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Watch out Apple, it seems widely followed analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray has a new object of affection!
Don't dismiss the bulls. Canaccord Genuity argues that the S&P will add another 250 points in only 6 months.
Ahead of a two-day EU summit traders were looking for signs to determine whether the market was about to surge or nose-dive. Trader Steve Cortes may have found something.
No matter how the Supreme Court rules, these health care stocks win.
Hope you weren’t counting on the new Apple TV coming out by the holidays. We’ve just heard it's not likely.
With headwinds threatening to make this summer a cruel summer on Wall Street, here’s how the Fast Money pros recommend trading.
With so many storm clouds on the horizon, Goldman economist Jan Hatzius reveals what he thinks ultimately gets the Fed off the sidelines.
Jon Najarian’s proprietary heat seeker is always sweeping the options market, looking for unusual activity. It's beeping, again.
If you’re a long-term investor, top money pro Don Yacktman says a handful of stocks are in the sweet spot, right here and right now.
As temperatures top 90 degrees on Wall Street, Goldman declares shorts season. But the Fast Money pros think longs may be more appropriate.
After reading so much about the dreaded “Fiscal Cliff” these days, market participants can add another term to their fear lexicon thanks to Goldman Sachs: the “Monetary Cliff.”
If the economy is getting better, even at a slow pace, then blue chips are really cheap, right?
With the Fed admitting that they’re less worried about inflation, why aren’t they moving forward with more QE, especially when they said hiring had slowed?
Once considered a best in breed play, lately traders have shied away from JPMorgan due to headline risk. But that may be changing.
If you’re looking for a value play, trader Stephen Weiss has a pick for you.
A confluence of negative developments may be happening at a very fortuitous time for bulls.
If you think the election of the pro-bailout party in Greece is a turning point in the EU financial crisis, the Fast Money pros say you’re mistaken.
Brian Kelly seems like a laid back buy, but on Monday he made an aggressive real-time power play – in the energy sector, of course!
Don’t get so distracted by Greece, that you miss what’s happening in nat gas.
It seems nothing matters more to the market right now, than the outcome of the elections in Greece. And it's more likely than not, that they're a bullish event.