Many auto dealers are speaking out against the Tesla business model. CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports what Tesla customers are saying after the New Jersey Motor Vehicles Commission's voted to ban the direct sale of automobiles in the state.» Read More
Alan Miller, founding partner at SCM Private, says that investors are right to be "nervous" about the European recovery and equities.
Jean-Rene Adam, deputy CEO of Hexavest, says there is a "high risk" of a stock market correction in 2014 as equity prices are currently expensive.
Gold, up 10 percent already this year, is likely to move higher as investors seek safety, ahead of Sunday's referendum in Crimea.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R) discusses his efforts in the natural gas revolution, as well as Louisiana's accelerating economy. "Louisiana's economy has grown 50 percent faster than the national economy," he says.
Nucor CEO John Ferriola discusses the impact of the natural gas revolution on U.S. manufacturing, and how using high quality DRI pellets, or direct reduced iron, lowers its costs and energy consumption while increasing its productivity.
Energy XXI Limited founder, Chairman & CEO John D. Schiller Jr. provides insight on his company's purchase of Exxon Mobil's assets.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Urban Outfitters dropped after a mixed Q4 earnings report, says CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Why Apple is at this year's South By Southwest conference, with CNBC.com's Cadie Thompson.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter, explains why he is long stocks and short crude oil. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Copper plunged on weak China export data. Dennis Gartman of The Gartman Letter, says he bought gold and sold copper a few weeks ago.
The "Fast Money" traders dig into the smartphone war, and how HTC fits in the space.
Jason MacKenzie, HTC Americas president, weighs in on the HTC One leaks, and says the HTC One was voted the smartphone of the year for 2013.
"Fast Money" trader Brian Kelly says he's been wrong on Facebook almost from the beginning. He bought Twitter today.
Companies making headlines after the bell Monday:
Discussing current market conditions, with Bill Fleckenstein, Fleckenstein Capital president. "I want to be ready for when it's time to get short," he says.
The weather card could be in play again in coming days, and it won't merely be used by investors to shrug off disappointing data on the labor market.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports Goldman Sachs is warning clients of potential underperforming stocks. The "Closing Bell" crew provides perspective.
Discussing if the retail investor is significant to the bull market rally and the importance of investors being diversified, with John Bogle, Vanguard founder.