Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells you why he thinks IYR's past momentum is slowing.
An outlook on the metals trade, with Rob Stein, Astor Asset Management and Christian Magoon, Magoon Capital.
The move by Charles Schwab to offer 401(k) funds stuffed with ETFs is a challenge to the actively managed retirement funds such as those run by Fidelity Investments.
A look at how investors can make money on sovereign debt fears, with Brian Stutland, Stutland Equities through an ETF that tracks 20-year Treasurys.
Discussing three ways to invest in health care through REITs, dividends and ETFs, with Jay Tyner, Semmax Financial Advisors.
Technology stocks have lagged the market since late last year. Does that mean tech is broken as a sector? For answers, we turn to the charts.
The ETF that tracks the BRICs is down 5% over the last 6 months, lagging the S&P 500, with Mike Holland, Holland & Company, and Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management.
Keith Neumeyer, First Majestic Silver president & CEO, sheds insight on why his company's stock is down.
Some hedge funds have lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the recent commodity market blow-off and it has certainly reintroduced an element of two-way action back into the trade.
How to invest in a volatile market, with Brandon Ross, Peak Capital Investment Services.
CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at what patterns investors have seen in commodity ETFs.
A growing number of people are concerned about retirement. Insight on what not to invest in, with Steve Dimitriou, Mayflower Advisors co-founder/managing partner.
Despite the recent sell-off is energy still a good investment strategy? Sam Stovall, Standard & Poors weighs in.
Advice on the ETFs to watch, with Jeff Duncan, Duncan Financial Group and David Kotok, Cumberland Advisors.
A play on corn and other commodities, with Brian Stutland, Stutland Equities.
A look back at last year's "flash crash" and problems ETFs pose to the system, with Harold Bradley, Kauffman Foundation; Paul Justice, Morningstar; and CNBC's Herrb Greenberg.
Discussing last years "flash crash" and regulations put in place to protect the small investor, with Charles Rotblut, American Association of Individual Investors.
When the British Financial Stability Board was established a couple of years ago, it declared that one of its goals was to produce better "early warning" systems of looming financial trouble spots. Now it is turning this rhetoric into reality. Investors should pay attention.
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Silver has dropped more than 20% this week, since margin requirements were raised. Who is cashing in on silver? CNBC's Brian Sullivan has the details.