Strategic investor Doug Kass is mad as heck about the latest ‘technology issue’ threatening the market. And he’s not going to take it any more.
With Knight Capital facing a $440 million loss from its infamous 'technology issue,' the Street has started to wonder if the firm's future is in jeopardy, altogether.
If you’re running for the exits, worried that the ECB is all talk and no action, pro trader Guy Adami thinks you’re trading the market all wrong.
Lately all the Fast Money traders can talk about is nat gas and the sharp gains it’s made over the past month. Now what?
For months the pros have been saying if there’s one energy trade to avoid it’s coal. That is until now.
The Fed dashed bullish hopes of a stimulus-based rally on Wednesday. And from the sound of things, the ECB will do the same on Thursday.
Back in May, Henry Blodget told us Facebook should trade $20, not $38 the IPO price. What does he have to say now that it is?
Unusual and volatile trading involving software used by Knight Capital may, in the long-run, call the future of trading into question.
Despite its stock hitting a new low, Facebook still has a way to go before it hits bottom, Pete Najarian said Tuesday on CNBC.
Stocks offer the best option for investors looking to weather turbulent markets, Bill Nygren said Tuesday on CNBC.
With shares just south of the psychologically important $600 level, institutional investors are making big bets on Apple.
If this stock continues to pull back, top trader Stephanie Link says, take a look.
Piper Jaffray thinks this stock can trade up to $93. Trader Guy Adami sees upside too.
If you’re betting that Mario Draghi has put a floor under the US stock market, you might also want to invest in a parachute.
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Top trader Pete Najarian has spotted unusually bullish call activity in a somewhat surprising stock.
Though round numbers are typically dismissed, that may not be the case on Friday as the Dow broke above 13,000 for this first time since May.
Lots of people are saying buy the pullback in Facebook. But we just heard it from a top analyst who’s been spot on about another tech titan, Apple.
If you follow fashion, you know Nina Garcia of Marie Claire can make a young designer cry. And, as we found out, she can bring two traders to blows.
On Thursday pros quickly covered their short positions after unexpected comments from ECB President Mario Draghi changed the game.