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With shares of JPMorgan falling more than 20% in less than a month, should you accept the headline risk and hit the buy button?
Forget Facebook, the pros say the top trade in tech is long Apple.
It's been a bad month to be an Apple bull. Shares are down 16% from last month's record high of $644 and now this.
You’ve probably heard 99 reasons why Facebook is ahead of the pack. But top money pro Roger McNamee tells us you only need to know about one.
Facebook made history again on Friday though not in a way founder Mark Zuckerberg could have ever imagined.
Top venture capitalist Bill Gurley tells us after Facebook, there’s another social media company that will probably capture attention.
Bill Gurley, general partner at Benchmark Capital, tells us that focusing on the potential negatives in Facebook is probably the wrong way to look at this company.
After lousy earnings sent JCPenney shares plunging on Wednesday, top hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson tells us, he hit the buy button.
Trader Stephen Weiss thinks the weakness in gold signals trouble for these other names - and they're way outside the metals and mining sector.
If you’re looking to establish a new position in the stock market, the Fast pros say there's a good chance, ‘you’ll be sorry.’
With Facebook shares expected to begin trading later this week, you may be among the 900 million active users looking to get a piece of the action. But before you hit the buy button there are a few things you should know.
Just because Facebook doesn’t start trading until Friday, doesn’t mean you can’t game the excitement right now.
Ahead of JCPenney earnings, which will be released Tuesday after the bell, top Citi analyst Deborah Weinswig has words of caution for anyone who's short.
With David Tepper and Leon Cooperman loading up on banks – should you do the same?
The FMHR traders share their final trades of the hour.
With the Facebook IPO at hand, it seems everyone on Wall Street can’t wait for Friday. As it turns out, they’re being really short sighted.
If you’re a trader who plays retail you’ve got a big week ahead.
If you’re involved in the energy sector, chances are you’re keeping a close eye on the decline in oil prices. When will the selling pressure finally ebb?
Michigan Senator Carl Levin told CNBC on Friday that the bank’s actions would not be permitted under the Volcker Rule – at least as the rule stands today.
Looking for hidden gems in the market? Credit Suisse analyst Jonathan Chaplin tells us he’s just found three.