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Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses what happens when activists come calling as well as other events that could drive a stock higher.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Fast Money #AsksKensho and dives into which sectors and industries perform best in the three months before and after a rate hike.
Edmund Lee, Re/Code managing editor, discusses ETSY's IPO pricing and business model.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
In honor of ETSY pricing its IPO, can you guess which Fast Money trader this ETSY item looks like?
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the initial public offering of Virtu Financial Inc., a high-frequency trading firm, will be priced around $19/share. This is the first time a pure play HFT firm has gone public in this market, he says.
Dan Nathan, RiskReversal.com, breaks down why he likes Shake Shack and compares the stock to GoPro.
Ravi Shanker, Morgan Stanley, joins the Fast Money team to discuss his forecast on self-driving technologies and his bullish outlook for Mobileye.
The "Fast Money" traders talk Netflix and give you 5 trades in tech.
The Fast Money traders discuss the top trades and track Bank of America stock following the company's revenue miss.
The Fast Money traders discuss how to play the energy sector as oil hits its highest level this year.
Netflix investors are completely unconcerned about profits or cash flow, and only care about subscribers, says Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on ETSY as the company hopes to raise about $267M in its initial public offering.
Matt Maley, Miller Tabak, and David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors, join Power Lunch to discuss earnings estimates and where to find buying opportunity.
Chart analyst John Kosar breaks down a key component of the stock market and why it is bottoming.
David O'Malley, Penn Mutual Asset Management CEO, and Eric Schoenstein, Jensen Quality Growth Fund, discuss why investors should be cautious in the market.
The Najarian brothers discuss unusual activity with Owens Corning and CIT Group and try to make money on it.
As oil turned positive for 2015 Wednesday, Jon Najarian looked to capitalize on the crude comeback.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Shake Shack ahead of earnings.