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Are the sweetest days of buying and holding behind us?
Paul Meeks, director of institutional investing at Saturna Capital, is scooping up shares of a recently beaten-down technology name.
Atlassian built a $300 million-plus software business by avoiding venture capital and spending little on sales and marketing.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Tired of plain vanilla holdings? Try spicing things up - if you can handle the risk.
"Fast Money" traders discussed their favorite food plays, including Chipotle, McDonald's and Whole Foods.
Small-cap stocks are where investors should be now, says fund manager Lamar Villere.
Jim Cramer slices up the Credit Suisse research on Apple and finds it hard to believe. Here's how to play the stock.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts for one of the sexiest stock groups out there, and struck gold with its chart pattern.
Avenue Capital Group is shutting down its original hedge fund, Avenue Investments, and returning money to investors.
Chart analyst Mark Newton believes there may be some cracks in this recent stock market rally. Here's why...
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Skyworks, Brunswick & more.
The head of short-selling firm Citron Research on Tuesday called for more disclosures about Mallinckrodt's main drug.
The IEA's World Energy Outlook raises geopolitical concerns about gulf state oil dominance, John Kilduff said.
In tweets posted in the past two years, Neel Kashkari made statements critical of the Fed. He will start leading the Minneapolis branch in 2016.
Large cap companies dominate the year's growth in the S&P 500. If the index were weighted equally, it would be in the red.
Retail stocks have gone to the woodshed, and some traders expect even more pain ahead of earnings this week.
Companies with high cash-return strategies will outperform in 2016, Goldman Sachs' David Kostin said Tuesday.
A big market mystery is whether the weakness in Apple's supply chain is indicative of iPhone 6S sales or is Apple's positive guidance accurate?
FBR Capital's Dan Ives gives his top three predictions for Apple in 2016 that will get its market cap to $1 trillion by the end of the year.