Sentiment on Apple stock has been positive and appears likely to send shares into three-digit territory, OptionMonster's Pete Najarian said Monday.» Read More
One year after the BP oil spill, and one week after Goldman Sachs told investors to take oil profits, independent oil trader Dan Dicker says oil has farther to go, and offers up his favorite trades.
Although Apple is among the most loved stocks on Wall Street, there's growing chatter that Apple could be setting up for failure.
If you're among the dollar bears looking to establish a new short position, Dennis Gartman says “it would be a very, very bad decision.”
In an environment like this, the Fast Money traders always recommend taking a long hard look at what’s working –and on Tuesday that was oil.
With Goldman warning that there were fewer opportunities to make money in the current environment, why did trader Steve Cortes pull the trigger?
As you likely know a controversial S&P downgrade triggered a broad market sell-off? But was the selling really warranted?
Even when the market sells off sharply, CNBC’s Fast Money traders always look at what’s working. Following are a few names for the trader radar!
We're hearing that oil may not end its relentless march higher for quite some time. And don't blame the Mideast, that's not the problem.
When asked which of the banks reporting next week had the greatest shot at an upside surprise, Credit Suisse analyst Mosche Orenbuch told us it would be this name!
The "Fast Money" traders explain why it might be, even despite poor reviews of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet device.
If you’re long term bearish on financials because you anticipate a flatter yield curve, Stifel Financial analyst Chris Mutascio thinks you’ve got it all wrong.
After parsing through the latest results from JPMorgan, the Fast traders worry that the financials may be facing serious challenges.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal which sectors are worth watching during Wednesday's trading session.
One analyst thinks so. As ThinkEquity's Aaron Kessler explains, it's less about the e-reader pricing and more about e-book sales.
Are Goldman's bearish oil outlook and Alcoa's revenue miss early signs that the commodities bull is tired?
As stocks shaved gains ahead of earnings on Monday, the "Fast Money" traders had their eyes on these four names.
Reports suggest that Facebook just inked a deal with Baidu to launch a joint venture in Japan. Is Baidu about to explode higher?
If you're thinking that crude has to be topping out, think again. A perfect storm may be brewing that sends oil prices shooting higher, still.
Looking at technical indicators, renown economist David Rosenberg of Gluskin Sheff thinks that might be the case. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
The market went into ‘sell first and ask questions later’ mode on March 11th when the first Japan quake hit. Does that suggest you should go bottom fishing, now?