Jim Cramer says when you see this pattern forming in a company's stock, run far away. Likewise, the inverse pattern could be a gold mine.» Read More
Jim Cramer is nauseated with the amount of companies in trouble. And they all have this issue in common.
One expert explains why economic growth will be more global and predicts mid-single digit growth for the U.S. in 2016.
RBC says that a few choice cyclical names could be the best performers in 2016.
John Kilduff, founding Partner of Again Capital, is bullish on natural gas.
Options Action trader Michael Khouw explains a very festive trade structure called a Christmas tree.
CNBC's Jim Cramer has a message for Tim Cook critics.
See how well you know the thinking behind the wealthy supporters of the presidential candidates. The answers may surprise you.
CNBC senior markets commentator Michael Santoli discusses the cautionary market forecasts for 2016 and what that likely means for the bull market.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer officially anoints this as liquidation season. The question is, when will the selling stop?
Apple shares are sliding into year-end, and one technician says they could fall even further as the stock breaks below important support.
Hedge fund billionaires Leon Cooperman and John Arnold tell CNBC many energy companies will go bankrupt if oil prices stay low.
2016 may not be a very good year, strategists tell CNBC.
Oilman Harold Hamm says 2016 will be the year that oil markets recover. Here's when he thinks it will happen.
Lyft, Uber's biggest competition in the U.S., expects to raise up to $1 billion in a new round of financing, Bloomberg reported.
U.S. regulators are probing complaints about Theranos by two former employees, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Expecting banks to pay more for your money just because they're getting more from theirs is setting yourself up for disappointment.
Jim Cramer was baffled by the actions of analysts on two large name stocks. What makes these moves so curious?
Jim Cramer envisions a day when stocks could be purchased just as easily as products on Amazon.
Looking at market volatility post Fed hike decision? Expert says the markets lack confidence.