The Federal Reserve's approval of the rule sends a clear signal, bank analyst Mike Mayo of CLSA says.» Read More
The Fast pros have spotted new signs of life in China. Its purchasing managers index rose back above 50 in September, pointing to expansion.
Chances are as you look ahead to next week, you're looking at the deluge of earnings reports about to flood the Street. This one matters most!
It appears there’s no clear direction for Treasurys this week, even with stocks gathering a head of steam. What does it tell you?
In our latest Money in Motion trade George Davis, chief technical strategist at RBC Capital Markets looks at positive expectations in the euro.
Green Mountain Coffee shrugged of David Einhorn’s bashing and spiked 5% Friday after Sun Trust reiterated their buy rating and $9 eps estimate. Should you dabble?
Even though profit increased 6%, earnings couldn't provide enough momentum for Microsoft to break out. Again the software giant stalled at $27-$28 resistance. What's the trade?
Financials are rallying, and Rochdale Securities’ Dick Bove is a buyer. Find out what names are on his radar.
Find out why Nick Colas, chief market strategist at Convergex group says stocks look quite cheap.
Looking at the energy sector, Pete Najarian has spotted bullish call buying in this stock.
General Electric traded lower on Friday after earnings matched Wall Street’s expectations. How should you trade it?
McDonald’s traded sharply higher on Friday after the Golden Arches reported some golden earnings. Third quarter net income rose by 9%. Should you buy high and sell higher?
With bulls starting to prevail even when headwinds are strong, how will you know if the market is about to break out?
Tired of getting whipsawed by every headline out of Europe. Pro trader Patty Edwards feels your pain.
As goes copper, so goes the market, MF Global’s Rich Ilczysyn said. And the downward slide isn't good.
Ready to pull your hair out. No need. Even in a market like this one - the Fast Money traders says look for single stock stories.
It’s going to take the financial institutions a couple of years to get back to a normal cycle, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman told the “Fast Money” team Wednesday.
Will a new CFTC regulation generate a rotation out commodities,and by proxy, the natural resource stocks?
Although he released a list of 10 favorites at the Value Investing Congress earlier in the week, top fund manager Leon Cooperman brings Fast Money an exclusive idea.
Should names like Nordstrom, Tiffany and Coach be on your buy list?
This company is the next big play in the cloud computing space, according to Goldman Sachs. But do the "Fast" traders think it's a buy?
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