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Sometimes stock picking forces investors to make tough decisions. Jim Cramer feels your pain.
You don't get to go behind the scenes to see underwriters bring an IPO to its first trade very often, but CNBC did it with Twitter.
Companies are in the headlines after Thursday's bell:
The U.S. economy beginning to see traction, says James Poterba, president of the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Economist Nouriel Roubini, renowned for his foretelling of doom and gloom in financial markets, has turned bullish in his 2014 outlook.
Ahead of the jobs number, "I would be a buyer of anything that needs a smokestack to make it all happen,” Cramer said.
Here's the problem with "buy and hold," says Stock Trader Daily's Thomas Kee: Do you have time to wait for it to pay off?
How much further can the Dow advance in 2014? Jim Cramer takes an in-depth look at the blue chip index.
Banks lead stocks higher. Are financials your best move in 2014, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Analysts have warned this year is unlikely to prove as lucrative for stocks as 2013 - although America is expected to outperform Europe yet again.
While some tech stock investors are concerned over a possible downturn, others note that there's more room to run. Re/code's Kara Swisher reports.
Stocks begin 2014 on the downside—but some of this may be tax related. Traders say investors are reluctant to book profits.
Strategists are optimistic, but there are several potential trouble spots to watch.
Don't bet your shirt on a repeat performance in the stock market. That's the message from some of the nation's biggest investment firms.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Some of Friday's midday movers.
Russia faces challenges assuring investors about its stability relative to other countries. Terrorist attacks may make those challenges worse.
What 10 stocks does trader Michael Farr think are going to deliver in 2014? Click ahead to find out.
CEOs today seem to only be interested in the price of their own stock. They’re failing to invest in jobs and growth, says CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
As 2013 ends, global market indexes are basking in some fairly meaty gains. Left out of the party, however, were emerging markets.
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