Robert Chapman, Chapman Capital, says he is adding aggressively to Herbalife despite Bill Ackman's criticism of the company. Also Chapman explains why he thinks the stock could hit $150 per share within a year.» Read More
Nervous investors spent Friday trying to determine if the widening foreclosure crisis is the proverbial ‘other shoe’ that's about to drop.
The Liquidator talks nat gas with Ultra Petroleum's CEO.
Find out why top-rated analyst Mark Mahaney thinks AOL may be "just a sideshow."
Talk about whether the financials will derail the bulls prevailed on Thursday after the Bank ETF tumbled sharply despite an otherwise sideways S&P.
The widely followed analyst keyed into better than expected equities trading. What should you make of it?
Signals from Apple and Intel appear bullish for tech. But Joe Terranova has spotted something else and it caught him off-guard.
According to the Streets top chart analyst for 6 years in a row, both the S&P and gold are long-term buys!
Goldman Sachs thinks the precious metal could soon climb to $1,650 an ounce, but the traders discuss whether gold will really continue its run.
From the looks of the latest economic forecast by the National Association for Business Economics, 2011 isn't looking so good. And that could send the S&P higher, to 1172!
Steve Grasso as well as other Fast Money traders caution retail investors not to run after this trade.
The optionMONSTER.com co-founder spotted some unusual activity in this stock. What's he seeing?
Don't get bogged down by the jobs report. Our traders are watching another area of the market entirely and they've spotted big moves.
Tim Seymour, founder of EmergingMoney.com, talks US stocks that are getting into emerging markets around the world.
The "Fast Money" traders give their calls on Oracle, Hewlett-Packard, IBM and more.
No denying same-store sales results were impressive. But is the space on fire or is it about to burn you?
The financials are testing a key level needed to confirm the rally in trading Wednesday.
Negative action in the Nasdaq has triggered concern on the desk. Is the price action in cloud computing stocks a warning sign of what's to come?
After catching two downgrades in two days, it would be better for Microsoft if they moved on without their current CEO, said one analyst.
New signs emerged on Tuesday giving bullish investors more reasons to believe the S&P will march right up to 1,200 before Election Day.
After being shutout for two years, analyst Mike Mayo finally met with Citi executives. So what affect will it have on the financial space?