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Headlines after the bell Wednesday: GOOG, AMEX, IBM
Matrix Asset Advisors' David Katz has simple advice for investors: don't time the market, and don't chase momentum stocks when the markets rally.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group is expected to file the prospectus for its U.S. initial public offering next week, sources said on Wednesday.
Every single IPO deal this week has priced below their expected range, including three that came to market late Tuesday.
Jonathan Geller of BGR says Amazon's new phone is a gimmick, and says it won't compete with Samsung or Apple.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has a bold message for portfolio managers looking for growth in a volatile market: sell everything and buy Alibaba.
Airline stocks, typically considered terrible investments, have taken off, and analysts say there is still lift in the sector for investors.
Bitcoin's grabbed headlines as much for its price as for its link to the online underworld and crimes including fraud, Ponzi schemes and theft.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
It’s become apparent that Wall Street pros have grown fearful. But what exactly do they fear?
Veteran trader Art Cashin says 10-year Treasury bonds are once again setting the tone for Tuesday's rout on Wall Street.
There’s something missing in the market, and Jim Cramer doesn’t like it. In fact, he finds it very concerning.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Realtor.com compiled a list of the best markets for first-time homebuyers. See which metro areas made the top 10.
Stocks jump, fall, then rise. The whipsaw action has recently become commonplace among major indices.
Few things in life are scarier than getting laid off from your job. But should it happen, Jim Cramer says there’s a silver lining.
Dennis Gartman says it's no surprise crude prices have bounced.
Companies making headlines before the bell:
Paying up for high-growth stocks amid the stock market's ongoing rotation into safer bets has been a "true sin and dumber than wood," Jim Cramer says.
Hayman Capital's Kyle Bass believes Wall Street's recent declines in the biotech and social media sector shows cracks in the Japanese economy.
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