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Apple's Steve Wozniak sent shock waves when he said the Android operating system would overtake the iPhone. Jon Najarian weighs in with his best trade.
The "Fast" traders share their thoughts on the much-anticipated stock offering from General Motors and how to trade it.
Forget Europe's debt crisis, the Street is much more concerned about something else.
Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners thinks so. Here's how he and the rest of the "Fast Money" traders are playing the tech space.
With Europe's financial woes again dragging down stocks around the world, should you take profits and call it a year?
We're hearing these three companies are likely takeout candidates in the chip space.
A growing chorus of critics are sounding the alarm about QE2; in fact they think it has the potential to be the downfall of the US.
With the reversal in the markets, the traders recommend watching these key levels in the S&P.
Veracruz founder Steve Cortes thinks so and here's how he's trading it.
Lions Gate Chairman Michael Burns effectively said top management has met with MGM regarding a potential merger.
The "Fast Money" team breaks down how to approach the hot commodity trade.
Known for calling the bottom of March 2009, famed strategist Doug Kass said Monday the market has topped out.
We spoke with a trucking industry insider to see if this rally is for real.
Stocks touched new bull market highs this week with optimism prevailing on Wall Street. Safe to say Bernanke did the right thing?
Having hit its highest level in six months, the "Fast" traders discuss where oil's going next.
Is the S&P about to run into a wall? The traders reveal what could the next level of serious resistance!
Why Veracruz founder Steve Cortes remains bearish oil despite action, which suggests its breaking out.
On Wednesday the traders were looking at opportunities in the auto space after the latest GM sales data sparked optimism about the company's approaching IPO.
Options trader "DRJ" said these stocks are moving on mergers and acquisitions possibilities.
If history is any indication the S&P should rally from here. But every rule has an exception. Will history repeat itself, this year?