The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
U.S. stocks are sitting at four-year highs following the European Central Bank’s plan to buy bonds to contain the euro zone debt crisis. But today’s stock surge shouldn’t prompt a major change in investor behavior, John Bogle founder of Vanguard told CNBC’s "Closing Bell" on Thursday.
Rakesh Agrawal, reDesign Mobile editor, offers insight on Nokia. The stock has been slaughtered over the past week -- down 10 percent, though it's up today.
ECB President Mario Draghi has finally announced a bond buying plan, and now the experts are weighing in.
Already pinched by financial sanctions, Iran’s oil revenues dropped sharply in July to possibly less than a third of what it took in a year ago.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
With stocks hitting four-year highs on Thursday, investors had plenty of reason to feel bullish. But even Wall Street pros, while positive on stocks long-term, were cautious about the near-term outlook.
If President Obama needs some statistical fodder for his keynote address at the Democratic National Convention this evening, he may find it in the heart of what many consider “enemy territory” for his re-election effort: Wall Street.
Earnings quality check: Mohawk Industries is about as un-sexy a company as you can get. And Herb says, investors beware!
Lennar, DR Horton and PulteGroup are all hitting multi-year highs. And Bill Mack, AREA Property, discusses opportunities in real estate.
'It's hard for me to tell clients to jump in now," says Scott Wren, Wells Fargo Advisors senior equity strategist, discussing how the "smart money" is playing today's rally.
Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel, discusses what's driving the market higher on the heels of a new bond-buying program from the ECB, and CNBC's Gary Kaminsky takes a closer look at the S&P 500.
Thomas Lee, JPMorgan chief U.S. equity strategist, explains why now is a good time for investors to jump into the market, and the play to make in U.S. housing.
Eva Longoria is busy. In addition to speaking at the Democratic National Convention, the actress is pursuing a new venture. Get the details.
Discussing whether banks should lend to municipalities directly, with Alexandra Lebenthal, Lebenthal & Co. president and CEO, and CNBC's Steve Liesman reports the ECB will leave key interest rate unchanged at 0.75%.
Ken Sena, Evercore Partners analyst, weighs in on Amazon's expected unveiling of its new Kindle Fire, and why he thinks the company is a "buy" here.
Option action lit up yesterday in Abbott Laboratories, which has been a solid performer for the last year.
The European Central Bank is expected to come out swinging Thursday with a bond buying program intended to knock down rates for its weaker sovereigns.
Nokia and Motorola unveil new mobile phones; buzz is building for Amazon’s announcement tomorrow.