Jim Cramer says this isn’t the kind of stock that he normally recommends. But given the opportunity, he can’t help himself.» Read More
Dennis Gartman of "The Gartman Letter" says he's staying out of stocks for a month or more.
Steer clear of certain deductions or risk the ire of the IRS.
Don't let your kids play with the sellers' kids' toys, and more tips for homebuyers.
The Department of the Treasury announced plans to sell 95 million shares of Ally Financial Inc. to raise $2.38 billion in the company's IPO.
The Justice Department is investigating whether a Citigroup unit failed to alert the government about suspicious banking transactions along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services tells CNBC's Bob Pisani why he's concerned about strong buying in the bond market.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Reacting to an article suggesting Warren Buffett has lost his touch, CNBC's Jim Cramer looks at Berkshire Hathaway's stocks and likes what he sees.
Money managers Martin Sass and Susan Byrne lay out their best stock picks in the "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio challenge. They like some health care companies.
At first glance Greece may not look promising, but investors are gaining appetite for its debt.
Limited capital? Cramer has identified a stock that currently trades between $50-$100, that he likes a lot.
Companies in the news before the bell:
With the Nasdaq leaving no mercy for high-fliers, one analyst is making a big call on Netflix stock.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon just released his annual shareholder letter and Jim Cramer says it’s a must read!
There’s been a lot of talk about what happens if Putin cuts off oil and gas supplies to Ukraine.
Two money managers add their stock picks to the "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio contest, with some big names making an appearance.
It may be time for a new metal to shine. Palladium is up 7% year to date and analysts say it's still got room to run.
Jim Cramer has spotted some terrible price action in a fundamentally solid company, and he thinks it’s a good omen!
Shares of La Quinta fell as much as 2 percent in their trading debut on Wednesday, though they later rebounded and rose slightly.
Declines inside the market are not always as they appear. And if you don’t understand what’s actually happening, you could stumble badly.
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