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There is volatility in the market and that means investors have to know where to look to withstand the bumps in the road, experts say.
Oil could be in for some longer-term trouble, according to one trader who's looking to cash in on an oil market fall.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell on Tuesday, including: MU, SHLD, ACIA, TMH.
Shares of Team Health spiked 16 percent late Thursday after a report that the company is discussing its sale with private equity firms.
"If the market retrenches 5 to 10 percent, we would think of that as the market being on sale," global strategist Samantha Azzarello tells CNBC.
Bank stocks were a bright spot in the markets, as the Dow Jones industrial average shed about 85 points on Tuesday.
Gold may be one of bond guru Bill Gross' favorite investments lately, but he also likes LinkedIn and Microsoft on their upcoming combination.
Jason Trennert, one of Wall Street's top strategist, joins CNBC's Mike Santoli for an in-depth conversation on investing, dividends and the election.
Shares of mining stocks slumped more than 9 percent on Tuesday after gold took a hit and slid to its lowest levels since the Brexit vote.
Investors have suffered through five straight quarters of earnings declines, but the profits recession may be ending soon.
Jim Lebenthal, who's up 27 percent this year in his CNBC PRO model portfolio, buys Cisco.
Gene Munster made a bullish case for Amazon saying he believes the company is the best positioned stock over the next five years.
Using the hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, we found the best and worst performing names when gold falls in one week.
Darden Restaurants jumped Tuesday after it reported earnings and raised its outlook. It also announced a new $500 million buyback plan.
Central bankers have turned investing into a game with an unpleasant outcome likely, the bond king said.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
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