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Up 33% ytd, Netflix is emerging as the best performer in the S&P. And hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson thinks gains are just starting.
On speculation that Apple and Target might be looking at a store-within-a-store agreement, the “Fast Money” pros unanimously said such a deal would be better for one company.
Beaten down in the past year, Netflix found buyers among the “Fast Money” experts this week.
Always on the prowl for options activity, Jon Najarian has spotted some interesting action in Sara Lee and two other stocks.
Earnings season gets underway on Monday with Alcoa reporting after the close. And ahead of the results, the Fast gang smells a trade.
Almost every day investors are forced to reconcile positive US data against negative developments overseas. Which will ultimately drive the stock market?
Ahead of the annual “Health Care Super Bowl” next week, the “Fast Money” pros picked a few of their favorite plays.
Google shares slipped more than 1 percent Thursday after a couple of downgrades on word of a slowdown in European ad revenue, but one “Fast Money” pro remained bullish.
If you have S&P gains, should you take profits now? Is the stock market heading for a brick wall?
If you’re a trader who believes that options action can predict a big stock move, there are three names you should know about.
With the XPH returning about 11% over the past year, can the relatively defensive Pharma sector continue to perform?
For quite some time, money pros have been saying the day will come to get back into financials. According to Jon and Pete Najarian, it’s today.
Chipotle shares rose more than 2 percent Wednesday after Goldman Sachs highlighted the fast-food chain, but not all “Fast Money” pros were lining up for Mexican food.
Gold bulls are feeling more comfortable as the precious metal rose more than 2½ percent on positive economic data, but is it time to get in the trade?
After the saber ratting from Iran settles, the pros expect a broad theme to emerge in energy - rotation out of dividend payers and into higher beta.
Strong Apple products in the pipeline — and a possible dividend — led one “Fast Money” analyst to predict the company had a lot more upside in 2012.
In 2010 and 2011, early strength in the market lasted until late spring. Will current momentum endure for a few months only to erode by June?
Utilities outperformed all other sectors in the SPDR space, but the “Fast Money” traders said 2012 looks to perform differently.
Will Apple continue to wow the crowds in 2012? Our pros say it will do that, and more.
The “Dogs of the Dow” were up an average of nearly 13 percent this year, but will all the stocks in the pack have their day?