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Investors should look past upcoming economic data, Joe Terranova says.
Facebook's mobile advertising performance will boost shares to $37 within 12 months, Aaron Kessler of Raymond James says.
Don't heed the old investor's adage to "sell in May and go away" right now, Yahoo Finance's Mike Santoli says.
Sell gold and wait for pullbacks in stocks, OptionMonster's Pete Najarian says.
Fast Money trader Pete Najarian shares his view on the financial select sector SPDR.
Investors should trim defensive positions, James Paulsen of Wells Capital Management says.
Big money will likely move into stocks soon, U.S. Trust President Keith Banks says.
A lack of trust in the stock market has made it a poor investment vehicle, billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban says.
Mark Cuban reiterates his call to eliminate high-frequency trading.
The Futures Now team discusses whether the floor is in for bullion.
One ignored stock offers double-digit return potential, Bill Nygren says.
Toni Sacconaghi says that Apple still has innovation and growth ahead of it.
Kynikos Associates' Jim Chanos, shares his views on Herbalife and why he believes the multi-level marketing model is flawed, and why he has questions about Netflix.
Bill Nygren, Oakmark Fund, shares his plays on Apple and DirecTV, and explains why he sold his position in Dell. And Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates, discusses what he looks for before shorting a stock.
The rampant growth of credit in China appears to be forming a bubble, Jim Chanos of Kynikos Associates says.
CNBC's Josh Lipton tracks today's top moving stocks. And, Kynikos Associates' Jim Chanos, shares his views on natural gas and coal.
The Futures Now team discusses whether the nat gas rally can continue.
Kynikos Associates' Jim Chanos, discusses why he thinks the PC markets "are behind the eight ball." And, Toni Sacconaghi, Sanford Bernstein analyst, defends his buy rating on Apple, despite its recent pullback.
Fake news Tweet sparks frenzy. "It was panic," says one trader from a major firm.
In the aftermath of the bombing at the Boston Marathon, PGA pro James Driscoll sought a way to help his hometown.