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As earnings season moves into higher gear this week, options trader Mike Khouw gives names investors should watch closely.
A small group of tech stocks are pushing the Nasdaq higher. And that is worrisome.
A slew of closely watched companies are set to report earnings this week, and a few are being eyed as big potential movers.
CNBC Pro highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The VIX has reached a record low for the year. Here’s why that could be welcome news for the stock market.
Gold got whacked in the Asian trading session Monday, sinking to a 5-year low, and strategists say the yellow metal is only headed lower from here.
Greece and China are just "warmup acts" to the main event for U.S. investors, market watcher Jim Paulsen says.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Put the right mental framework in place so you can coast into your golden years.
In Jim Cramer's new diversification method, foreign stocks are out and a healthy geography is in.
Biogen is looking to settle on one key thing: the perfect dose for its experimental Alzheimer's drug.
The Nasdaq composite, which lost its cachet as a benchmark after the dot-com bubble burst in 2000, is back on top. Can it keep going?
GM shares are down nearly 17 percent in the past three months, but despite the troubles, one trader bet $1 million the stock could rally.
Bank of America analyst Denise Chai on Friday downgraded Best Buy's shares to "underperform" from "buy," setting a price target of $32.
After a strong week of gains and better-than-expected growth data from China, investors are considering whether some much needed stability has crept back into the market.
Venture capital investments rose to their highest level in nearly 15 years in the second quarter, with the majority going to software and media/entertainment companies.
As many firms look to snap up businesses in the hot merger and acquisitions market, one entrepreneur has founded a corporate matchmaking start-up.
The strong dollar is really hurting multinationals, even Honeywell, one of the most-praised of the bunch.
Jim Strugger of MKM Partners tells why stocks could continue to rally over the next 2 to 2 1/2 years.