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  • Like him or not—Jim Cramer often gets you to stop and think, which is the method to his madness. So when he started talking Netflix on CNBC today I stopped to listen.

  • Overall, investors shouldn’t have to worry about getting defensive, but volatility may become an issue going forward, said Bill Stone, chief investment strategist at PNC Wealth Management.

  • "We are 12 percent away from the all-time record highs, so now is a great time to focus and rethink strategies and be mindful of risk,” said Bill Spiropoulos, CEO of CoreStates Capital Advisors.

  • Applied Materials has not kept pace with recent strength in the semiconductor space, but yesterday's (Tuesday) activity was bullish on the chip equipment maker.

  • Cisco stock has been on the decline following several disappointing quarters, but John Morris, managing partner at Crestwood Advisors and Sarat Sethi, partner and money manager at Douglas C. Lane & Associates said this is a good time for investors to jump in.

  • Big Ben & Big Oil Vs. Big Earnings

    A look at what will win out, big oil or big earnings, with Bill Spiropoulos, CoreStates Capital Advisors; CNBC's Rick Santelli & Herb Greenberg.

  • Widely-Held Wonders

    John Morris, Crestwood Advisors, and Sarat Sethi, Douglas C. Lane & Associates, discuss stocks that are widely held but still offer an opportunity for growth.

  • Stop Trading: Jim Cramer

    CNBC's Jim Cramer with a list of stocks he has in his sights.

  • Call to the Floor: Ryder System

    An inside look at commercial truck leasing company, Ryder Systems and its better-than expected earnings with Gregory Swienton, Ryder System chairman & CEO.

  • Ford CEO on Earnings

    Discussing Ford's earnings and its successful turnaround with Alan Mulally, President & CEO, Ford Motor Company, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • There’s a “lot less risk” and a “lot more reward potential” in the blue-chip stocks, says Heather Brilliant, vice president of global equity and credit research at MorningStar. But Ron Weiner, CEO of RDM Financial Group, offered a counterpoint.

  • Silver prices plunged Tuesday after hitting fresh 31-year highs in the previous session, but the pullback is merely a “little hiccup,” said Phillip Streible, senior market strategist at Lind-Waldock.

  • Expect to see a continued bullish market in the short-to-intermediate term, according to David Loesser, president and founder of The Estate Planners Group.

  • The stock peaked around $27 last April, and it looks as if the bulls may be expecting a test of that level in the next few weeks.

  • What growth company pays a dividend? Most don’t — especially not in Silicon Valley. But that’s just what Netflix said it is doing — sort of — by resuming its stock buyback program, which had been on a quarter-long hiatus.

  • It didn’t take long for the Department of Justice to issue a second request to Nasdaq and Intercontinental Exchange seeking additional information as it scrutinizes its bid for the NYSE.

  • Stop Trading:  Jim Cramer

    CNBC's Jim Cramer with a list of stocks he has in his crosshairs.

  • While banks earnings have been decent this earnings season, there’s been no revenue or loan growth, according to Christopher Mutascio, managing director of Stifel Nicolaus.

  • No, No, Netflix

    Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities analyst, discusses his opinion that Netflix is a sell, in spite of the fact that the stock hit another high today. Pachter says the cost of content will continue to rise and, as a result, has placed an $80 price target on the stock.

  • Despite a 7 percent rally in the first quarter, the tech sector “still looks very strong,” according to Dan Morgan, vice president and portfolio manager of Synovus Securities.