CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at whether professional athletes actually boost brands, after news Under Armour will be selling Jordan Spieth-style shoes.
The first quarter roller-coaster ride has finished its round trip and markets are heading into the historically dull second quarter. Here's how to trade it.
A few heavily shorted stocks have rallied this year, and some "Fast Money" traders believe those names could keep climbing.
Richard Ross, Managing Director and Head of Technical Analysis, Evercore ISI, looks at three of the most hated stocks that are on the verge of a breakout.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 4 names to trade on short interest.
Masters champion Jordan Spieth talks this year's tourney, the need to step it up and the latest from his deal with Under Armour.
Jim Cramer provides his thoughts on why investors should stay cautious when speculating in the biotech sector
Because of its duration, tournament time has an impact on some companies that should be reflected next quarter. Estimize reports.
Sam Poser, Senior Research Analyst at Sterne Agee, and Susan Anderson, Retail Analyst an Vice President at FBR Capital Markets, debate whether or not to buy into Nike after shares in the company fell after reporting weak sales.
There is one element in Nike's quarterly report that has CNBC's Jim Cramer concerned.
Nike shares fell on Wednesday, after the athletic wear company reported revenues that missed Wall Street expectations.
Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Nike and Lululemon.
The Fast Money traders share their lucky trades to turn your portfolio green!
Retail analyst tells why you should own Nike vs. Under Armour
Susan Anderson of FBR Capital Markets and Corinna Freedman of BB&T debate which athletics company investors should buy into: Nike or Under Armour.
Morgan Stanley downgraded Gap today; the Halftime Report experts debate the call
Jim Cramer looks at how far stocks have come since the Haines bottom, and how some of the winners could have been spotted.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at how the markets have changed since the "Haines bottom" seven years ago including some of the leading and lagging names since then.
Sports Authority said it filed for Chapter 11 protection, the first major U.S. retailer to file for bankruptcy this year amid fierce competition.
After another down day for stocks, "Fast Money" traders discussed the moves they would make if the pain continues.