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One week after activist investors Bill Ackman and Carl Icahn publicly clashed on CNBC, shares of Herbalife, the company that sparked the battle, were down. Here's how the "Fast Money" traders saw it.
As the Dow above 14,000 Friday, Steven Weiss still liked one trade.
Facebook stock still looks attractive, Michael Pachter says.
The bond bubble doesn't exist, Bonnie Baha of DoubleLine Capital says.
Quarterly earnings bode well for the stock market, TheStreet CIO Stephanie Link says.
Traders are chattering about some troubling signs – most notably a breakdown in small caps – as reasons why the Dow Jones Industrial Average may not make it to 14,000 anytime soon.
Facebook could see revenue reacceleration, but there are still risks ahead, Business Insider's Henry Blodget says.
Research In Motion's new BlackBerry 10 operating system looks positive for the company, Don Yacktman says.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades of the hour.
Not all asset classes are confirming the run-up in stocks, Brian Kelly says.
The FMHR traders discuss today's top three trades, including Phillips 66 trading at record levels after doubling its stock buyback and boosting its annual dividend.
Yahoo was constrained going forward, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners says.
Stocks were cheap despite slow earnings growth and could see strong gains, Delphi's Scott Black says.
As stocks continue to post gains, a few headwinds could appear, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
The FMHR traders offer their reaction to Pfizer's earnings and revenue beat, and news JC Penney will begin offering targeted discounts.
After the Ackman vs. Icahn smackdown, only one question about Herbalife really matters, said Cramer.
Apple's R&D spending suggests that it has plenty of coolness left, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
Deutsche Bank's David Bianco says that his bullish outlook is based on world growth.
Sector rotation appears healthy, even if it meant a modest pullback in the S&P 500, Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics says.
How publicly should short sellers reveal their holding? Doug Kass, Seabreeze Partners explains why long and short sellers should provide transparency.