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Herbalife reports quarterly earnings after the closing bell. But which way is the stock likely to head?
A pop in Bank of America stock isn't enough to sell, Stephen Weiss says.
Herbalife is set to report its earnings after today's closing bell, with the FMHR traders; and Weyerhaeuser CEO Dan Fulton, discusses the U.S. housing industry.
Stocks continue to make gains, but not because of investor optimism, Josh Brown says.
Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn faces off against Apple over the tech giant's cash hoard, with CNBC's Kate Kelly.
Hedge fund manager Daniel Loeb has sold part of his long position in the nutrition company Herbalife, a source told CNBC.
Recent M&A activity makes sense, Mike Santoli of Yahoo! Finance says.
"Fast Money" pros weigh in on Apple stock after well-known money managers stake positions.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn explained taking the opposite side of Bill Ackman's short bet on Herbalife.
Is Carl Icahn's massive bullish position in Herbalife disclosed Thursday just a personal vendetta against Bill Ackman?
Hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, who made a $1 billion bet against the stock, told CNBC he remains convinced "Herbalife is a pyramid scheme," despite Carl Icahn stake.
Carl Icahn bought 14 million shares of Herbalife, according to a 13-D filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
John Taylor of FX Concepts says market indicators point to a short-term Valentine's Day peak.
Warren Buffett's acquisition of Heinz is a winner, Whitney Tilson of T2 Partners says.
A few stocks still offer opportunity, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.
The FMHR traders debate whether Whole Foods is a buy after the stock plummeted on its earnings; and some of the Street's biggest money is bailing on Apple, with Whitney Tilson, T2 Partners Managing Partner.
Leon Cooperman liquidated his Apple stock and purchased Facebook, according to a 13F filing. Is it time to buy Apple?
Major shareholders oppose Dell's $24.4 billion leveraged buyout, claiming that the current offer of $13.65 per share is a steal for Dell, but a miss for shareholders.
Investors should look at reducing their exposure to beta, Joe Terranova says.
Fundamentals aren't blockbuster, but a few signs suggest stocks are a better bet, David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff + Associates says.