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The basic theme is: lower for longer. This theme is familiar to those watching oil, but this time the theme is broader.
BTIG cut Disney to a "sell" rating due to guidance for upcoming years that is "far too high."
Two of the world's biggest companies, Apple and Wal-Mart Stores, are two companies "you can never mention."
With crude oil prices collapsing this year amid a widening supply glut, one technician sees yet another reason to be worried about oil.
CNBC Pro used Kensho, a quantitative analytics tool used by hedge funds, to see what happens to the market after flat return years.
The median male investor lost 1.8 percent over the last 12 months, including fees and dividends, while women squandered only 1.4 percent.
Oil will be "lower for longer," the CEO of Hess tells CNBC, while still predicting a near doubling of prices by the end of 2016.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Goldman Sachs sees further weakness for oil on the worsening of already weak fundamentals after OPEC refused to cut production.
The Fed's decision Wednesday to increase interest rates for the first time since June 2006 could be setting up a winning trade for a group of stocks.
Despite dismal returns in the last three years, gold bug Peter Schiff stands behind his claim that the commodity could surge to $5,000.
Jim Chanos is betting against SolarCity, but he and some "Fast Money" traders believe the solar space holds long-term upside.
Some money missteps are minor, but in an IRA account they can wreck your retirement.
The "Fast Money" traders give their first trade for tomorrow.
Jim Cramer reviews the portfolio of several investors that hold Apple, and gives his take on whether it's still a good stock to hold.
Jim Cramer used the lessons learned from four companies in Wednesday's rally to discover the companies that are truly loved.
Jim Cramer wants investors to curb their enthusiasm. Now that the Fed has tightened, this is a different environment.
Short seller Jim Chanos said he has shorts in most major leveraged oil companies and SolarCity.
Stocks could trade with both high volatility and high volume on the final quadruple witching Friday of the year.
The Fed went down the tightening road, but what does it mean? A former regional president weighs in on the decision and what to watch for next.