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These 10 tips can help you navigate the mortgage process in 2015.
Jim Cramer agrees with Peltz about a breakup for Dupont. Here's how to play it.
Art Cashin, UBS' director of floor operations at the NYSE, told CNBC that what happened in Paris did not shake the markets.
Retail analyst Stacey Widlitz says that layoffs have been a long time coming in an industry with too many stores.
History says the best play is to buy biotech stocks the day before the JPMorgan meeting starts and hold until the end.
These stocks are like freight trains on a roll—they keep plowing ahead of the market for going on the sixth straight year, USAT reports.
US banks see volatility. Is there trouble on the earnings horizon? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Will a strong dollar whack tech and hurt earnings? The king dollar trade, and a company that's likely to suffer most, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
The U.S. is still the best place in the world to invest money, Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, CIO of private wealth management at Goldman Sachs, tells CNBC.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
Feeling a little more flush this year? Well, you soon could be – the fall in oil prices is expected is free up $700 for each U.S. household.
U.S. stocks are trading at their highest level relative to earnings since WWII, according to a measure from Jim Paulsen of Wells Capital Management.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer on the players that could keep tearing it up in 2015.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Thursday's broad U.S. rally left no shortage of moves, and eight traders on CNBC's "Fast Money" saw plays across a variety of areas.
What's your favorite investing adage? Here are some from Bankrate.
Jim Cramer teaches investors about the importance of timing—and when to smell a rat in the market.
Jim Cramer reviews the Top 10 stocks of the S&P 500 for 2014. Will they be winners again this year?
The dividend play was supposed to be long gone by now. Yes, well, about that.
Investors who believe in a long-term recovery in oil prices should look to exploration and production companies, said David Tameron.
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