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Apple shares are headed lower in the near-term, Rosecliff Capital's Mike Murphy says.
Apple faces a tremendous turnover in its shareholder base, Sanford Bernstein's Tony Sacconaghi says.
Expect Facebook's mystery announcement to disappoint, venture capitalist Porter Bibb says.
A Dell buyout won't happen, Sanford Bernstein Senior Analyst Toni Sacconaghi says.
Citigroup analyst Glen Yeung says that the Apple stock might be exhibiting signs of being range-bound.
Rather than trying to figure out where Apple stock is headed next, the best bet might be to wait, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
Better look twice. A bull may come stampeding around the corner at any given moment.
A little less optimism means a lower price target for Apple, Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray says.
A couple of financial names could lead banking sector stocks higher in 2013, says Gerard Cassidy of RBC Capital Markets.
Two sectors appear to lead the broader stock market for 2013, says Erik Ristuben of Russell Investments.
Herablife will file an update on Q4 performance next week. CNBC's Herb Greenberg discusses his interview with Herbalife CEO Michael Johnson.
Ahead of a scheduled announcement from Facebook, Rosecliff Capital's Mike Murphy says he expects big growth.
Amid a stock rally, Shelter Harbor Capital's Brian Kelly sees a potential headwind.
The decline underway in stocks is positive for investors, Josh Brown says.
Fears of a bubble in bonds are overblown, PIMCO Executive Vice President Tony Crescenzi says.
On Wall Street, the retail investor is often seen as the dumb money. But those days may be over.
Strong fundamentals and dominant market positions make three biotech/pharma names stand out, Barbara Ryan says.
Is Netflix back? The streaming video service is kicking off 2013 with a new deal for premium content from Warner Brothers Television Group, including TV shows airing this season.
A signal from the Federal Reserve could be bearish for gold in U.S. dollar terms, Dennis Gartman says.
Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says stocks have room to run.