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If you’re got the appetite, our pros have the trades.
Although the pros are hopeful that week-end developments give stocks a boost, oil bulls may be sadly disappointed.
Hope you weren’t planning on a relaxing week-end. According to the Fast Money traders it’s going to be anything but that.
“Don’t hide behind what you’re legally allowed to do,” said NYSE CEO Duncan Niederauer on Halftime. “Stand up and be accountable.”
On Thursday Wall Street was largely disappointed after Ben Bernanke testified before Congress but gave no hints of future QE. But don't take that as a sign to go short.
If the miserable Facebook IPO has kept you out of the stock market, Knight Capital CEO Tom Joyce says, you'll be sorry.
With sectors tied to global growth surging on Wednesday and the market piercing its 200-day moving average, should you hit the buy button? Or is this a sucker's rally?
If you’re a java junkie, sometimes nothing less than a trip to the nearest gourmet coffee shop will do. That is until now.
Chatter in the commodities pits on Wednesday was all about the bounce in copper and whether it was a sign that the market had bottomed out.
You’ve heard about all those big stocks that you should buy, but the pros say there are plenty of mid-size names that belong on your radar too.
Guy Adami, Pete Najarian and other Fast pros think a new iPad mini could drive Apple shares to a new all time high.
Pro traders are starting to worry that if the worst case scenario plays out – Spain could be as damaging to the market as the collapse of Lehman Brothers.
Although the economic picture is growing darker and signs of economic weakness have intensified, the pros say don't sell out of your positions.
As a student of the very best investors, pro-trader Stephen Weiss identified nearly 50 takeaways behind their supersized successes. Check out a handful of those lessons.
Considering oil slipped down to $83 and change on Friday, lower than most traders ever expected, shouldn’t it at least plateau if not rebound?
With the Dow trading negative on the year and the S&P slipping below its 200-day, now, more than ever, the Fast Money traders suggest watching these key technical levels.
If you’re among the throngs of investors running for the exits after the lousy jobs number, hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson thinks you’ve got it all wrong.
With so many pundits and prognosticators talking gloom and doom, could the market surprise the Street and bounce?
With investors wondering just how low Facebook will go, Wall Street’s Henry Blodget tells us FB could have another 20% of downside.
If you’re somewhat optimistic, if you think the tape will hold, the Fast pros say the following stocks belong on your radar.