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Crude oil prices dipped Monday and could continue the downward trend, “Fast Money” experts said.
Top Citi analyst Deb Wienswig says this retailer should definitely be on your radar as the holiday shopping season gets into full swing.
“The euro spiked higher but the S&P didn’t spike higher and that’s troubling for the bulls – it suggests the market wants to explore lower levels,” says trader Steve Grasso.
According to top technical analyst Mary Ann Bartels, the S&P wants to test 1200 and whether it bounces or breaks will inform the next big move.
The Fast Money traders were closely watching the decline in Darden as investors hit the sell button after a Morgan Stanley downgrade.
Jon Najarian has spotted unusual options activity in a top pharma name and an under the radar communications company. Find out what he makes of it!
A new board member gives company a lift ahead of Monday's earnings report.
Considering gold has done nothing but march higher for quite some time, is it prudent to compare gold to another tangible asset that also marched higher - housing?
European 'recession,' soft demand could mean oil at $80 a barrel.
On Friday chatter on the floor had everything to do with the potential of a game changing event happening over week-end when the NYSE is closed.
Large commercial banks have too much exposure to Europe, so market pros recommends investing in regional banks.
With the price of Brent crude “sticky,” MercBloc’s Dan Dicker has his eye on some oil services companies that he thinks are undervalued.
Again traders were attempting to predict the next big move in gold, after the precious metal made its largest one-day fall this month.
The Fast Money pros found price hikes at Starbucks quite interesting; they don't think Starbucks really needed them.
Abercrombie had been a trader’s darling with shares climbing earlier in the year, sometimes even when the over-all S&P 500 was in broad decline. But don't buy this dip.
If you're focused on the sharp gains in crude, there's something you probably don't know - but should.
Banks landed on the trader radar after the latest 13F filings offered some insight on how top investors are playing the space.
Oil prices continued to march higher Tuesday, nearing $100 per barrel. But Stephen Schork, editor of The Schork Report, told the “Fast Money” team the sharp gains make no reasonable or logical sense.
Sick and tired of getting whipsawed by the wild swings in the market? The Fast pros feel your pain and they have a plan.
On Tuesday, the Fast Money pros were closely watching gains in Intel. Is the action a sign this stock wants to break out?