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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.
Semiconductor stocks took a tumble Tuesday, and one trader is betting big on even more losses ahead.
An investment strategist on a roll lately is predicting a pause in the bull market, but advises investors to buy on any major dips.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why investors need to come to grips with this.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Goldman Sachs told clients the S&P 500 will be weak in the coming year, but there is still an investment strategy that can outperform.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks Wall Street is done having a good time with this company.
Apple may be in a spot of trouble, at least in the short term, Credit Suisse said.
Jim Cramer says a warm winter has caused big pain for this group, and it's still too early to bottom fish.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Although a Roth IRA has attractive features, it's not always smart to convert to one.
Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of a pharmaceutical company with a business model that some may confuse with Valeant.
Goldman Sachs is shutting down its BRIC fund. We take a look at other emerging markets funds and how they've performed since the Recession.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Monday: Gap, Rackspace, Caesars & more.
Corporate America will focus the greater share of cash it shells out in 2016 on buying back stocks and issuing dividends, according to Goldman Sachs.
Though October's nonfarm payrolls report surpassed expectations, central bankers face pitfalls, market watchers told CNBC.