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Wall Street analysts are increasingly negative on Twitter, punctuated by Morgan Stanley downgrading it to "under weight" Wednesday.
Wall Street will keep a close eye on one segment of Microsoft's business when it reports earnings.
Bearish feelings about stocks have sharply declined, indicating the August lows may hold as the recent bottom, says AAII's Charles Rotblut.
Rebalancing, like asset allocation, largely determines a portfolio's return, say many advisors. So it's important to pay attention.
Matt Hougan, president of ETF.com, reveals the fund that's getting the most attention from investors.
Migration from actively managed mutual funds to passively managed funds hasn't abated, but not every active asset manager is affected.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Jeff Kilburg, founder and CEO of KKM Financial, shares his top investment picks for 2015 and beyond.
The market could jump 15 percent before the year is out, Oppenheimer's John Stoltzfus says.
So far in October, the Mexican fast casual chain says traffic has been "choppy."
Semiconductor equipment maker Lam Research said it agreed to buy rival KLA-Tencor in a cash and stock deal valued at about $10.6 billion.
Yahoo reported earnings of 15 cents per share on $1.23 billion in revenue, with sales below the Street's lowest estimate.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
You want to be set for life? Then you can't set and forget your 401(k) plan features.
Jim Cramer looks at the turnaround plan for four companies struggling with slow growth, to find the winner of the bunch.
Oil expert John Kilduff explains why a "pile up" of bearish factors this week could spark the next leg lower for crude.
Jim Cramer goes off the charts with the help of Bruce Kamich to spot a bottom in IBM's stock. How much further can it fall?
Even though there is good news about the Ferrari IPO, the pricing of Ferrari has nothing to do with the recent IPO market.
Behind the emotional pull of Ferrari, fundamental market facts seem to have gotten lost in its IPO.
Could Yum Brands be a takeover target?