As Wall Street returns back to work, these S&P 500 stocks were busy all summer making big returns in investors' portfolios.» Read More
"I worry that we're getting complacent about geopolitical surprises," pro trader Art Cashin said on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
The summer's No. 1 stock so far has been undeniable, but you might not have notice the others on this list, USA Today reports.
It's the biggest complaint of the trading community this year: where has all the volume gone?
TrimTabs Chairman Charles Biderman also tells CNBC stocks are "rigged" due to low interest rates.
Caught in a tug of war between the opposing policy modes of a tightening U.S. Fed and an easing European Central Bank, yields have taken dramatic turns.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer thinks some investors are looking for tech in all the wrong places; lookin for tech in all the same faces.
Homeowners who want to cash out equity might be puzzled by their three choices: a home equity line of credit, home equity loan or cash-out refinance.
Alibaba filed an amended statement this morning ahead of its IPO, but investors are still waiting to see the terms.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
After sifting through his own results Cramer found he wasn’t always following this simple strategy, himself!
Cyclical stocks have the best potential for upside amid a U.S. recovery, JPMorgan Private Bank's Kate Moore says.
Amidst the lightest volume of the year, exchange-traded funds associated with China, Turkey, South Africa, and Brazil are gathering steam.
The lack of volume in this market might make it hard for the rally to continue, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
The Fed's low interest rates could bring a "scary" 50-60 percent market correction, technical analyst Abigail Doolittle tells CNBC.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Guess, Workday, Lear & more.
China's Alibaba reported a 46 percent jump in quarterly revenue as growth in the world's largest e-commerce market showed no signs of slowing.
You can’t turn around without hearing the S&P 500 printed 2,000, again, making another record. Can stocks possibly go higher?
Investors have been banking on a decline in the popularity of golf, with stocks that have exposure to the sport seeing an increase in short interest.
Despite all that should be hurting gold, the precious metal has traded flat for the month. Is that a bullish sign?
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