Paul Meeks, who ran two technology-based mutual funds in the 1990s, recalls the perks and perils of the dot-com boom and bust.» Read More
Pete Najarian’s proprietary heat seeker is at it again.
On Friday, JC Penney is expected to report its second consecutive quarterly loss as well as slumping sales. Are results getting so bad, you should buy?
Hard as it may be to believe, McDonald’s is currently among the worst performing Dow stocks for 2012? How’s that even possible?
Dennis Gartman says current turbulence in the gold market bears a strong resemblance to the final volatile days of WWI. If you’re trading metals, we hope you know your history.
According to proprietary research from top Bernstein analyst Tony Sacconaghi, Apple is seriously considering a stock split.
When you go to trial, sometimes things you wanted kept private are made public. Seems like that's happening to Apple.
Few people know more about commodities than Renee Haugerud. And what she sees happening in ‘the softs’ has her very worried.
They may be popular with investors, but if you’re a tech investor UBS says you won’t find gains with these two widely held stocks.
Despite a sluggish economy and uncertainty in Europe, the Dow is flirting with a 4 ½ year high. How can that be?
Wal-Mart is known for offering shoppers very attractive prices. But can the same be said of its stock?
If you don’t have money in the market and you hope to retire someday, the founder of The Vanguard Group says you’re making a big mistake.
If you’re a retail investor, the Fast Money pros say there’s an important takeaway from the whole Knight Capital trading mess.
WHEN: Monday, August 6, 2012 WHERE: CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report” Following is the unofficial transcript of a CNBC interview with Stephens Inc. Chief Operating Officer Curt Bradbury on CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report.” All references must be sourced to CNBC.
Buyers drove the Dow higher by triple digits on Friday as two major positives buoyed market sentiment. But don’t expect gains to last.
In the morning before the opening bell, if you’re looking for a read on the tone in the market, the pros say this works surprisingly well.
Considering weakness in the market has been pegged to employment and Europe – should you start buying now? Top trader Joe Terranova thinks so.
If you’re among the throngs calling for reform because of the Knight Capital trading debacle, you may be missing something.
Strategic investor Doug Kass is mad as heck about the latest ‘technology issue’ threatening the market. And he’s not going to take it any more.
With Knight Capital facing a $440 million loss from its infamous 'technology issue,' the Street has started to wonder if the firm's future is in jeopardy, altogether.
If you’re running for the exits, worried that the ECB is all talk and no action, pro trader Guy Adami thinks you’re trading the market all wrong.