Robert Chapman, Chapman Capital, says he is adding aggressively to Herbalife despite Bill Ackman's criticism of the company. Also Chapman explains why he thinks the stock could hit $150 per share within a year.» Read More
Hurricane Sandy could spur gasoline shortages throughout the United States, as already-reduced refining capacity gets squeezed further, Tradition Energy’s Addison Armstrong said Monday on CNBC.
Apple could be facing a “black hole” next year, as it pauses between refreshing its top-selling iPhone and iPad, Jacob Internet Fund CEO Ryan Jacob said Friday on CNBC.
The better value between Apple and Amazon stock depends on a couple of things, Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget said Friday on CNBC.
Commodities trader Dennis Gartman has pared his gold positions due to a key Federal Reserve element, he told CNBC on Wednesday.
Facebook shares stand to gain as Apple and Google stocks appear to stall, Stifel Nicolaus Managing Director Jordan Rohan said Wednesday on CNBC.
Technicals suggest the S&P 500 could end the year as high as 1,550, after which the U.S. will go over the “fiscal cliff,” S&P Capital Chief Equity Strategist Sam Stovall said Wednesday at CNBC.
A cloud of uncertainty in the market ahead of the U.S. presidential election doesn’t bode well for stocks, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners said Wednesday on CNBC.
Caterpillar is among many companies sharing economic concerns for Europe. Kathy Lien, BK Asset Management, offers a play on the euro.
Fundamental indicators suggest that the market is poised to grow significantly over the next 12 to 15 months, Scott Wren of Wells Fargo Advisors said Friday on CNBC.
Google’s miss on quarterly earnings and revenues could be telling a larger story about the mobile space, Kim Forrest of Fort Pitt Capital said Friday on CNBC.
Geopolitical concerns could send crude oil toward $100 per barrel, Jeff Killburg of Killir Kapital Management said Wednesday on CNBC.
A few American auto companies show strength in China despite political friction, Citigroup analyst Itay Michaeli said Wednesday on CNBC.
Although not perfect, stock market conditions continue to improve to push the S&P 500 toward 1,575 by year end, Canaccord Genuity’s Tony Dwyer said Wednesday on CNBC.
Weakening prices midday don’t necessarily mean the rally has ended, “Fast Money” pros said Wednesday on CNBC.
Two things could send the S&P toward a level of 1,500, Jim Paulsen of Wells Capital Management told CNBC on Tuesday.
Apple has lost its edge to competitors, and its stock could become vulnerable, Seabreeze Partners founder Doug Kass told CNBC on Tuesday.
Hewlett-Packard could unlock upward of $5 a share in value by breaking up its divisions, UBS analyst Steven Mulinovich told CNBC on Monday.
There’s up to a 90 percent chance that stocks will post greater returns than bonds over the next 10 years, Vanguard Group co-founder John “Jack” Bogle told CNBC on Monday.
Crude prices will continue to drop, but gas prices won’t because of tight refinery capacity, Strategic Energy Advisors Chairman Tom Petrie said Friday on CNBC.
Stocks held their recent gains after Friday’s better-than-expected U.S. jobs report, suggesting higher market levels ahead, “Fast Money” traders said on CNBC.