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Here's why investors should stick with utility stocks in a rising rate environment, analyst David Burk says.
Foot Locker, which derives most of its sales from Nike, trades at a much more favorable valuation than Nike.
On CNBC's "Fast Money," as part of their Madness challenge, the traders debate what is the better chip stock: Intel or Qualcomm?
The Sohn Investment Conference is back on this year for its 20th edition, and the money managers slated to speak are as big as ever.
While investors pile into megacap names like Apple and Facebook, search giant Google has badly lagged. But David Seaburg says now is the time to buy.
Investors should sit up and take notice of Tuesday's housing starts miss because the data is directly plugged into GDP.
One tech giant could soon be crushed by the speedily rising greenback.
There's a group of stocks in the S&P 500 that's trading in the feared "death cross," a phenomenon chart analysts use to determine bearish trends.
American Airlines benefits more than most airlines from the oil price drop because it's not locked into higher fuel costs, CEO Doug Parker tells CNBC.
More than two-thirds of respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey see the first interest rate hike coming in August, a month ahead of the prior survey.
All of the sudden, stocks don't seem to care about the Fed potentially becoming less "patient."
For his latest "New Ideas" column, CNBC's Brian Sullivan discusses the big worry in the market today: the unrelenting rise in the U.S. dollar.
Time for sport brackets? “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer’s got the list of Wall Street ballers that will make you more money.
Photo-sharing application company Pinterest has raised $367 million in its latest round of funding, according to a filing with the SEC.
Jim Cramer is seeing an unusual trend in the market lately, which has set these stocks on fire.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Although it may not seem so in volatile markets, investing in stocks is a sound, long-term way to build wealth. It also offers some tax advantages.
Russia is trouble thanks to low oil prices, Jeff Saut, chief investment strategist at Raymond James, told CNBC.
Exploration and production firms have issued nearly $9 billion in stock this year, well above recent first-quarter totals.
Investors have poured more than $500 million into so-called smart beta funds. Do you need one?