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A wave on mini-corrections have been taking place, but a wider sell-off might be in store for investors, Mike Santoli of Yahoo! Finance says.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on commission-free trading in some ETFs. Also, Dan Fuss, Loomis Sayles, explains why this bond market is the most overbought one in his 55 years of finance.
Amid Boeing's Dreamliner 787 troubles, Stephanie Link says a couple of other suppliers were worth a look.
This was a good a time as any for stocks to sell off, Josh Brown says.
After investor David Einhorn targets Apple's cash, Walter Piecyk of BTIG explains how to trade it.
The stock market still faces serious hurdles, Blackstone Advisory Partners Vice Chairman Byron Wien says.
The FMHR crew weigh in on JC Penney's turnaround, Gamestop's fall, and Chipotle's pop on earnings.
Apple stock could be seeing the start of a recovery, Pete Najarian says.
The FMHR traders debate whether Green Mountain still has room to run. And, how to trade stocks hitting new highs in the S&P 500. Also, discussing whether investors should bet on a higher bid on Dell.
Selling by execs has surged since the Dow hit 14,000 and retail investors flooded into stocks.
Plenty of small-cap stocks still appear poised for gains, Steven DeSanctis says.
Apple stock represents a value play, New York University finance professor Aswath Damodaran says.
Google stock is newly poised for robust growth, RBC Capital Markets analyst Mark Mahaney says.
Several factors could mean stock market gains, UBS strategist Jeremy Zirin says.
Bullishness from retail investors eased a bit at the end of January, according to a new sentiment index from TD Ameritrade.
Stocks are still relatively cheap and stand to make gains, Simon Baker says.
Apple shares could open up next week, Market Studies CEO Tom DeMark says.
Apple shares decline as stocks gain. Is it time to buy the stock?
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.