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US Markets Market Outlook

  • Avoid 'glamour' stocks to boost returns: Pro

    Jim O'Shaughnessy, O'Shaughnessy Asset Management CEO, discusses how his long-term investment strategy can increase returns.

  • Gartman: Don't even consider shorting the market

    It's still a bull market says Dennis Gartman, "The Gartman Letter" editor, sharing his thoughts on Tuesday's triple-digit drop in the Dow. I think it's time to be neutral again, says Gartman.

  • Dow sheds triple-digits as investors eye bargains

    Stephen Wood, Russell Investments, and Steve Ricchiuto, Mizuho Securities chief economist, share their outlook on the markets. It's a stock picker's market, says Wood.

  • Pre-market open: What you need to know

    Here's all you need to know about the U.S. markets ahead of the open, with CNBC's Sri Jegarajah.

  • Cash not always king: Cramer

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why picking a stock "sitting on a mountain of cash" could cause an investor to get crushed.

  • Learning to love secondary offerings

    Secondary stock offerings do not always mean a company is in trouble, Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains.

  • Signs of a bottoming stock

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how low estimates from Caterpillar in 2009 and JPMorgan in 2012 signaled the bottoming of their stocks.

  • Yahoo's intelligent homescreen

    Paul Montoy-Wilson and Mark Daiss, product managers for Aviate at Yahoo, discuss how Aviate functions and shares their monetization strategy for the home-screen replacement.

  • Housing data sign of life: Pro

    Steven Berkowitz, Move, Inc, CEO, weighs in on the rising interest for homes at the moment and discusses its competitors.

  • El Pollo Loco files for IPO

    Fast-food restaurant chain El Pollo Loco filed for an IPO and plans to list on the Nasdaq under the ticker LOCO. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.

  • SunPower's storage play

    Tom Werner, SunPower chairman, president and CEO, discusses its plan to implement solar energy storage solutions with KB Home.

  • Gary Stern: Yellen right on inflation

    Gary Stern, former Minneapolis Fed president, weighs in on inflation concerns and how rising medical costs will impact health care.

  • Rising medical costs warning sign for industry: Pro

    A study projects medical costs will rise in 2015. Rick Judy of PricewaterhouseCoopers, discusses the implications health care spending growth will have on the industry. CNBC's Eamon Javers provides perspective on Obamacare.

  • A lot of opportunity: Pro

    Comparing current market activity with that of the late 1990's, with Lance Ulanoff, Mashable; Ylan Mui, The Washington Post; Mike Santoli, Yahoo Finance; "Fast Money" trader Guy Adami; and CNBC's Eamon Javers.

  • Pisani's reasons for selloff

    CNBC's Bob Pisani discusses the factors behind today's market selloff. Bob says the drop in momentum names and the dip in oil were contributors.

  • Feels like a traders market: Pro

    Discussing how turmoil in the Middle East and key housing data impacted today's trading session, with Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities director.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Gold at 10-week high

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Crude was mixed today, nat gas was up on the day, and gold hit a 10-week high today.

  • Closing Bell Exchange: Depressing bull market

    Discussing the state of the bull market run and the global growth story, with Joe Bell, Schaeffer's Investment Research; Bryan Piskorowski, Wells Fargo Advisors; Sam Stovall, S&P Capital IQ; and Diane Garnick, Clear Alternatives.

  • CNBC's Top State for Business: Runner-up

    The state of Texas tops out at number 2 on CNBC's top state for business list. CNBC's Scott Cohn says Texas Gov. Rick Perry has practically invented the personal war between the states for jobs.

  • CNBC's Top State for Business: Utah is No. 3

    The state of Utah tops out at number 3 on CNBC's top state for business list. CNBC's Scott Cohn says the Beehive State's best category is access to capital, but education remains a weak spot.