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Don't get too bearish, says pro trader Mike Murphy. Although it may sound counterintuitive if the economy gets much worse, he thinks the stock market may rally - hard.
Before you turn bearish on stocks because of China's slowing economy, there's something you should know.
On Friday the Fast pros were intrigued by the price action in JPMorgan, which traded down into negative territory then pared losses while most other big banks rallied hard. What gives?
Unlike all those other times, the latest developments in the EU financial crisis provide major upside for buy and hold investors, says Jon Najarian.
Trader Josh Brown says if you’re a nimble trader there are moves to make – but you'll need to be quick.
Trader Steve Grasso thinks the sell-off in one stock presents an opportunity. “The tax is already in the 2013 numbers,” he says.
“Now we know the rules. Now we know what we’re playing with,” says trader Stephanie Link after hearing the Supreme Court had upheld Obamacare.
“This was one of the biggest surprises I can remember,” says trader Stephen Weiss. "I wouldn't dive in."
With copper considered a leading indicator by many pros, what should you make of Wednesday’s bounce? Find out from Dennis Gartman!
Watch out Apple, it seems widely followed analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray has a new object of affection!
Don't dismiss the bulls. Canaccord Genuity argues that the S&P will add another 250 points in only 6 months.
Ahead of a two-day EU summit traders were looking for signs to determine whether the market was about to surge or nose-dive. Trader Steve Cortes may have found something.
No matter how the Supreme Court rules, these health care stocks win.
Hope you weren’t counting on the new Apple TV coming out by the holidays. We’ve just heard it's not likely.
With headwinds threatening to make this summer a cruel summer on Wall Street, here’s how the Fast Money pros recommend trading.
With so many storm clouds on the horizon, Goldman economist Jan Hatzius reveals what he thinks ultimately gets the Fed off the sidelines.
Jon Najarian’s proprietary heat seeker is always sweeping the options market, looking for unusual activity. It's beeping, again.
If you’re a long-term investor, top money pro Don Yacktman says a handful of stocks are in the sweet spot, right here and right now.
As temperatures top 90 degrees on Wall Street, Goldman declares shorts season. But the Fast Money pros think longs may be more appropriate.
After reading so much about the dreaded “Fiscal Cliff” these days, market participants can add another term to their fear lexicon thanks to Goldman Sachs: the “Monetary Cliff.”