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"They are like the Kansas City Royals, man," says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
October was great for most investors, but some unlucky stocks gave investors a real spook. USAToday reports.
Billionaire value investor Mario Gabelli revealed on CNBC's "Fast Money: Halftime Report" that he recently bought about 300 additional shares of Netflix.
Fundstrat's Tom Lee told clients Friday he believes the market will rally strongly into year end.
Newmont is soaring this month, and one trader gives his best way to play the rally.
If China were to really ease its monetary policy, such a move could be a new paradigm for U.S. stocks, the hedge fund billionaire tells CNBC.
Amazon might launch a private-label brand to keep customers happy, NBC News reports.
When tax-loss harvesting, investors should keep in mind transaction costs, maintaining proper exposure and how and when to act.
October is on track to be the best month for stocks in four years, but the rapid gains may take the steam out of the Santa rally.
Whole Foods shares are down 40 percent this year, but one trader has bet a turnaround could be afoot following its earnings report next week.
It can be easy to amass investments in your employer's stock, but it is a risky move. Here's why diversifying your investments matters.
These stocks are falling behind the S&P 500, and one technician says the underperformance is starting to look like 2000 and 2007.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the top five holdings for investor portfolios to determine if they are diversified.
The Nasdaq 100 is within walking distance of its all-time high, but one technician warns there's a storm brewing beneath the surface.
U.S. consumer sentiment inched up in October, but missed expectations, according to a report released on Friday.
Spending and income barely rose in September, suggesting some cooling in domestic demand after recent hefty increases.
KeyCorp on Friday announced plans to buy First Niagara Financial in a deal the company valued at $4.1 billion.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Don't assume your investment firm has everything under control.
Jim Cramer exposes the only two groups right now that have escaped the vicious claws of the rolling bear market.