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Does a drop in the euro while the S&P holds near five-month highs signal decoupling or that it’s time to short U.S. stocks? ‘Fast Money’ pros weigh in.
Jon Najarian’s heat seeker has just identified another 2 hot stocks. They’re on his radar – are they on yours?
With some leading stocks advancing 50% or more over a period of only 1 year, investors are starting to wonder how much upside can possibly be left.
Retail stocks dipped slightly midday, but the “Fast Money” pros still see bright spots away from ultra-luxury names.
Wall Street bulls were starting to feel that their convictions had been validated. The latest string of economic reports may compel money managers to hit the buy button.
On Tuesday energy traders were placing their bets as oil prices traded in and around an important key technical level.
On Monday the Fast gang took a long hard look at Apple, after the stock made a new all time high and Goldman issued a high profile upgrade.
Stock charts suggest to technical analyst Abigail Doolittle that Tiffany and Coach shares are heading south.
Akamai, facing increased competition from Amazon, was downgraded to “sell” by one “Fast Money” analyst. Find out why.
Up 33% ytd, Netflix is emerging as the best performer in the S&P. And hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson thinks gains are just starting.
On speculation that Apple and Target might be looking at a store-within-a-store agreement, the “Fast Money” pros unanimously said such a deal would be better for one company.
Beaten down in the past year, Netflix found buyers among the “Fast Money” experts this week.
Always on the prowl for options activity, Jon Najarian has spotted some interesting action in Sara Lee and two other stocks.
Earnings season gets underway on Monday with Alcoa reporting after the close. And ahead of the results, the Fast gang smells a trade.
Almost every day investors are forced to reconcile positive US data against negative developments overseas. Which will ultimately drive the stock market?
Ahead of the annual “Health Care Super Bowl” next week, the “Fast Money” pros picked a few of their favorite plays.
Google shares slipped more than 1 percent Thursday after a couple of downgrades on word of a slowdown in European ad revenue, but one “Fast Money” pro remained bullish.
If you have S&P gains, should you take profits now? Is the stock market heading for a brick wall?
If you’re a trader who believes that options action can predict a big stock move, there are three names you should know about.
With the XPH returning about 11% over the past year, can the relatively defensive Pharma sector continue to perform?