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Amid a bullish market climate, the Federal Reserve has created bearish elements that will send stocks lower, Robert Rodriguez of FPA Funds told CNBC on Tuesday.
The rally in home builders looks to slow down, suggesting it’s time to switch to a few stocks that haven’t run up as much as their peers, Barclays analyst Stephen Kim said Tuesday on CNBC.
The bull run in the stock market has reached its half-life, and large-cap companies are the way to invest from here, CEO Ken Fisher of Fisher Investments told CNBC on Tuesday.
A pause in the bull market will give investors the chance to shift their portfolios for higher returns, Robert Pavlik of Banyan Partners said Monday on CNBC.
Apple will take a quarter to work out kinks in its iPhone 5 supply chain, pushing sales of the smartphone well above the 5 million weekend number, Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster said Monday on CNBC.
Facebook could still deliver 35 percent year-over-year growth, despite its stock having dropped precipitously since its IPO, Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster said Monday on CNBC.
If you missed the big run up in the third quarter, don’t panic. The Fast pros say there’s still time to play catch up.
Stocks have been overbought and are set to take a breather before going higher, Raymond James Chief Investment Strategist Jeffrey Saut said Monday on CNBC.
Google’s advertising revenue is on track to beat Yahoo and Facebook within the next three years, Citi analyst Mark Mahaney told CNBC on Monday.
While the sales of Apple’s iPhone 5 fell short of the most optimistic estimates, Brian Marshall of ISI said Monday on CNBC that the company’s potential growth was still “100 percent greater.”
Gold has been under-owned and is poised to hit $2,000 per share by the end of 2012, Michaer Purvis of Weeden told CNBC on Friday.
The highly anticipated Apple iPhone 5 went on sale Friday, but is there still time to buy stock? The “Fast Money” pros weigh in.
Gold bulls are betting on President Obama being re-elected, recent action in the precious metal is suggesting, OptionMonster.com’s Jon Najarian said Thursday on CNBC.
Until global demand for oil picks up — corresponding to growth in the world’s economy — prices will likely continue a downward trend, Citigroup’s Ed Morse said Thursday on CNBC.
There’s one sector with upward chart action that few seem to be noticing — health care, Chris Verrone of Strategas said Thursday on CNBC.
Some economic indicators suggest that things are improving yet others appear to be a little more troubling. What should you be watching?
Bonds are over-owned to the point that they have become dangerous investments, Gramercy Capital Management CEO Joan Lappin told CNBC on Thursday.
High-frequency trading — particularly the practice of “queue-jumping” —amounts to little more than cheating, former Wall Street insider Haim Bodek said Thursday in a CNBC exclusive television interview.
Cyclicals, financials or industrials? “Fast Money” pros picked their favorite sectors Thursday for the current investment climate.
LyondellBasell Industries is pushing a 52-week high, and traders are rolling with the name.
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