in the "dash to trash," but this year requires a more measured approach, Karen Olney, strategist from UBS, told CNBC Monday.
We asked some of the nation's top mixologists for their suggestions on what to serve at holiday celebrations. Here are the recipes!
Terrence Dolan, CEO of Benjamin & Jerold Brokerage and Peter Andersen, portfolio manager at Congress Asset Management told investors how to prepare their portfolios for the week ahead.
Investors gain 2.5 percent a year investing in “sin stocks”—tobacco, alcohol and gambling. Marcin Kacperczyk, professor of finance at NYU Stern, explains the “price of sin” and how it may help investors boost their portfolios.
Many people think companies that sell spirits are a sure bet during a recession. Find out if they’re right from alcohol seller Diagio.
At after-work drinks yesterday, Wall Street's yawn at better than expected economic news yesterday was being held up as an example that the summer rally was clearly running out of steam.
"There’s a lot out there that’s very attractive from sustainable dividends," said Peter Andersen of Congress Asset Management. He shared a few strategies to boost investors' portfolios before the weekend.
Plus, Cramer picks his favorite agriculture play and explains his Nucor call.
The abrupt end of Wall Street's latest rally proves once again that short-term investing is a hazardous business, according to Sarat Sethi of Douglas C. Lane & Associates. That having been said, there are more short-term opportunities coming.
In a tough bear market like this one, finding yield can be treacherous. But Karen Finerman has some ideas on where to look.
With a year of certain uncertainty now under way, Peter Andersen looks to reliability as a theme for stock-market investors. "I would say the motto for 2009 is, 'Stick with the staples,'" the Congress Asset Management portfolio manager told CNBC. "We're looking at solid, large-cap companies that have very strong dividends."
With the market trading sideways more investors are turning to high yielding dividend stocks. But can you trust these companies to keep pumping out profits?
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks, including CF Industries, Gentex, SunTrust and others.
Looking for ways to battle the bear. The Fast Money traders (and a few of their friends) have some ideas for you.
Diageo upgraded to "add" from "hold", "buy" recommendation for Carlsberg maintained and three pure champagne stocks for the future from Dresdner Kleinwort.