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Slow and steady stocks may be just the right investment in this market environment, as long as they are the right ones, two pros say.
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CNBC's Mary Thompson and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the factors moving the markets today, and whether a Fed hike is built in.
Here are the best Wall Street analyst and strategist calls Monday.
Analysts at Goldman Sachs added Schlumberger to the firm's conviction list, predicting a 25 percent gain in the next 12 months.
Jefferies told clients dividend growth will matter more than earnings growth, so investors should buy companies increasing their payout ratios.
Ringing today's opening bell are Eli Lilly and Company CEO John Lechleiter, at the NYSE, and USO of Metropolitan New York Brian Whiting, at the Nasdaq.
Shares of the payment processing firm Square may have reached a bottom, analysts at CLSA told clients on Monday.
Today's bell ringers are Eli Lilly and Company CEO John Lechleiter, at the NYSE, and USO of Metropolitan New York Brian Whiting, at the Nasdaq.
Goldman Sachs initiates coverage of Intuit with a "buy" rating.
Goldman Sachs told clients the election will be a lot closer than the consensus expects and that's bad for the overall market, but good for a few stocks.
CNBC's Mike Santoli presents the bull case that investors fleeing the stock market are ignoring. Plus, a stock for these volatile times.
CNBC Pro finds the most oversold stocks to buy and overbought names to sell, based on historical statistics from analytics tool Kensho.
Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel, is keeping an eye on the market just after news the White House is on lock down, and key levels the bulls should pay attention to.
CLSA gave clients its top stock ideas for the next decade.
CNBC Pro highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
CNBC's Dom Chu and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's driving the market higher today.
Ringing today's opening bell are DineEquity CEO Julia Stewart, at the NYSE; and The Gordon Parks Foundation Co-chair Alexander Soros, at the Nasdaq.
Today's bell ringers are DineEquity CEO Julia Stewart, at the NYSE; and The Gordon Parks Foundation co-chair Alexander Soros, at the Nasdaq.
Using Kensho, a hedge fund analytics tool, CNBC Pro screened for which securities do well and poorly when volatility surges.