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Stocks moving sideways is good for a market at records where many sectors are overbought and few bargains exist.
Veteran fund manager Bob Olstein said boring is getting exciting. Here are his stock picks.
Saudi Arabia's oil minister publicly knocked talk of an OPEC "price war" but did little in the way of clarifying what the cartel will do about falling prices.
The remainder of the year will exceed expectations, as the stock market rips higher, strategist Tom Lee says.
$4,000 gold? No way! Here's why Ron Insana thinks the gold bulls are wrong and the precious metal is probably headed to $800.
This stock just reported the best quarter since 2007. Jim Cramer is chomping at the bit to buy more, and thinks it's about to roar.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
An unconfirmed rumor appears to be having a major impact on Wal-Mart options trading.
Crude oil prices could fall on a strengthened U.S. dollar, Raoul Pal of Global Macro Investor says.
Think that the market was uneventful on Tuesday? Not so fast, Jim Cramer sees these three sectors growing fast, which could lead to profits.
Can shares of Carnival keep cruising higher? Options traders seem to think so.
There are so many tailwinds in the market, a serious skeptic is starting to turn bullish. Find out why.
Going forward Wall Street pros sees a few big reasons to believe that stocks should grind higher.
U.S. stocks opened lower on negative sentiment in Europe, but the Shanghai Composite closed up 1 percent to a three-year-high.
Taking the time to rebalance your portfolio will ensure that your investment goals are still on track as life events occur.
A strong pipeline is what "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks separates these stocks from the rest.
After a rally in housing stocks, the CNBC "Fast Money" traders share their top trades.
Buybacks probably will increase 18 percent to $707 billion next year, according to an analysis from Goldman Sachs.
The Hong Kong-Shanghai stock link-up is one of the biggest developments in years for investors in international markets.
The S&P 500 has closed at a record high 39 times this year, despite concern over Ebola and conflict in Iraq and Ukraine.
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