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Why is this bull market, which has enabled the S&P 500 to climb within 6 percent of its Oct. 9, 2007, all-time high of 1,565.15, so disrespected?
The "Mad Money" host explains how action in Boeing's stock is a good sign for the stock market at large.
ETF investors are going risk-on into earnings season, Matt Hougan says.
Investors used to navigating their way around Wall Street now have Washington to contend with as well.
Adding to a rising chorus of analysts warning of a potential bond market crash in 2013 is David Roche, president of Independent Strategy, who points to the most "dangerous" asset to own.
Peripheral European stocks, in particular Greece, are going to be the source of real value for investors, according to one analyst.
After poring through the latest earnings release from Goldman Sachs, Cramer was nothing short of shocked.
Joy Global CEO Mike Sutherlin revealed new proprietary insights about China's economy closely followed by his company. Is growth back?
Goldman bond underwriting business revenues grew 50 percent. JPMorgan's 79 percent. Can they keep this up?
HSBC, which had forecasted gold prices would hit $2000 per ounce in the second-half of 2012, is now paring back its forecasts for 2013.
There's a "50-50 chance" that Dell would be taken private — private equity billionaire Wilbur Ross told CNBC Tuesday, in reaction to reports that the computer maker is in talks with PE firms about a potential $20 billion-plus buyout.
According to Cramer a shift is underway. You’d best position for it now.
Apple stock prices could lose 50 to 80 percent of its value from a high of $705, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz says.
Lowe's shares have never reached $40, but one long-term trader is betting that they will climb to that level by early next year.
If mom-and-pop investors are always the last ones to the stock party, it may be time to call a cab.
TheStreet.com says these five firms are getting ready to boost dividends ... they just don't know it yet.
On Thursday, Delta Air Lines gaped up to trade at its highest level since 2011, before finishing the day up 1.5 percent. So how should you play it?
Bargain-hunting traders in the mining space have turned to Barrick Gold.
Next week, the social meet giant will host a press event. One Street.com reporter details how to trade it.