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In a volatile market like this, when a pro trader reveals a favorite stock our ears perk up.
The Fast pros suggest watching the S&P closely into the close. Whether or not the market pares losses could be a key market tell.
Jeff Kilburg of Treasury Curve told us Treasurys would go under 2 percent and he was right. Are they headed even lower? Kilburg says yes!
Materials stocks took a hit on Tuesday after new data showed China's PPI fell to its lowest level since Feb. 2009. Didn't last week's data show something else entirely?
Pfizer may be a beacon of green in a sea of red, but Fast trader Zach Karabell says don’t hit the buy button so fast.
Although some US banks may receive upgrades, the Fast Money traders are skeptical of stock specific catalysts. How come?
Stubbornly high euro zone inflation data on Monday reinforced money market bets that the European Central Bank will wait until December to cut interest rates. That sentiment was echoed by Hedgeye Risk Management CEO Keith McCullough.
The market is always buzzing with chatter. What’s the talk today?
Pete Najarian has spotted unusual put buying in an S&P sector that had been a bull market leader. What does he make of it?
Will October’s stock surge lead to a slump in November of similar magnitude? The Fast traders explain what to watch.
In a Fast Money exclusive, CNBC Contributor Ron Insana joins the gang in generating slo-o-o-w money trades for those of you who prefer to buy and hold.
Despite an 80% surge in profits, the Ambassador is cautious of this hot stock.
AMD landed on the trader radar after the chip maker reported better than expected earnings and forecast higher revenue. How should you game it?
The Pitt Boss spotted a flurry of call buying in the chip space. What does he make of it?
Goldman Sachs traded higher Friday after widely followed analyst Dick Bove upgraded the company to a buy. Should you follow the call and get in, here?
To say Netflix and Coinstar have been heading in different directions this month would be quite an understatement. How should you trade these stocks?
The best way to play this market says Pete Najarian is to bend it like Warren Buffett!
With the price of gold surging, for example, the precious metal is breaking from the old relationship of equitites up, gold down.
In our new segment, the Fast pros break down the stories they're hearing on the floor. What are the odds?
For answers, the “Fast Money” traders look at technical indicators and the latest economic data.