The REIT market barely moved in 2013, explains Gregg Fisher, CIO of Gerstein Fisher. However the REITs are up roughly 10 percent year-to-date, and "investors should diversify globally."» Read More
The Street has been saying a lot of things about Rep. Paul Ryan. But we hadn't heard this.
With the fortunes of Europe hanging in the balance, why on earth would the Dow surge into the end of next year?
On Monday, pros up and down Wall Street were trying to understand Mitt Romney’s VP pick and what it means for the market.
OptionMonster Jon Najarian is always looking for opportunity. And his heat seeker has just signaled a buy.
With yield at its worst in 6 years, where are the CNBC's Fast Money pros putting money to work? Ironically some of the pros thinks the play is long meat producers.
If you've been looking to buy Facebook, watch how the stock reacts after the lock-up expires. It could be a classic 'tell.'
On Friday the Street was awash in bullish chatter about RIM. But the Fast Money pros say buying the rumor would be a mistake.
JC Penney posted dismal results on Friday. Ironically, these results may be a big reason to stand up and applaud CEO Ron Johnson! Huh?
With $259 billion in assets under management, where is Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, putting money to work?
Our traders don’t agree on much but lately they all seem to agree on one thing – the market is at an inflection point.
Things are getting ugly again between Apple and Google.
Pete Najarian’s proprietary heat seeker is at it again.
On Friday, JC Penney is expected to report its second consecutive quarterly loss as well as slumping sales. Are results getting so bad, you should buy?
Hard as it may be to believe, McDonald’s is currently among the worst performing Dow stocks for 2012? How’s that even possible?
Dennis Gartman says current turbulence in the gold market bears a strong resemblance to the final volatile days of WWI. If you’re trading metals, we hope you know your history.
According to proprietary research from top Bernstein analyst Tony Sacconaghi, Apple is seriously considering a stock split.
When you go to trial, sometimes things you wanted kept private are made public. Seems like that's happening to Apple.
Few people know more about commodities than Renee Haugerud. And what she sees happening in ‘the softs’ has her very worried.
They may be popular with investors, but if you’re a tech investor UBS says you won’t find gains with these two widely held stocks.
Despite a sluggish economy and uncertainty in Europe, the Dow is flirting with a 4 ½ year high. How can that be?