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Think new gadgets from Apple that could drive chips makers? Either play the thesis with an index, or these stocks which are more levered to Apple.
A noted finance professor predicted the Dow was likely to hit 15,000 but “Fast Money” traders sounded less bullish.
After shares of Home Depot made a fresh 52-week high on Monday, the Fast Money pros couldn’t help but wonder, just how much more upside was left in this stock?
Should you take another look at RIM, Halliburton and some other stocks, now that Leon Cooperman disclosed new and/or increased positions in these names?
As online companies such as Akamai and Groupon made news in the past few days, renowned Internet analyst Mark Mahaney looked behind the headlines.
Despite Apple's lofty stock price, the Fast Money pros think the iPad3, iPhone5 and iTV should drive shares higher - a lot higher.
This year’s ready-to-wear fall fashion collections are being unveiled at New York Fashion Week. "Fast Money" traders look at how to work the sector.
One analyst sees upside and a $30 price target for Groupon, but another sees strong headwinds and a stock heading to $8 per share.
High-end retail showed strength as shares of Ralph Lauren and Coach set all-time highs, but not all stocks are created equal, “Fast Money” experts said.
Again, the odds of a big bull move in the market were all traders could talk about on Friday, this time after BlackRock's Larry Fink said investors should be 100% in stocks.
With a trifecta of revenue streams, one analyst called IBM the corporate version of Apple.
Remember the 1970’s TV show Eight is Enough. Well top trader Steve Cortes says Eight is Enough for Bank of America shares , too.
The perennially negative Nouriel Roubini – nicknamed Dr Doom for his usually critical views – is turning bullish. But there's a caveat.
Netflix won’t feel the pressure from a new video-streaming venture from Verizon and Coinstar for a while, one analyst said.
Fusion-IO, the largest data center provider to Facebook, has plenty of upside left in what its technology can do, its CEO said.
For the first time since July of last year, the financial ETF is trading above average book value of the banks it tracks. But that kind of milestone might be not as bullish as it sounds.
On Monday chatter on the floor had everything to do with the pause underway in the S&P and whether stocks were about to run into serious resistance.
Facebook might well be worth its $100 billion valuation based on its dominance in the sector, venture capitalist Bill Gurley said in a wide-ranging interview.
You'd think all the excitement surrounding the Facebook IPO would be good for stocks broadly, but top trader Steve Grasso says, not necessarily.
With the S&P at 3 1/2 year highs, is the market getting ahead of itself? The Fast traders worry the jobs number triggered a little too much euphoria.