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The "Fast Money" traders choose their favorite stocks out of the six best-performing stocks since the stock market bottom.
Jim Cramer disagrees with the notion that gains in the market are due to the Fed and proves his case.
The company posted an adjusted loss of 19 cents per share on revenue of $793.3 million.
The company's stock is down more than 30 percent over the past 12 months.
Gold fell to a one-month low of $1,201.2 in Thursday trading as the metal sunk for the eight straight session.
Shortly after initiating coverage, Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi said the company has a compelling vision but near-term challenges.
JPMorgan says American Express customers have $175 billion of loan balances at its competitors.
An uptick in inflation could unleash a string of rate hikes by the Fed, potentially knocking down stocks.
U.S. crude is likely to fall to $42 by the end of April, erasing its gains since November, John Kilduff said Thursday.
CNBC looked at the average performance of every S&P 500 member during the last seven bull market corrections.
Analysts at AllianceBernstein on Friday released their outlook for Tesla.
BTIG's Katie Stockton tells CNBC the market could retract slightly to reset for another run higher.
Canaccord Genuity predicts AMD's new Ryzen processor will gain market share.
Traders paid more to "short" Facebook shares on its public debut than they did when Snapchat parent Snap went public.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
High-yielding stocks with high valuations could be in big trouble.
Jeffrey Saut shares his market views in an interview Thursday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jim Cramer drilled down on why he thinks investors shouldn’t jump ship in the oil cohort and what they should do instead.
Jim Cramer cautions investors to think twice before reading an article about 'warning signs' and dumping their stocks.
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