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All eyes will be focused on Friday’s non-farm payroll employment report to determine where the market goes next, and the Fast pros are here to tell you how to trade the number.
If you’re looking to play Latin America, emerging markets trader Tim Seymour suggests getting exposure to the consumer through “the Wal-Mart of Brazil.”
Spooked by the after hours sell-off in Seagate? The Fast Money pros aren't; they see it as an opportunity – a big one.
Following are Fast Money's Pops & Drops. Find out what’s going up, what’s going down and whether the CNBC traders would double down, fade or run in the other direction!
If you’re looking to put money to work in the market right now, Bill Greiner, CIO of Mariner Wealth Advisors has two names for you.
Brian White, senior analyst at Topeka Capital Markets, says Apple's new iPad mini should send the stock price skyrocketing by year-end.
If you’re looking to play the shortage of corn, strategic investors Dennis Gartman says be careful. Not every trade you think should work, will work.
On Thursday, many investors were baffled by the price action in the S&P, which traded in the red, despite catalysts that should have been bullish. What gives?
Stocks closed lower in thin trading Thursday after a round of interest rate cuts by major central banks and as investors remained cautious ahead of Friday’s key government jobs report.
A stock that you can easily buy and sell today could have also been bought and sold by George Washington, in the late 1700's. Know what it is?
With China and Europe cited as drags on corporate profits, the Fast Money pros are going all-American.
A long position in Lululemon looked like a hot trade but so far all it’s done is burn Pete Najarian. Now what?
Take a look at some of Tuesday’s morning movers:
Forest Oil slipped below $7 yesterday, but attracted bullish option activity.
We ran out of time on TV but we didn't forget. Following are Fast Money's Final Trades.
In the wake of the recent buzz about the various year-end targets on the S&P 500, the Fast pros gave their takes on where the S&P 500 will end up this year.
Energy bulls prepare for disappointment. Commodities pro Dennis Gartman doesn’t think any rally in oil will be sustainable.
Despite the overhang and negative sentiment, billionaire investor Carl Icahn says don’t sell Chesapeake.
Carl Icahn issued the following letter to Howard Solomon, Chairman, CEO and President of Forest Laboratories, Inc.
Carl Icahn is no stranger to conflict and controversy. But this time, his rhetoric isn’t only scathing, it’s also rather serious.
Lee is host on CNBC's “Fast Money,” and “Options Action.”
Wapner is an award-winning reporter and the host of "Fast Money Halftime Report." He has also reported documentaries for CNBC.
Adami is a contributor on CNBC's "Fast Money." He is also Managing Director of stockMONSTER.com.
Najarian, the "Pit Boss," is cofounder of optionMONSTER.com, a news site for options traders.
Finerman is President of Metropolitan Capital Advisors, Inc., a company she co-founded.
Founder of EmergingMoney.com
Chief Market Strategist for Virtus Investment Partners & CNBC Contributor
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