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Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital makes the case for a continued stock rally.
The Futures Now team discusses whether the sell-off in the red metal is a bad sign for stocks.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Charts suggest that the stock market rally has further to go, Mike Harris says.
Carl Icahn's bid for Dell comes with risk – and potential upside – for shareholders, Joe Terranova and Jon Najarian say.
It's time to get out of retailer stocks, S&P Capital CIO Erin Gibbs says.
Even after a week with all-time stock highs, the market still holds opportunity, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.
Hedge fund titan Jim Chanos has missed something in shorting Dell, Carl Icahn says.
Investor Carl Icahn criticized the proposed $24.4 billion buyout by founder Michael Dell and private equity firm Silver Lake Partners, calling it a "great giveaway."
Discussing whether you should be bullish or bearish on Hewlett-Packard, with the FMHR team.
The recent stock market rallies have only the Federal Reserve's monetary policy to thank, DoubleLine Capital's Jeff Gundlach said Thursday on CNBC.
Investors are overlooking Facebook's potential at their own peril, Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors said Thursday on CNBC.
Leon Cooperman reveals how he got back into Apple stock — and won.
Michael Karsch, Karsch Capital, says cheap money has caused him to change the way he invests.
There is no shortage of cheap stocks, says Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors, who shares two new positions.
Three stocks still have strong upside, hedge fund manager Brian Shapiro says.
A significant risk awaits financials, Tilden Park CIO Josh Birnbaum says.
The stock market could experience a crash within two years, bearish economist Nouriel Roubini says.
Where to put your money in financials, with Brad Berning, Pine River Capital Management and FMHR traders Pete and Jon Najarian.
Shares of Google are up roughly 20 percent year-to-date. FMHR traders Pete and Jon Najarian debate how to play the stock now.