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It's still too soon to call a bottom in housing, much less the start of a boom, Yale's Robert Shiller says.
Following President Obama's comments, the "Fast Money" traders offer ways to play the market.
"Fast Money" pros Jon Najarian of OptionMonster and Enis Taner of RiskReversal.com face off on the shipping giant's stock.
Widely-followed bank analyst Meredith Whitney on Tuesday turned bullish on bank stocks, but not every trader agrees.
Buy the dip in stocks now and sell on any "fiscal cliff" deal, Mike Santoli of Yahoo! Finance says.
Is Wal-Mart a bargain? The FMHR traders debate the play on the stock. Also, Bill Taubman, Taubman Centers COO, has the numbers on which retailers will emerge as the winners this season.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss Wal-Mart and whether the stock is something investors should want in their portfolios.
As Apple's shares continued to slide, a buying opportunity may present itself soon, OptionMonster's Pete Najarian says.
Apple's TV innovation will be in software, not hardware, said Porter Bibb of Media Tech Capital Partners.
Long-term development in China and across Asia promises great opportunity, William Lauder says.
The Fast Money traders debate whether to buy or sell RIM at seven-month highs?
Investors would do well to tune out a few things, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
The Federal Reserve's latest action will benefit a few trades, commodities trader Dennis Gartman says.
Will the stock market's rally following the Federal Reserve's actions continue?
Ahead of Wednesday's FOMC meeting, all eyes were on Ben Bernanke.
As sales of PCs decline, there are still strong technology plays for 2013, Walter Price says.
With the "fiscal cliff" looming, the CNBC "Fast Money" pros reveal what moves they're making now.
Watch these two financial stocks, Stuart Frankel's Steve Grasso says.
The stock market appears poised to set new 2012 highs, Mike Murphy of Rosecliff Capital says.
Trading of Apple shares are "problematic," and management could teach the market a lesson, Joe Terranova says.