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The rally in home builder stocks might be running out of steam, ramping up significant short interest in the sector, Markit Research Director Will Duff Gordon said Wednesday on CNBC.
European woes are beginning to send investors back toward U.S. Treasury bonds, Jeff Kilburg of Killir Kapital Management said Wednesday on CNBC.
Internet giants Google, Amazon and eBay are roaring along and look to outperform the market, Baker Avenue’s Simon Baker said Wednesday on CNBC.
Stocks have been overbought and are set to take a breather before going higher, Raymond James Chief Investment Strategist Jeffrey Saut said Monday on CNBC.
Google’s advertising revenue is on track to beat Yahoo and Facebook within the next three years, Citi analyst Mark Mahaney told CNBC on Monday.
While the sales of Apple’s iPhone 5 fell short of the most optimistic estimates, Brian Marshall of ISI said Monday on CNBC that the company’s potential growth was still “100 percent greater.”
Gold has been under-owned and is poised to hit $2,000 per share by the end of 2012, Michaer Purvis of Weeden told CNBC on Friday.
The highly anticipated Apple iPhone 5 went on sale Friday, but is there still time to buy stock? The “Fast Money” pros weigh in.
Bonds are over-owned to the point that they have become dangerous investments, Gramercy Capital Management CEO Joan Lappin told CNBC on Thursday.
High-frequency trading — particularly the practice of “queue-jumping” —amounts to little more than cheating, former Wall Street insider Haim Bodek said Thursday in a CNBC exclusive television interview.
Cyclicals, financials or industrials? “Fast Money” pros picked their favorite sectors Thursday for the current investment climate.
Facebook’s prospects are lackluster at best, and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shown little to prove otherwise, Porter Bibb of Media Tech Capital Partners said Wednesday on CNBC.
Up 11 percent over the past three months, Monsanto still has upward potential, OptionMonster.com’s Jon Najarian said Wednesday on CNBC.
Housing-related stocks still have room to run, regardless of whether home prices have officially bottomed, CNBC’s “Fast Money” market experts said Wednesday.
A few factors suggest a bullish outlook for the S&P 500 — up to 1,550 in six months and 2,000 in two years — Piper Jaffray Principal Technical Analyst Craig Johnson said Wednesday on CNBC.
While Apple represents one of the largest holdings in Zack Shafran’s Ivy Science & Technology Fund, three other under-the-radar stocks are poised for growth, he said Tuesday on CNBC.
It would take at least a year of price increases to call a recovery in the housing market, Yale University economist and housing expert Robert Shiller said Tuesday on CNBC.
Quantitative easing will fail and slow the economy long-term, Seabreeze Partners President Doug Kass said Tuesday on CNBC.
The financial sector has long-term growth potential stronger than the pressure on its net interest margins, Oakmark Fund’s Bill Nygren told CNBC on Monday.
The robust run in refinery stocks is nearing its end, Citigroup analyst Faisel Khan said Monday on CNBC.