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One of the world’s best known and most successful currency traders tells CNBC that the most likely path for the euro is higher.
With the S&P holding above 1400 and yields rising on the 10-year, should you position for a sharp move higher in the stock market?
Jon Najarian’s heat seeker has spotted unusual action in this energy name. What should you make of it?
After hitting $600 per share ahead of Friday’s new iPad release, Apple — along with a few select suppliers — might still be worth buying.
Should you put money to work in Cisco after the company’s latest acquisition? According to Pete Najarian, that would be a mistake.
If you’re betting on weak dollar trades, you might want to re-think your thesis.
A low price range in crude oil has solidified, leading commodities trader Mark Fisher said Wednesday.
On Wednesday, traders were closely looking at the action in Citi, wondering if the pullback was an opportunity to pull the trigger.
The head of MBF Clearing defended the company Wednesday against a CFTC lawsuit, saying customer funds were never in danger.
"It’s not a stock that I’d prefer – I think it’s a different company then it was 10-years ago and I think the op-end is indicative of that."
Strong potential sales of the new iPad and a dividend that looks increasingly likely led one analyst to raise Apple’s price target Tuesday to $699 per share.
Baffled by speculations that suggests Intel might launch an online pay TV service? We're hearing the move could be very shrewd.
As natural gas hit a 10-year low Tuesday, commodities trader Dan Dicker said a few stocks could triple.
If strong sales have piqued your interest in retailers, trade the space like this.
Recent management changes at PepsiCo were “a good step” but other factors could impact the stock over the next year or so, one analyst said Monday.
Top hedge fund manager Anthony Scaramucci reveals how the so-called smart money is positioning in this market to capture profits.
With the results of the latest stress tests coming Thursday, the pros turned to the charts, looking for the best trades.
Investors can expect a few banks to increase their dividends meaningfully, Rochdale Securities analyst Dick Bove said Monday.
On Friday, the Fast Money pros were taking a long hard look at Starbucks after a new catalyst emerged, one which we're hearing could drive shares sharply higher.
Despite jobs report, commodities trader Dennis Gartman still likes gold - in yen terms.