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Apple is, by far, the most buy-rated stock on the Street, but do you know what’s number 2? And how about 3, 4 and 5?
Investors love to bellyache about the lackluster performance of bank stocks. But if you’re sick and tired of it, there’s something you can do.
With Netflix set to report second quarter results after the bell, how do you trade this stock?
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Whether companies beat or not, it seems a growing number of them seem to be missing revenue estimates. And the Fast pros say it's an ominous trend.
If you pay attention to only one earnings report a season, chances are it's this one.
You know all about the stocks Wall Street loves. But which stocks do the pros absolutely hate?
Think market headwinds are just too fierce to buy stocks? Not so, say the Fast Money pros. That is, if you know what to pick.
Of the 19 percent of S&P 500 companies reporting earnings so far, 65 percent have beaten expectations. But which should inform your trading thesis?
If you’re looking to put money to work in the tech sector, there’s something you should know.
You’ve heard every reason why China has lost its mojo. What if the conventional wisdom is completely wrong?
Jeff DeGraaf, the #1 ranked technical analyst by Institutional Investor, says his proprietary research shows a major market headwind isn't going to die down anytime soon.
Heard the talk that oil could spike up to $200 as soon as August? So has Dennis Gartman.
Is the price action in Morgan Stanley a signal to cash out broadly? The Fast Money traders don't think so.
Are the recent gains in the market a sign of growing optimism?
Be careful following Jim Chanos into a short position in Hewlett Packard. The Fast Money pros say short this stock at your own risk.
Not everyone has the kind of capital Leon Cooperman has to buy stocks. From his 10 top picks, the Fast traders reveal their single favorites.
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As the saying goes, no guts no glory. And at 60 times forward earnings this trade requires guts.