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  • Cramer: POST Benefits From Break Up

    Mad Money's Cramer explains how cereal maker, Post is likely to become extremely profitable, now that it's independent of parent company, Ralcorp.

  • 'Hunger Games': A Needle Mover for Lions Gate?

    Every once in a while, there's a new product or movie that's big enough to have a huge impact on the company, says Mad Money's Cramer, and "Hunger Games" is a giant needle mover for LGF, that's why the stock is a "buy" here.

  • Cramer's Memo to Short Sellers

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why stocks turned negative on Tuesday, but managed to post small gains at the close.

  • Fast Money Web Extra

    The Fast Money crew offers special CNBC.com-only advice on your investments.

  • Fast Money Final Trade

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

  • Michael Kors Shares Soar on Blowout Earnings

    Shares of Michael Kors surged 25% on an extraordinary Q3 beat. Michael Kors, Michael Kors Holdings honorary chairman, discusses the outlook for the company, and which fashions produce the greatest margins.

  • Options Action: The XLB Trade

    An options strategy on the materials sector, with Mike Khouw, Cantor Fitzgerald.

  • Icahn Wants CVR Energy to Sell

    Legendary investor, explains why he is calling for the sale of CVR Energy. Icahn has a 14.5% stake in CVI. The Fast Money crew with the play on the sale, and options activity.

  • The natural-gas company shares are hard to love these days, but there are still angles to be played. Long-term investors point to optimism about the importance of U.S. natural gas supply in a global context, while short-term natural gas pricing weakness is also seen as a way to identify contrarian bets.

  • Breaking News: Berkshire Hathaway's 13F Holdings

    CNBC's Brian Sullivan breaks down the details on Berkshire Hathaway's new stakes in Davita and Liberty Media, and increased stakes in Coca-Cola, DirecTV, CVS Caremark and General Dynamics, with the Fast Money traders. Also, John Paulson's plan to spin off Hartford Financial and the play in financials..

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    Natural gas futures were higher Tuesday, but analyst say the year's low may be yet to be seen as abundant supply and a warm winter keep the pressure on prices. In fact, some analysts say the price could break $2 per million BTUs before it moves higher.

  • If you missed out on Apple and Google rallies, don’t get down. You’ll get a chance to ride the next tech boom in emerging markets, Ron Shah, founder and portfolio manager at Jina Ventures, told CNBC.

  • New York vs. Silicon Valley

    New York's tech scene may not be on par with Silicon Valley's, but the city is certainly doing everything it can to step up the competition, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  • Stocks closed narrowly mixed in a volatile session Tuesday, cutting their losses in the final minutes of trading following reports that the Greek conservative leader will deliver a letter of commitment to lenders on Wednesday.

  • Is Zynga a Game Changer?

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin previews the game maker's earnings, and making the bull and bear case for Zynga stock ahead of its Q1 numbers, with Max Wolff, GreenCrest Capital, and Ben Schachter, Macquarie Securities.

  • Markets Selloff on Economic Worries

    CNBC's Sue Herera, Jon Fortt and Simon Hobbs weigh in on the day's market slide.

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    "They average investor is not going to like ETFs when the markets tank, and they're going to think they're the best thing since sliced bread when the market's going up," says one market pro.

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    Bespoke crunched the numbers and found some long-time dividend payers with solid earnings that it sees as a relatively safe way to get yield.

  • Should Investors Worry Over Iran?

    Richard Madigan, JPMorgan Global Access Portfolios, explains whether investors should be concerned about growing tensions in the Middle East, particularly Iran.

  • Going against the herd is never easy, especially when money is on the line, but that’s exactly what our traders did last Friday.