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After the markets got hit by a slew of negative data, Cramer is puzzled as to why the markets aren't down big. The answer lies in individual stocks.
2010 began with a bang but some of the Fast Money traders are skeptical of the rally. Should you be skeptical, too?
By the close of trade on Thursday December 31st, stocks will likely record their best year of gains since 2003. After a move like that, how should you trade going forward?
Despite a rough start in 2009, stocks in the S&P 500 are poised to close the year with their best gains since 2003. Here are the sectors that are leading the charge.
Upbeat results from technology firms led stocks higher Friday, however the Nasdaq was the only major index to close in positive territory for the week. Is tech your top trade?
Technology stocks are on track to close 2009 with their best yearly performance since 1999, as investors' optimism for an economic recovery continues to push the S&P 500 to new 52-week highs.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
The sliding dollar has been a big reason why US stocks have rallied this year. But companies with strong foreign sales—which benefit most from the weak dollar—have had the biggest gains by far.
Investors are gaming the next potential tech takeover after Hewlett-Packard announced a deal to acquire 3Com at a 39% premium. What's the trade?
After a surprising deal from HP, the markets reacted after hours to the acquisition of the week. The Fast Money traders give you the outlook and analysis you need to trade on the news.
Futures up slightly as Microsoft reported earnings a bit better than expected.
Investors are preparing for this afternoon when tech titans Google and IBM will report their corporate earnings. What is the best investment play in the technology sector? Robert Cihra, tech hardward analyst at Caris & Company and Benjamin Schacter, Internet analyst at Broadpoint AmTech shared their views.
A weak dollar and comments from Nancy Pelosi have the bulls on a tear. Are you positioned to profit?
Stocks bounced back from a four-day losing streak on Monday, buoyed by strong economic data as well as bullish comments from Goldman Sachs.
Both the S&P and Dow sold-off Wednesday as comments from the Federal Reserve reminded investors that at some point the economy will have to stand-up on its own.
The markets continued to inch up yesterday, posting gains for the seventh time in 8 days and are looking up again this morning on the open. While the Dow and S&P have mostly been up fractionally on those days over the past couple of weeks – string together those smaller gains, and notice they have rallied a notable 4% and 6%, respectively, since September 2.
Strong manufacturing data and robust retail sales figures sent the S&P 500 to its highest level for 2009, on Tuesday – one year to the day since Lehman Brothers collapsed.
Since Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy one year ago, a screen of the S&P 500 reveals that 82% of its components remain in the red to date.
If technology wins when the recession ends, should you watch the space aggressively for opportunities?
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