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Winds have shifted on Wall Street with bulls enjoying a breeze at their backs. But will the gains hold?
Marc Faber, who predicted the U.S. stock market crash in 1987, reveals the one energy stock he likes right now.
The S&P edged higher Friday after a week-long sell-off, with investors wondering if the market had found support, or if it was a pause before a larger pullback.
Why these four stocks are so active and how the "Fast Money" traders are playing it.
As anger spreads throughout the Arab world, retired Gen. Wesley Clark said Saudi Arabia will be the last country to see an uprising.
We're hearing that the parallels between now and the opening months of 2008 are really quite frightening. Get all the details!
With energy the one bright spot in an otherwise bleak market, should you get in too? Or is this trade about to reverse?
Craig Berger, an analyst at FBR Capital Markets, reveals his best second-derivative plays on Apple.
One analyst thinks so. Richard Kugele of Needham & Co. explains why the technology company remains one of his top picks for 2011.
On Tuesday, anxiety prevailed on Wall Street as investors tried to determine if the sell-off was a buying opportunity or the start of a bigger correction.
Thirteen retailers will give quarterly results next week, but which retail name has pricing power? The "Fast Money" traders discuss.
Valuations in tech have been called into question lately partly because the Nasdaq is flirting with its highest level in 10 years. Is it a sign of the top?
We're hearing that the scuttlebutt on the floor is that the move in cotton is a big short squeeze.
After a tabloid published pictures it purports to be of a frail-looking Steve Jobs, the "Fast Money" desk discusses his health and what it means for Apple's future.
The commodities trader explains why, and how he recommends trading it.
With unrest spreading across the Middle East, Israel has begun to use more aggressive tone in comments about Iran. Is energy about to become the market's wildcard?
Hot numbers out of China and turmoil in the Middle East sent commodities higher, Tuesday. But don't fret. The Fast traders have a slew of ways to profit from inflation.
"DRJ" reveals which consumer goods name is seeing very aggressive call buying on Tuesday.
With three firms having downgraded Walmart this month, the "Fast Money" traders debate whether the retail giant has lost its touch.
Upward momentum in the stock market may be dwindling, but the chip trade remains on fire. How are the Fast traders putting money to work?
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