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These once-ballyhooed tech stocks are still hurting even while the broad Nasdaq composite index is hitting a 14-year high, USA Today reports
Junk bonds remain a solid investment for the time being, BlackRock's Jim Keenan says.
A glance at the chart makes the S&P 500 look expensive. But the fundamentals tell a different story.
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach thinks by 2020, the Fed may resurrect quantitative easing, its cure for rough markets. FT reports.
Investors should remain long and get ready to buy on pullbacks, funds manager Sarat Sethi says.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
As oil slides, energy stocks are badly underperforming the S&P. But investors could be getting this trade all wrong.
The fast-food chain is preparing to go public, seeking to tap stock market demand for popular casual dining companies, according to sources.
If you believe tensions in Russia will ultimately be resolved peacefully, the following 4 stocks may belong your radar.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
From longevity risk to interest-rate risk, here is a look at five investment risks and how people of every age face them.
In this market, negative bets can cost you an arm and a leg.
Bespoke's Paul Hickey sees three "buy" opportunities among heavily shorted stocks in the S&P 1500.
Investors do hours and hours of research before they buy, yet too many do only a few minutes of research before doing this.
Here's how to tell if excessive shorting will result in a reversal known as a short squeeze.
Despite the rough ride this summer due to international turmoil, stocks look like they're poised to continue their upward march, two market watchers tell CNBC.
Playing crude oil, with CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Options Action traders.
Making sense of Tesla, with CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Options Action traders.
The stock broke $1,000 for the first time in 1983, $10,000 in 1992 and $100,000 in 2006.
Much like that popular game show, you can't win in the market unless you know how to bid without 'going over'.
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