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As oil bounces off the lows, not every energy name is along for the ride. Here are the stocks that could "overshoot to the downside" now.
These 6 consumer stocks have phenomenal 25-year returns, proving why investors like Warren Buffett stick with them in good times and bad.
Expectations for corporate profits are somewhat troublesome, BlackRock strategist Russ Koesterich tells CNBC. But he sees light at the end of the tunnel.
Investors are gearing up for a tough earnings season. But one trader says even dull earnings numbers won't slow the market down.
Contrarian investing is back in play and CNBC Pro has some of the top ideas on the Street.
"The market is frenetic here. What I see is a two-tier market," said Acampora. "Under the surface there are some issues not doing well at all."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer dives in to Carnival Cruise Lines stock, and how it managed to pull off a massive turnaround.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
These ETFs can protect your portfolio from rising interest rates or currency variations.
Following news of a possible merger between Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group, CNBC's Fast Money traders said now my be a good time to play oil.
If history is any indication, the 10-year could encounter some trouble when the Fed releases its minutes.
Jim Cramer thinks the FedEx acquisition could signal a big opportunistic trend that could sweep the U.S.
Most assets are priced on the high side of fair, and there's nothing absolutely cheap, Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks told CNBC.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Parker still believes the S&P 500 could hit 3,000 by 2020. Here's where he's investing.
Investors need to be wary of fixed income overall and municipal bonds specifically, says fund manager Christopher Ryon.
High valuations in the market are a result of U.S. corporations that are running their businesses vigilantly, said David Kostin of Goldman Sachs.
As a potentially tough earnings season approaches, here's why investors may want to bet on the financials.
The more you know about your real mutual fund return, the more you're likely to keep for yourself, reports USA Today.
Keene on the Market's Andrew Keene explains why Alibaba could rally 30% by the end of the year.