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The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The top 1 percent of earners (incomes in excess of $615,000) are paying nearly half -- 45.7 percent -- of individual income taxes for tax year 2014.
Jim Cramer educates investors on the best approach to dealing with taxes in a portfolio, to make the most on profits.
Rich Ross of Evercore ISI explains why a recent pullback in transports will set the stage for a massive rally in stocks.
Professor Cramer heads back to the classroom to review the basics of investing, starting with saving! Because you can't invest without savings.
The U.S. stock market may be having a roller-coaster year, but you won't find many screaming investors riding the tracks.
Professor Cramer heads back to the classroom to talk about stock valuations. What the heck is a PEG ratio, and how do you calculate it? find out here
Professor Cramer heads back to the classroom to review the basics of investing, and where to start.
New revelations revealed in the flash crash investigation.
Pioneer Natural Resources CEO Scott Sheffield says he's optimistic the U.S. will lift an oil export ban after recent meetings with lawmakers.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Amgen, Yahoo, Chipotle & more.
Despite disappointing earnings and sluggish growth relative to global markets, U.S. stocks can still move higher, experts said.
One big trader is expecting Microsoft shares to rally when the tech giant reports earnings on Thursday.
Norway's largest energy company is cutting costs the hard way rather than scaling back production activity, Statoil CEO Eldar Saetre tells CNBC.
We are finally in the heart of earnings season, and two clear trends are emerging.
Ten S&P 500 stocks have been looked down up upon by investors despite the potential to generate gains, USAT reports.
There's "something wrong" with considering lifting oil sanctions on Iran, but not the U.S. ban on exporting domestic crude, oilman Harold Hamm says.
The Janus Capital bond guru believes that German debt is representing a huge opportunity.
"Between weather [and] the dollar, I think it's going to be a kitchen sink quarter," Stephen Wood of Russell Investments told CNBC.
If company earnings are cooked, so is the market, according to Greenlight Capital.
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