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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!
Sprint was among the handful of stocks that landed on the Fast trader radar Thursday after shares plunged. Also, the gang looked at Cisco and Netflix. What's the trade?
Despite its lofty valuations, Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray thinks it's time to get long Amazon ahead of the holidays.
On Tuesday, investors started to wonder if bullish bets on global growth might be premature after UPS voiced caution about economy.
If you’re among those traders who are selling stocks due to the squabbling in Washington, strategic investor Doug Kass thinks you’ve got it all wrong.
Will Netflix keep its momentum mojo after the company reports its quarterly earnings results after Monday's closing bell?
On Friday, the Fast Money traders were trying to make sense of almost contradictory earnings results from Caterpillar versus GE how the market reacted.
The "Fast Money" traders debate whether such a deal would make sense.
If you think the bulls will be back in business once lawmakers finally reach an agreement on the debt ceiling, think again.
Both the Dow and S&P advanced on Thursday, with financials leading the market after Morgan Stanley released surprisingly good numbers.
Worried about the health of the global economy? Dennis Gartman thinks doctor copper is making a critical prognosis.
It seems tech bulls just can't contain their excitement about Apple. And the Fast Money pros see about 9 ways to game it!
Despite a massive order from American, and chatter that other airlines could do the same, the Fast gang is cautious of establishing a new position in Boeing.