FMHR trader Josh Brown questions the rush to raise interest rates. And the FMHR traders, and Robert Sechan, UBS Private Wealth Management, provide perspective.» Read More
From social media madness to the rocky rollout of Obamacare, our traders had you covered in a big week of "Fast Money."
"I think the one thing we're really missing is animal spirits," Laszlo Birinyi says.
"We think we're seeing some early signs of a bubble," Adam Jonas of Morgan Stanley says.
Will Power, RW Baird, explains why he upgraded Netflix to a buy and pushed its price target to $420 per share.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events from Europe today, as the euro closes lower for the fifth straight session.
"You've seen massive risk aversion," Heather Loomis, executive director of fixed income at JPMorgan Private Bank, told CNBC.
Bill Ackman is preparing another major presentation on Herbalife, a source says.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
"I think you have to reassess the asset allocation story right now," Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
Bruno Del Ama, Global X Social Media ETF, weighs in on Facebook's "phenomenal" earnings numbers. He worries about any signals about future growth of the social media giant.
Are small and mid-cap stocks breaking down? Bryant Vancronkhite, Wells Capital Management, weighs in and shares why he is buying Patterson Energy.
Investors should be sticking to stocks, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
Rich Greenfield, an analyst at BTIG, admits he was too bearish for too long on Facebook, and explains why he's excited about the social network's stock now.
Michael Patcher, Wedbush Securities, explains why he is sticking with his bearish case on Netflix.
The "Fast Money" traders react to Blackrock's Larry Fink's warning of a market bubble. CNBC's Steve Liesman says cooperate profits have been doing better than the economy as a whole.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.
Westwood Holding Group’s Mark Freeman has investment recommendations for companies less dependent on Fed stimulus.
The "Fast Money" traders look at the action in the euro and the incredibly strong numbers coming out of the U.K. and Germany.
Famed investors like Carl Icahn and Bill Miller consider Apple a "no-brainer." Toni Sacconaghi, Bernstein Research senior analyst, explains why Apple did not have a great quarter.
Shares of Yelp have tripled this year. Jon Najarian, Optionmonster, and Mike Murphy, Rosecliff Capital, debate whether investors should be long on Yelp.