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Investors might have to give up on the idea a correction is inevitable, JPMorgan Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Tom Lee says.
Detroit may be a mess, but analysts say its automakers are in the best shape in decades. And U.S. March auto sales due out Tuesday should be strong.
As stocks pull back, Stephen Weiss says it's time to bet on technology and financials.
Barton Crockett, Lazard Capital Markets, explains what could go wrong for Netflix. CNBC's Robert Frank also weighs in on Reed Hastings' wealth.
Steve Milunovich, hardware analyst at UBS, explains why his company has lowered its numbers on Dell.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
Darrell Cronk, Wells Fargo Private Bank, explains why he is still cautious on financial stocks.
BlackBerry's better-than-expected earnings report boosts its value as a possible takeover target for a larger tech company, Jim Cramer says.
Despite worries that bank contagion could spread throughout Europe in another banking crisis, the financial sector ETF has dropped only 1.5 percent over the past week and a half. However, the effect of Cyprus could certainly been seen in the credit market.
Technology, financial and industrials are most attractive stock sectors, Oakmark Fund's Bill Nygren says.
It's been a bumpy road for Bank of America lately, but one option trader sees smooth sailing ahead.
Weakness in midday trading offers attractive entry points, OptionMonster's Pete Najarian says.
One firm believes there are reasons to take the other side of the "Sell in May" trade, making the case against selling now.
Bank analyst Dick Bove says the Cyprus bailout is positive for U.S. banks. Here's why.
The recent run-up in stocks could be reversing soon, Drexel Hamilton's Barry Sine says.
Call it bad timing or just back to reality, but the Standard & Poor's 500 all-time high has become a significant barrier to stock market gains.
Research by Wells Capital suggests that any sudden rise in bond yields after a Federal Reserve exit will benefit stocks.
The run in big bank stocks may not be over, say Wall Street analysts. And many are particularly positive on BofA and Citigroup this year.
“If you happen to be a refiner, you’re probably doing very well right now,” said Jim Cramer.
With the quarter quickly drawing to a close, Jim Cramer thinks the week ahead could be whopper.
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