Plenty of traders follow the price of oil as an important barometer for the global economy. David Kelly of JPMorgan Funds wouldn't do that.» Read More
Due to financial regulations, big banks are changing their rule on "deposit advances," loans against upcoming paychecks. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on the policy shift.
John Bright, Avondale Partners, and Max Wolff, ZT Wealth senior analyst, debate the play on Apple. Bright says the China Mobile market is an enormous market opportunity. Wolff thinks Apple needs more revolutionary innovation.
Legendary sports agent Leigh Steinberg, Steinberg Sports and Entertainment CEO, discusses the NFL's image issue and the concussion problems the league is facing. Steinberg talks about his personal downfall and comeback, and introduces his new book "The Agent."
Discussing stock market volatility and the mixed results from this year's earnings season, with Christine Short, S&P Capital IQ; Daniel Nelson, Belpointe Asset Management; Andres Garcia-Amaya, JPMorgan Funds; Gordon Charlop, Rosenblatt Securities; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
Jeffrey Fisher, Fisher and Bendeck, P.L, has seen and notable increase in high-priced divorces since the 3rd quarter of last year.
CNBC.com Commentary Editor Cindy Perman reports fiscal condition by states in the U.S, millionaires fleeing China, and real estate are the hottest topics among CNBC.com.
NBC "Meet the Press" host David Gregory discusses President Obama's changes to controversial surveillance policies. It's a tough debate about who we are, privacy, and how we protect the country, says Gregory.
Torsten Slok, chief international economist for Deutsche Bank, discusses how large 401(k)s are causing older workers to decline from returning to the labor market.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin looks at companies expected to go public in 2014 and explains why Pinterest is the one to watch.
Nick Raich, The Earnings Scout CEO, and Russ Koesterich, Blackrock Global, discuss how tech earnings impact the Nasdaq.
Discussing revenue growth and weak guidance for Q1, with Evan Newmark, private investor; CNBC contributor Howard Dean; and CNBC's Bob Pisani, Morgan Brennan and Robert Frank.
Discussing the stock markets lack of direction, with Ben Willis, Albert Fried managing director.
David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management senior advisor, and Greg Sarian, HighTower managing director, discuss the direction of the stock market and where they are putting money to work.
Best Buy and Bed Bath & Beyond were red hot in 2013, but both have gone ice cold. CNBC's Dominic Chu and Seema Mody debate which company has a better chance of turning things around in 2014.
Colby Harris says he was fired from a Texas Wal-Mart for protesting for better wages and benefits. The National Labor Relations Board says the firings were illegal and Wal-Mart must reinstate those workers. Wal-Mart, on the other hand, says the workers were fired for "violations of other policies including attendance."
General Electric's stock is getting smacked today. David Seaburg, Cowen & Company head of sales & trading, and Eric Marshall, Hodges Fund, discuss the play on GE. "The stock has a lot of margin expansion and will go higher," Seaburg says.
Larry McDonald, Newedge USA senior director, and Dan Loughran, Oppenheimer Funds, discuss the threat Puerto Rico poses to the $4 trillion U.S. muni bond market. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides insight.
Discussing earnings expectations and when a correction will hit, with Rich Peterson, S&P Capital IQ; Jim Schlager, Moss Adams Wealth Advisors; John Doyle, Tempus; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
The "Fast Money" pros address the top issues of this past week.
Will American-style democracy be preserved a quarter century from now? CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at what democracy and capitalism may hold for 2039.