The stock of a beauty retailer Ulta shed more than 20 percent on Friday and Ulta's balance sheet has been showing red flags for quarters.» Read More
Looking for a steady-eddie stock? Jim Cramer has a little trick.
Some investors are starting to wonder if Apple's relatively strong earnings might ignite the next leg higher. Jim Cramer investigates.
The Fast Money traders discuss whether to be bullish or bearish on Boeing.
A couple of factors suggest that the stock market has room to run, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
As Apple is scheduled to report second quarter earnings Tuesday, analysts and shareholders alike are expecting a disappointing quarter.
The benefits of original content and better international profitability should continue to help Netflix stock say analysts.
Goldman Sachs Tuesday reversed its high-profile call to short gold, which it made two weeks ago, just before the metal sunk into bear market territory. So what's behind the quick change of heart?
After German 10-year bund yields fell to their lowest for several months, renowned economist Jim O'Neill told CNBC he would not invest in the safe haven debt.
Home builders have been pausing after a big run, and yesterday momentum buyers came back to the group.
China's weak PMI reading puts the nation's recovery in question as economists recalibrate growth projections lower for the economy.
GE reported a decline in revenues and JPMorgan downgraded the stock. TheStreet.com takes a closer look at GE's performance.
After Caterpillar slashed its 2013 guidance, investors should tread carefully, says one analyst.
A number of key indicators suggest a near-term market pullback is in the works, Brian Belski, BMO capital markets chief investment strategist, tells CNBC.
Barry Rosenstein, JANA Partners, explains how he detects attractive investment opportunities in undervalued companies, such as his 7.4% stake in Ashland last week.
Pro trader Rich Ilczyszyn looks at the key levels for gold.
The recent fall in gold prices reflects a loss of faith in quantitative easing measures by central banks in the West, says one strategist.
A greater-than-usual number of companies have reported disappointing revenue results and tepid guidance this quarter, leading strategists to expect a more volatile time for stocks.
Volatile markets have made defensive stocks attractive, but after Coke and Pepsi's strong earnings reports, it might be time to look elsewhere.
IBM's awful earnings performance in the first quarter likely foretells a rough time ahead for the stock market.
Banks have shored up their balance sheets and continue to rack up the profits, while disappointing investors who are worried about growth.