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The Fast Money pros think American investors may be missing an important point; a cultural difference that could make overseas developments far less threatening.
The "Fast Money" traders debate whether Cisco is a buy, as CEO John Chambers seeks to preserve his legacy before he retires.
Dan Dicker, an independent oil trader, breaks down two oil plays that could be profitable for your portfolio.
Does the 635 point drop in the Dow on Monday signal capitulation? Or is the market bouncing before the next leg down?
The pros are watching a few catalysts that could generate some buying momentum as soon as Tuesday of this week!
With stocks having declined sharply, the "Fast Money" traders debate whether it's a good idea to look at the technology space.
After Dennis Gartman learned that the ECB may buy the debt of both Italy and Spain, he was already rethinking his outlook for gold.
The decision by the ECB to buy the bonds of Italy and Spain could be a game changer. It could stem the fear in the stock markets of the world, says Jon Najarian.
If you think now's the time to go bottom fishing for a stock with solid fundamentals, trader Steve Grasso thinks you'll be sorry.
With another turbulent day in the market, the “Fast” traders see pockets of opportunity to buy.
Find out the name Fast trader Patty Edwards thinks is the best way to find shelter in this economic storm.
”Ding, dong get long,” says Fast trader Steve Cortes. Find out why the fast money is hitting the buy button.
Many pros are starting to fear that the stock market is on the brink of something serious. Yet Jeff Saut of Raymond James isn't terribly worried. Why?
The Fast pros are very focused on the technicals; they’re at a critical inflection point and appear to be breaking.
Citi retail analyst Deborah Weinswig thinks so. Get her top two trades.
Over the past several weeks sell-offs have been buying opportunities. But with the S&P breaching its 50-day moving average of 1284, is this sell-off different?
After the worst week for stocks in a year, should you hold your nose and buy? Will you kick yourself later if you don't pull the trigger, now?
There’s a growing probability that Washington leaves Wall Street hanging, according to proprietary research from FBR policy analyst Ed Mills.
With Brazil's stock market trading in bear territory, is the global growth engine - otherwise known as the BRIC nations - starting to sputter out?
If you want or need to put money to work right now, strategic investor Dennis Gartman thinks it’s not the time for most equities - most but not all!