If earnings are driving the rally, then next week is going to be very telling. "I want to be careful of some stocks," Cramer said.» Read More
Thomas Strauss, Cowen Group vice chairman, explains why he believes fixed income prices are high, and it's time for investors to consider moving into equities.
Marc Faber told CNBC on Tuesday that he owns gold as an "insurance policy" despite a possible correction.
The strength or weakness of the U.S. dollar is influenced by four features - quantitative easing, the "fiscal cliff," the U.S. debt ceiling and more ratings downgrade.
Shares of the world’s largest smartphone maker Samsung Electronics are expected to surge 50 percent in 2013, on the back of a stellar performance last year.
Uwe Parpart, Managing Director and Head of Research at Reorient Financial Markets explains why the U.S. Federal Reserve won't be returning to traditional monetary policy any time soon.
Apple bears may have knocked off roughly a quarter of the company's stock price since September, but R.W. Baird senior analyst Will Power still sees value in the beaten-up tech giant.
"It's speculative, but I think we could have a real opportunity here," said Cramer
Expect Samsung to challenge Apple's dominace in the tablet market with the..."phablet", Andrew Milroy VP, ICT Practice, Asia Pacific at Frost & Sullivan, told CNBC.
According to Jim Cramer, this stock may be a classic case of buy high and sell higher.
Here's the simple facts: last year was good for dividends. Total cash payout for the S&P 500 was up 18 percent. A little over 400 of the 500 companies in the S&P (80 percent) paid a dividend. That's the good news. Now the bad news...
Dan Loeb's Third Point was the clear hedge fund standout in a horrible year for the industry as almost nine out of 10 managers underperformed the S&P 500.
Soozhana Choi, Head of Commodities Research, Asia at Deutsche Bank is bullish on base metals on the back of China's growth rate returning to 8% by the second half of this year.
This could be the most difficult earnings season in years, revealed "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer. Here’s what’s on his radar.
With stocks near five-year highs, it's time to be a seller, Stuart Frankel's Steve Grasso says.
A correction might be around the corner for the S&P 500, technician Mary Ann Bartels says.
In markets unused to major surprises, the news that several members of the Federal Reserve’s governing body wanted to halt its quantitative easing program earlier than expected caused a kerfuffle.
The Street.com reports on some small agricultural stocks investors should know.
Fortinet fell hard last quarter, and the bears came back yesterday.
The stock market is presenting an opportunity, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.
After chatting with the CEO, Cramer thinks you’ll find this food stock kinda' tasty.