Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at the volatility index and sees that there will be a bumpy road ahead, courtesy of this event.» Read More
Is Ali Baba the best in tech? Should investors expect blowout earnings? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Although pros expect November to be volatile, they're also looking for the rally to advance further. But not all sectors are buys.
Stocks launch into November at record highs, but that does not mean the volatility that punctuated October's roller-coaster trading will end.
The Chartmeister looks at whether it's time to pull the plug on utilities, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
Markets have rebounded sharply since touching correction territory on October 15, with two S&P sectors posting double-digit gains since.
Markets should look for "a significant political risk premium on the price of Brent" if nuclear arms talks between Iran and world powers fail.
Citigroup stock still looks on track to double in the next four years, CLSA's Mike Mayo says.
Ignoring the hottest stocks around, Dan Kozlowski of the Janus Contrarian Fund says that he sees value in three stocks.
Hedge fund founder Marc Lasry tells CNBC he sees opportunity in energy stocks, given the recent pullback on plunging oil prices.
Art Cashin of UBS says before individual investors hit the buy button, there’s something they should know.
Japan's Government Pension Investment Fund announced it will put half its assets in stocks and cut its holdings of government bonds, boosting global markets.
Some of Thursday's midday movers:
Shares of Bristol-Myers hit a 13-year high on Thursday. So why was one big trader getting bearish?
Jim Cramer sits down with the CEO of popular video game maker Take-Two Interactive Software to find out what other tricks are up their sleeve.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Used in small doses, these funds can stabilize a portfolio. But they carry risks.
Jim Cramer announces his best-of-breed stock picks. Those that will always circle back, because success is a part of their DNA.
The uncertainty in the stock market and weakness in the global economy doesn't have to be this bad, says Dennis Gartman.Could Germany do more for Europe?
Three dot-com stocks have plenty of upside ahead, Ken Allen of T. Rowe Price says.
If you’re nearing retirement and a sizable portion of your portfolio is in bonds, you’re dancing with the "Three Musketeers," Pimco's Tony Crescenzi says.