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With markets hovering at new highs, here's why traders are growing desperate.
Shares of Tractor Supply fell more than 16 percent on Thursday, tracking for their worst day since April 28, 2000.
Jim Cramer says history is on Bill Ackman’s side, and lays out the price to stay hungry for Chipotle’s stock.
Jim Cramer explained why a narrowing focus on certain industries is defining the winners of the tape.
Airline stocks led the Dow transports more than 1 percent higher intraday Wednesday, after Delta Air Lines and Southwest Airlines both reported encouraging figures.
GW Pharma jumped after reports said it's working with Morgan Stanley after other drug makers expressed interest in an acquisition.
Markets are steady as she goes with strength in two key sectors.
Shares of Western Digital jumped more than 12 percent Wednesday after the company raised its profit forecast for the first quarter.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Wednesday that sportswear giant Nike is "far better" at picking players to sell product than Under Armour.
Here's why the S&P midcap index could continue their run after hitting a record high.
Pershing Square's investment in Chipotle may not be enough to spark a short-term turnaround for the chain, according to analysts.
Peter Schiff's EuroPac International Value Fund is having a banner year, thanks to investments in gold and resource and telecom companies.
It's not just Apple. More than 300 of the Fortune 500 keep $2.4 trillion in profits overseas. Many stocks are vulnerable to a tax attack.
Morgan Stanley raises its price target on the social media company.
New data from eVestment show that big institutional traders sold Apple's stock more than any other in the second quarter.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
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