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Sometimes the market is overflowing with bargains. Other times those bargains aren’t such a deal.
Companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Bed Bath & Beyond, Cinedigm & more
A downward revision in the GDP only adds to investors' concerns, says veteran trader Art Cashin.
After retreating from highs in early March, shorts sellers in the S&P 500 have returned over the last eight weeks.
The SEC finally issued an order to start a pilot to trade small caps in increments other than a penny.
Renewable energy stocks have been notoriously volatile, but there are more options now for investors to use less-risky green stock ETFs.
Of the 30 stocks on the Dow, only seven have not hit 52-week highs this year. Is it time to bet on these underperformers?
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Do you worry about saving enough so you won't run out of money in your golden years? You might actually be saving too much for retirement.
Despite a recent downward GDP revision, a couple of sectors still stand to perform well, Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker says.
Gloom and doomers are getting worked up about a potential spike in volatility but Ron Insana says hang on, we're not on the fast track to catastrophe.
Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell.
Will the Macarena once again sweep the nation? Maybe not, but some still say it feels like 1996. Here's why some are bracing for a quick correction.
Stocks reverse course, retreating from record highs set earlier in the day. Weakness in energy stocks causes selling.
Cramer knows those big mutual funds are trying to win your money. He says don’t give it to them.
Tony Dwyer has the highest S&P target on the Street. So why is he calling for a 10 percent drop?
Vertex Pharmaceuticals' spike Tuesday had investors looking for the next breakout stock. UBS's Matt Roden likes these names.
Officials are subpoenaing Dean Foods for information on activist investor Carl Icahn and golfer Phil Mickelson, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Take a look at some of Tuesday's midday movers.
A sell-off could be on the way, a leading fund manager warned, describing the low-interest-rate environment as like "Alice in Wonderland."