Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur, explains why he jumped in and made such a big buy in Netflix.
Jim Cramer gets some valuable technical advice from the chart experts, and he thinks it could be time to buy this breed of stock.
Hedge funds designed to profit from choppy and down markets have mostly underwhelmed in October.
Mark Cuban bought $17 million worth of Netflix. What's more important is that he started his bullish positioning through options.
Jim Cramer reviews recent market events and compares to his checklist of items that must be reached to create an investable market bottom.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Appointing an Ebola czar was more of a marketing gimmick but will likely have a calming effect on the market, says Michael Yoshikami.
"I think short term, we deserve a bounce," short-only portfolio manager Brad Lamensdorf says.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban speaks to "Fast Money Halftime Report" about his call to buy Netflix now.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban explains why he bought shares of Netflix today. He says he's long about 50,000 shares of the stock.
The investor said on Twitter Friday that he planned to buy the stock because of its low valuation.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on Mark Cuban's call on Netflix, where says he is buying the stock.
After six days of losses that shaved nearly 900 points off the Dow, markets rallied sharply on Friday. Not everyone took part, though.
Jim Cramer takes a look at why the market rallied on Thursday and warns investors that it may be a temporary bounce
Jim Cramer analyzes what caused the drop in Netflix on Thursday, and how this impacts its role as a "cult stock"
Jim Cramer reviews the events in the market on Thursday to determine if it has finally reached a bottom for investing
Stocks wavered Thursday, with energy companies pacing gains as oil reversed up.
The selloff in Netflix stock following weak subscriber growth is an opportunity, Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets says.
HBO and others appear to be moving into direct competition with Netflix. Investors should brace for a bloody battle.