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With all the earnings due to hit the Street next week, the Fast traders are expecting good things from old tech!
Trader Brian Kelly takes 'this' deal as confirmation that nat gas will become even more of a desired energy source in the future.
Find out why Fast trader Guy Adami thinks Google's next leg is lower.
"I’m not sure the market loved this move," says top Deutsche analyst Paul Sankey on the Halftime Report.
'No question Wall Street thinks it's risk on,' says Fast trader Pete Najarian reacting to key comments made by Ben Bernanke. But... should it be?
As stocks traded higher on Tuesday, the "Fast Money" traders monitored these market movers.
The Fast gang is taking a close look at the divergence between Apple and the Soxx. Who's telling the true tech story. Also, the Cisco trade and more!
Although the deadline for the U.S. debt ceiling draws near, investors don't seem terribly worried, a market pro notes.
'The most important development over the past 3 days is Chinese inflation numbers and what now follows,' says Jim O’Neill, chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management.
After David Einhorn bailed out of Yahoo! and Morgan Stanley downgraded Google, should you also turn your back on Internet giants?
Employment numbers may suggest the economy is looking at a double dip, but but the stock market action still suggests a robust second half.
A new photo adds fuel to the rumor of an Apple — China Mobile deal.
Although stocks are struggling to make a new highs for the year, a bull market may be hidden amid the broader S&P.
With the XLF exchange traded fund making a series of lower highs, the Fast traders weigh in on what it means and where they would put their money.
On Wednesday the Fast gang put Sprint back on the radar with chatter on the trading floor suggesting the company's fortunes might be about to change.
Greece recently passed austerity measures and appears to be on the road to a bailout, but strategic investor Dennis Gartman still believes the country will eventually default.
A slew of tech stocks including Netflix, Amazon, Dell, IBM, all traded at or near multi-year highs. If you're a bull, the Fast traders think this trend may be your friend.
Considering July ushered in, not only a new month, but also a new quarter and the second half of 2011, are Friday's gains a sign bulls are already off to the races?
The euro has practically moved up in straight line of late, now that Greece is on the verge of getting another bailout package. So what's next?
Find out why the analyst who was once one of the biggest Google bulls is now cautious about the search engine.
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