"Sometimes the volatility is what really sticks around with us, and that could probably last anywhere from three to four months," Brian Jacobsen of Wells Fargo said.» Read More
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is skeptical the bipartisan budget agreement reached last night will pass a vote in Congress.
Drew Matus, UBS, and Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James, provide their thoughts on where the markets go from here as the Fed begins to consider exiting its asset buying program next year.
It's time for bond traders to place their bets on whether the Fed is ready to begin tapering its bond buying program.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes off the charts with Apple.
Morris Goldfarb, chairman and CEO of G-III Apparel Group tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer G-III has diversified the company from a leather coat store to a dominant player among women's apparel.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says this market's rotation has now extended to the expensive social media stocks while the senior growth stocks are resting.
Founders of Bees Brothers Nathan and Sam Huntzinger like the idea of idea of non-centralized currency that is inflation proof like Bitcoin.
Group 1 Automotive CEO Earl Hesterberg maps out General Motors' road ahead under new CEO Mary Barra.
David Gerstenhaber, Argonaut Capital Management president, says the biggest risk to the rally is the pull back of monetary policy from the Fed.
Is there a bubble in solar stocks? Tom Werner, president and CEO of SunPower, says there will be a whole new opportunity as costs go down. Werner also expresses optimism about the future of SunPower.
Steve West, ITG Investment Research, makes the bearish case for Starbucks but says in the long run you will be happy to own the coffee company.
Discussing the current market environment, and where opportunities exist, with Oaktree Capital Chairman Howard Marks. "Europe is probably better than the U.S.," he says.
CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The spread between Brent and WTI is shrinking due to a changing global supply picture, she says.
CNBC's Scott Wapner and Troy Gayeski, Skybridge Capital senior portfolio manager, discuss the probability of an aggressive December tape and if there is any more room for the market run.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and David Nelson, Belpointe Asset Management chief strategist, discuss QE and if market momentum will continue into 2014.
Should investors be adding Twitter to their portfolio? Brian Evans, Bond Street Wealth Management principal, thinks the stock is overvalued. Rob Sanderson MKM Partners, says Twitter's rich valuation speaks to its great opportunity.
Discussing market momentum and when the taper will likely hit, with Amy Wu, RBC Capital Markets; Uri Landesman, Platinum Partners; Michael Santoli, Yahoo Finance; Drew Nordlicht, HighTower; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at three stocks to watch tomorrow, including H&R Block, which missed expectations today; Costco, which reports in the early morning Wednesday; and Men's Wearhouse, which may offer details on any potential deal with Joseph A. Bank.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades of the hour.
Could boom times be back for stock market listings? EY's vice-chair of strategic growth markets, Maria Pinelli, says yes.