Jim Cramer was astonished at this rare occurrence in earnings season on Thursday. It was too good to ignore, and he's calling it like he sees it.» Read More
Bonds may be out of favor, but experts say emerging markets fixed income still offers plenty of value.
Jim Cramer has a message for executives at Staples. He has a plan that could do wonders for the company.
What is historically the worst month for stocks may turn out to be the third quarter's best month for traders.
"I think this is bait for an activist," Ritholtz Wealth Management's Josh Brown says of Yahoo's stock after Alibaba's IPO.
Ahead of a massive day for tech stocks, Louise Yamada makes the case that tech's bull run will continue.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Yahoo's next move, with CNBC's Sara Eisen and the Options Action traders.
It’s one of the most controversial stocks in the market, but when bullish catalysts come together, Cramer can’t help himself.
How Alibaba's performance compares with past IPOs, with CNBC's Sara Eisen and the Options Action traders.
Even after the Dow and the S&P 500 closed at new all-time highs, closely followed contrarian Marc Faber keeps sounding the alarm.
Refers to the quarterly expiration of four sets of options: individual stock options, stock futures, stock indexes and stock index futures.
If you’re about say “Open sesame,” to shares of Alibaba, Jim Cramer doesn’t want you to get carried away. "I am blessing paying as high as..."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Whether low-risk investments make sense depends on your time horizon, risk tolerance and personal financial situation.
The Fed just might have triggered an early look at its dream trade—where short-term yields rise gradually and longer term rates rise more slowly.
There are plenty of reasons not to buy Alibaba. But do any of them tread water with Cramer?
If you’re looking to buy dips, Cramer wants you to know something.
U.S. investors should be concerned about Scotland's vote on independence, Jim O'Neill says.
The world's largest database company has matured and grown in to, what analyst Scott Kessler, considers a utility company.