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A year ago Twitter was praised for its smooth IPO. What a difference a year makes.
Amid near-historic low interest rates, surging markets and record earnings, investors are finding few cheap stocks just one month after bargains were abundant.
October's employment report does little to change expectations for the economy or the Fed.
Stocks will likely double from current levels over the next 10 years, billionaire buy-and-hold investor Ron Baron says.
Call it the market's "V" word for 2015. That "V" would stand for "volatility," something investors have not seen for years.
Looking long-term? Here’s a list of Jim Cramer faves till the year 2039.
The "Fast Money" traders share their moves on 22 stocks.
Those panicked by falling oil prices should "sit and relax," according to the head of the group of the world's biggest oil exporters.
The fate of Tesla's zooming stock price rides on one question: What matters more, long-term potential or short-term execution?
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Strategist Tom Lee is looking for S&P 2,300 by April. Here's why.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Whether your account is seven figures or merely four or even three, cyber security at financial firms should be a consideration when investing.
IBM is down significantly since it reported earnings Oct. 20 amid concerns there are not many fast growth opportunities.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says stocks jumped after ECB head Mario Draghi held pat on his stance for more stimulus.
Tesla stock has a clear path toward $400 per share, James Albertine of Stifel Nicolaus says.
Whole Foods' strong quarterly results shows the organic grocer is turning things around, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Blame gold's free fall on the Fed, but if a long-shot referendum passes it could be the Swiss National Bank that stops it.
The euro dropped and European equities rose on dovish comments from European Central Bank head Mario Draghi, but how unconventional can he get on stimulus?
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Thursday: Bank of America, Nike & more