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Extraordinary volume during the stock's plunge this fall signals another 20 percent decline is still ahead, a top chart analyst on Wall Street says.
Apple shares present a quandary for investors, UBS analyst Steve Milunovich says.
Citigroup's plan to lay off 11,000 employees was a step in the right direction, analyst Mike Mayo says.
Larry McDonald, Newedge, offers his analysis of the fiscal cliff. "There is a higher chance we go off the cliff now," she says.
Apple stock approaches the bearish "death cross," but CNBC's "Fast Money" pros diverge on whether it's still worth buying.
Facebook shares spiked 33 percent in the month of November. Is it time to buy? The FMHR traders discuss. Also, Mike Mayo, Worth Magazine, discusses Citigroup cutting 11,000 jobs.
Darden Restaurants fears a backlash from customers angry about its efforts to convert more workers into part-time so that the chain can avoid paying for their health care.
Although the market still needs fiscal clarity, the S&P 500 will likely hit 1,600 in early 2013, Barry Bannister of Stifel Nicolaus says.
"Fast Money" traders face off on the home builder's stock.
If these two companies announce special dividends, they would be "huge" says one trader.
"What some people are calling a 'bungee jump' could cause an economic heart attack," says BofA economist Ethan Harris.
One of the hedge funds run by John Paulson, whose prescient bets were chronicled in "The Greatest Trade Ever," is on track to be the second worst performer of the year.
Why is the market still climbing? Joe Terranova weighs in.
Apple has a few more years before having to up its game, former Apple CEO John Sculley said on CNBC.
Goldman upgrades Dell to buy from sell. The FMHR traders discuss. Meanwhile Dick Grasso, Stuart Financial, says he expects steel to run up again before the year's end.
Zynga and Facebook's revised agreement, which allows Facebook to develop its own games, is actually good for the gaming company, said one pro.
Amid an insider trading investigation involving a former SAC Capital employee, one fund manager has decided to yank his investment from the firm, while a second investor called the scrutiny a "witch hunt."
Four factors will continue to drag on the economy for 2013, Blackstone Advisory Partners Vice Chairman Byron Wien said Wednesday on CNBC.
Heading into Black Friday, these retailer stocks present bargains for investors, the “Fast Money” pros said Wednesday on CNBC.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s comments on Tuesday sent a clear message to investors, Joe Terranova of Virtus Investment Partners said.