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“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is revealing the real reason to save money.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Kevin Landis' "Squawk Box" Platinum Portfolio is already up 14 percent this year. Here's his next move.
Battered gold still has further to fall, according to technical analyst Rich Ross.
While Wall Street frets about a potential Fed rate rise next week, economist Joe LaVorgna of Deutsche Bank says an October hike is more likely.
The risk that oil could fall as low as $20 a barrel is rising amid a persistent surplus, Goldman Sachs said, cutting its forecasts again.
As investors look for cover in volatile times, opinion remains mixed about pension fund investment strategies among experts.
The billionaire tells CNBC he's more bullish on stocks based on valuations than fellow hedge fund titan David Tepper. Ackman also talks Mondelez and his Herbalife short.
Hong Kong’s wealthiest citizens face some tricky investment decisions, as the slowdown in China’s economy and the crash in the Shanghai stock market hits the appeal of investing close to home.
The "Fast Money" traders list what they're watching ahead of the new trading day.
Discover is offering cardholders an extra 10% cash-back bonus through the end of the year on up to $10,000 of in-store purchases made with Apple Pay.
Professor Cramer heads back to the classroom to review the basics of investing, and where to start.
CNBC Contributor Mike Khouw describes bullish options activity in Bristol-Myers Squibb.
Jim Cramer educates investors on the best approach to dealing with taxes in a portfolio, to make the most on profits.
Professor Cramer heads back to the classroom to review the basics of investing, starting with saving! Because you can't invest without savings.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: Finisar, Zumiez, Puma & more.
Wall Street and the tech media were disappointed with the Apple product event, continuing worries of a sales growth slowdown in the coming quarters.
As the Fed appears to move closer to a potential rate hike, emerging markets could take a hit. Here are the companies with the most exposure.
Consider it a tale of two markets: One that started out the year the most boring, transforming to one that lately has been the most volatile.