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With McDonald’s, Yum Brands and Starbucks all making new highs on almost a weekly basis, should you still stick with 'what's working' for much longer?
Lately it seems as the euro goes, so goes the US stock market. But on Tuesday that didn't happen. Is the weak euro / weak S&P correlation coming to an end?
A couple of “Fast Money” pros largely brushed aside concerns about Iran’s effect on crude oil prices Tuesday, focusing instead on decreasing demand as the stronger factor in the commodities market.
Will buyer's regret derail Amazon’s attempt to steal market share from Apple’s iPad?
Zynga, with one of the most anticipated initial public offerings of the year, could spur a rally in one of its competitors, one investment pro said Monday on “Fast Money.”
According to Dennis Gartman, the string of lower highs is bad news for gold bulls.
Intel shares plummeted on the company’s lowered profit outlook Monday, leading the “Fast Money” experts to look at other stocks for a better play.
Is Europe so fragile that investors have no choice but to bet against risk, at least through end of year?
Diamond Foods stock soared nearly 53 percent Friday on its statement regarding an internal accounting probe, but “Fast Money” traders remained cautious.
Considering Iran said it captured an American drone, will lawmakers turn negative on the technology as they cut defense spending?
What stocks are free (less likely) from the influence of "Quant" traders? The Fast pros answer that and more of your questions!
Bank stocks rebounded midday Friday along with the broader market, but the “Fast Money” pros said that wasn’t reason enough to jump back into the trade.
The Fast pros believe a major market pattern remains intact – that is, positive developments in Europe drive the S&P higher but then gains don’t hold.
As large technology companies acquire smaller tech names that specialize in cloud computing, some think the future of tech is in “the cloud.”
Maybe gold isn’t all glitter — especially in a crisis, “Fast Money” traders said Thursday after the precious metal saw a midday sell-off.
“Fast Money” trader Patty Edwards thinks there’s a good reason why you should own Apple.
As financial stocks led the laggards in midday trading, two “Fast Money” sounded bearish tones on banks.
Strong holiday sales and new products should make Amazon.com and Apple big winners in the next quarter, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said on “Fast Money.”
Options action in this wheel maker suggests to Pete Najarian that this stock could be on the move.
Dennis Gartman signaled a shift away from gold and into equities Wednesday, leading “Fast Money” traders to examine what it means.