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  • MarkWest:  Pipeline to Dividends

    Mad Money's Jim Cramer cautions investors not to let today's huge rally lure you into being too aggressive. A company like MarkWest Energy Partners, a midstream master limited partnership, offer a "juicy" 6.2% yield.

  • Netflix

    Netflix's stock had a roller coaster day following the company's reversal of a plan to re-brand its DVD-by-mail service as "Qwikster." First the stock soared on the news that the company is ditching the new Qwikster brand; but then...

  • Lightning Round

    You say the name of a stock, and Mad Money's Jim Cramer tells you whether to buy or sell.

  • Canadian Loons

    The Canadian dollar got hammered in September, thanks to falling commodity prices and general risk aversion. But these strategists say the loonie is ready to lift again.

  • Is BEAM's Stock Top Shelf?

    BEAM has profited from the break-up of Fortune Brands says Mad Money's Jim Cramer, and now that it is a stand-alone liquor business, the company has a lot of growth ahead, and it's too darned good to ignore.

  • Will Deere's Stock Run?

    Is now the time to buy this best-of-breed company? Despite its run today, Mad Money's Cramer says there are too many positive catalysts going forward, and its beaten down shares are starting to look up to him.

  • Cramer: Time to Love Stocks Again?

    Are you running out of reasons to hate stocks? Mad Money host Jim Cramer says the markets have reached an interesting dichotomy: the paid to wait stocks are no longer waiting, and the big dog machinery plays are now cheap.

  • Fast Money Web Extra: Pops & Drops

    The Fast Money traders offer special CNBC.com-only advice on your investments.

  • Fast Money Final Trade

    The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.

  • Is This a Bear Market Rally?

    Making a technical case for a bear market rally, with Josh Brown, Fusion Analytic, who says, when it is time to buy again, buy emerging markets.

  • Tweet the Street

    The Fast Money traders weigh in on live "tweets" from viewers, and an options play on Lorillard, with Scott Nations, NationsShares.

  • Money in Motion: AUD vs. DXY

    An options play on the Australian & U.S. dollar, with Amelia Bourdeau, WestPac Institutional Bank.

  • Gold's Down: What's Paulson's Next Move?

    September's gold sell-off turned a bad year for billionaire investor John Paulson into an even worse one. Discussing Paulson's investment strategies and whether the threat of redemptions are causing him a problem, with Greg Zuckerman, WSJ & author.

  • Fast Money, October 10, 2011

    CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Fast Money traders discuss the day's top trades and the stocks they'll be watching tomorrow.

  • WOTS:  Dow Up Over 300 Points

    The Fast Money traders weigh in on Monday's market rally, the trade on banks; Netflix's wild ride; and charting whether stocks are stuck in a trading range, with Chris Verrone, Strategas.

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    "We do think we've seen the low for the year, but can't be as confident it's the low for the next 12 months," says one strategist.

  • Talking Numbers: Market Bottom?

    Weekly indicators are oversold, daily momentum is positively diverging, and the S&P 500 is moving through a downtrend. Insight into whether its time for investors to add positions, with Robert Sluymer, RBC Capital Markets.

  • The Bust & Boomers of Housing

    Coldwell Banker surveyed its 12,000 agents to get their view on how the baby boomer generation is looking at the real estate situation. Jim Gillespie, Coldwell Banker CEO analyzes how the results play into the housing market.

  • Stocks surged in the final minutes of trading to close at session highs Monday, led by banks, amid optimism that France and Germany's pledge would help resolve the euro zone debt crisis and rescue the region's struggling financials.

  • Short sellers may be sending a message they expect shares of Alcoa to go down after reporting earnings, Data Explorers Research Director Will Duff Gordon told CNBC Monday.