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Jerry Castellini, CastleArk Management, and Doug Gordon, Russell Investments, discuss the Trump rally and whether it will continue into the new year.
CNBC anchor Brian Sullivan looks back at his 2016 predictions to see where he hit and missed.
The short-seller firm cited risk from "emerging" data center competition next year from Intel and Advanced Micro Devices.
Donald Trump's pro-growth policies will help corporate America and will propel stocks higher, Heartland Financial's Nancy Tengler says.
Amy Young, MacQuarie Research, discusses the best trades in the telecom sector.
Zillow announces the people's choice for the absolute worst celebrity neighbor.
Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac vice president, discusses the return of house flipping, as the market for loans is expected to reach about $48 billion in sales volume next year.
CNBC's Seema Mody looks at international markets following Brexit and heading into next year.
Roberto Friedlander, Seaport Global, looks at crude's very good 2016 and whether the gains can continue into next year.
Michael Sonnenfeldt, Tiger 21 Founder, looks at other billionaires who fared very well in 2016.
Billionaire Warren Buffett, who backed Hillary Clinton for president, has made a killing in the weeks since the election--about $3.5 billion, according to Forbes.
Brad McMillan, Commonwealth Financial Network, and "Fast Money" trader Tim Seymour look at the sectors that could push the Dow Jones industrial average past the magic 20,000 number.
Mary Epner, principal at Mary Epner Retail Analysis, looks at whether Kate Spade is up for sale as well as overall retail numbers from this holiday season.
Ari Wald, executive director and head of technical analysis at Oppenheimer & Co. looks at the factors that are keeping the Dow from crossing over the magic number, 20,000.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on a possible credit card hack at Intercontinental Hotels Group.
Romit Shah, Nomura Securities executive director and senior analyst, discusses whether Nvidia will continue to be a strong performer or whether it's time to ditch the stock.
CNBC's Kate Rogers on how retailers have done so far this holiday season.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on Donald Trump's statement that he'll be making a "positive" economic announcement this afternoon.
Affinity fraud is growing, but one corporate investigations expert says it's among the easiest scams to detect.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on lingering tensions from World War II and China's newfound aggressiveness in the South China Sea.