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  • The Goldman Sachs booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

    Shares of investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have underperformed in 2011 as investors worry about the future of their traditional business models amid a regulatory environment that seeks to reign in risky trading practices ... a report from TheStreet.

  • Stock Value Plays

    Advice for some thrifty plays in the markets, with Eric Cinnamond, River Road Asset Management and Jeff Duncan, Duncan Financial Group.

  • Pandora's 9% gain on its debut was solid performance — all the more so because it came on a day of a broad slump in the overall stock market. Yet the listing paled in comparison to recent incandescent Internet I.P.O.’s. The NYT reports.

  • Pandora trader wearing single symbol P on his jacket at the NYSE

    Amid profitability concerns, tech IPOs have performed very poorly overall this year – despite the fact that many of them received lots of hype before their first day of trading.

  • Pandora trader wearing single symbol P on his jacket at the NYSE

    Pandora Media's lack of profitability didn't stop investors from tuning in to the Internet radio stock, boosting it's price as much as 50 percent in its market debut Wednesday.

  • Pandora trader wearing single symbol P on his jacket at the NYSE

    Online-radio service Pandora Media and Internet real-estate tracking website Zillow are about to join a rare group of publicly traded companies that have single-letter ticker symbols.

  • Pandora trader wearing single symbol P on his jacket at the NYSE

    Pandora debuted on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday, pressuring Sirius XM shares. But are Wall Street's jitters warranted? ...A report from TheStreet.

  • During this uncertain economy, the current forecast shows large cap defensive stocks are the place to be, according to Russ Koesterich, global chief investment strategist for BlackRock's iShares.

  • JDS Uniphase may have found support at its 200-day moving average, and yesterday (Monday) the options action turned bullish.

  • Twitter

    Ed Ponsi of Barchetta Capital Management answers stock-related questions tweeted by CNBC viewers in our "Trading on Twitter" segment. Here are his comments.

  • Technicals: What Do the Charts Say?

    A look at what the charts are saying about the markets, with David Nicoski, Vermilion Capital Management, and David Loesser, The Estate Planners Group.

  • Defensive Position in Stocks

    More volatility is on the way, says Russ Koesterich, iShares global chief investment strategist.

  • According to Steve Grasso, director of institutional sales at Stuart Frankel, and Peter Yastrow, strategist and principal of Yastrow & Origer, now is not the time to take risks with investing.

  • After six weeks of losses, is the stock market at the beginning or at the end of its correction?

  • The Greece Effect

    The CNBC team reports on Greece's downgrade and its impact on the markets, with Bob Pisani, Courtney Reagan and Sharon Epperson.

  • Brigham Exploration said last week that harsh weather will harm oil production—but that didn't stop bulls from charging into upside options.

  • As the Federal Reserves' $600 billion bond-buying program, dubbed QE2, comes to an end and the U.S. continues to struggle with its massive debt, investors might have to take a more defensive strategy in anticipation of higher inflation, according to a pair of four-star fund managers.

  • Investors should make sure to snap up a few key stocks going into next week, according to Jeffrey Saut, the chief investment strategist at Raymond James, who gave his picks for the coming week and general market outlook on Friday.

  • When I first started warning about Chinese stocks that trade in the U.S. a year ago, the mantra was simple: Most were created through reverse mergers. The bigger question: Why did they wind up trading here rather than closer to home—in Hong Kong?

  • Calls outnumbered puts by more than 2 to 1 yesterday, another indication that the sentiment remains bullish.