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Wall Street analyst Mark Mahaney said on Thursday he sees Alphabet's Google continuing its growth.
Stephen Suttmeier, a top-ranked technical analyst, joins CNBC PRO for an exclusive conversation on investing using charts.
Apple could rise 11 percent, according to technical analyst Craig Johnson.
Sarah Ketterer, whose firm Causeway Capital Management oversees more than $40 billion in assets, believes value investing is back in style.
Jim Cramer uncovered the importance that cash plays in a portfolio, and why he considers it the most underrated investment on Wall Street.
Jim Cramer clarifies the major difference between an investment and a quick trade.
Jim Cramer shared his methodology of being prepared when a trade goes wrong.
Humana fell Wednesday after a report by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services showed its membership highly rated Medicare plans declined.
The financial sector is facing earnings headwinds after the Wells Fargo scandal, bank analyst Paul Miller tells CNBC.
Louise Yamada, one of the best technical analysts on Wall Street, believes the market may be about to hit a wall.
Amid a sluggish month for the stock market overall, banks have been an unexpected bright spot.
Top-ranked analyst Youssef Squali of Cantor Fitzgerald upgraded Amazon to buy on Wednesday with a 12-month price target of $1,000.
With Snapchat's parent reportedly heading for an IPO, the founders and early investors are set to reel in billions in profit.
Former Reagan administration aide David Stockman predicts a win for Hillary Clinton, but tough times ahead for markets.
Whatever the reasons, passive investments continue to gain momentum, while actively managed mutual funds watch money leave their coffers.
Fortinet shares plunged more than 10 percent on Wednesday after releasing poor preliminary third quarter results.
U.S.-listed shares of Ericsson plunge more than 16 percent Wednesday in premarket trading after the firm issued a profit warning.
Credit Suisse reiterated its outperform rating on Apple.
Anxious markets Wednesday will be dissecting Fed meeting minutes while watching the latest headlines on the presidential election.
One technical analyst thinks the worst is over for stocks. Here's why.
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