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  • Are High Frequency Traders Buying Data Ahead of You?

    CNBC's Rick Santelli talks to Paul Rowady, The TABB Group analyst about whether some high frequency traders have an unfair advantage by trading economic data before it goes public.

  • Nasdaq Cancels Some Kraft Trades Above $47.82

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports Kraft shares spiked in early trading and the Nasdaq is investigating potentially erroneous trades.

  • Chairs: Bald is Beautiful & Powerful

    The "Squawk Box" news team weighs in with their perspective on headline making news; including an article that contends: Guys who are bald have an edge and potentially better leadership skills, than those men with long locks.

  • Fast Traders: Not Always to Blame?

    The FMHR traders discuss the SEC's Regulation NMS, with Sean Hendelman, T3 Trading Group,and billionaire investor Mark Cuban.

  • Cramer's Six in 60: Panera Bread Remains 'Strong'

    Cramer shares six stocks to watch, and reveals them in under 60 seconds, including Celgene, Safeway, Sirius XM, and more.

  • Zell: Law Professors Shouldn't be Presidents

    Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, reveals his top commercial real estate investments; where to find emerging market opportunities; his outlook on the U.S. economy; and thoughts on presidential politics.

  • Zell: 'The Game Is Being Stacked Against Me'

    "Unleash the animal spirits of America, unleash the small businessmen, unleash people like me," said Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, talking about allowing Americans to "get back to business."

  • QE3 Catches Up With Real Estate: Zell

    "We are beginning to see the excess flow of capital; we're seeing too much capital chasing too few opportunities," said Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments chairman, talking about the impact of QE3 on real estate and stock markets.

  • Trader Buzz Before the Bell

    A look at what traders are watching ahead of the opening bell, with Kevin Ferry, Cronus Futures Management chief market strategist.

  • Cashin: Bullish If S&P Closes Above This Level

    Art Cashin of UBS tells Carl Quintanilla on "Squawk on the Street" that it will be very "helpful" to the bulls if the S&P closes above a key level he's watching.

  • Kick Off to Q4 Market Plays

    Scott Nations, NationsShares CIO, provides investment tips on the first day of trading in the fourth quarter.

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    With three months to go in 2012, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s head of U.S. Equity and Quantitative Strategy Savita Subramanian is one of the first on Wall Street to  make a call for 2013.

  • Trader Buzz: Gold vs. the US Dollar

    Scott Bauer, Trading Advantage market strategist, discusses the outlook for the precious metal, stocks, and currencies.

  • High-Frequency Traders Under Fire

    CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy discusses whether investors are at a disadvantage because of high-frequency traders.

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    Bob Janjuah, the bearish contributing strategist at Nomura in London has long predicted the S&P 500 will head towards 800, a level not seen since the aftermath of the collapse of Lehman Brothers. With the S&P 500 closing on Monday at 1,456, Janjuah has been forced to review his timing.

  • Protecting Your Reputation Online

    Michael Fertik, Reputation.com founder & CEO, discusses the fast way to protect yourself from online cyber attacks.

  • Bob Doll's Market Plan: Stay With Stocks

    "Stocks twelve months from now will have outperformed cash and Treasuries once again," predicts Robert Doll, BlackRock senior advisor, offering a plan for investors as the fiscal cliff looms?

  • The Fed is Being Too 'Coy': Brusca

    Discussing whether or not Bernanke will spark inflation with the latest round of quantitative easing, with Kevin Caron, Stifel Nicolaus portfolio manager, and Robert Brusca, FAO Economics chief economist.

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    The pullback in Apple’s stock price Tuesday likely means the market is doing what it’s supposed to be doing, “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer said.

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    Just a few years after Chinese companies lined up to sell shares on Wall Street, a growing number are reversing course and pulling out of U.S. exchanges.