The “Fast Money” traders discuss their final trades for the day including Goldman Sachs, Apple, Citigroup and Schlumberger.
Jim Cramer broke down his thoughts on what’s really causing the decline in the retail market.
Jim Cramer finds that the price of crude will only get a significant bump when deep-water wells run out.
Jim Cramer finds that the price of crude will only get a significant bump when deepwater wells run out.
Out of all the large non-leveraged U.S.-listed exchange-traded funds, the six worst-performing are all closely tied to oil prices.
Stocks that analysts recommended for 2017 have generally gained, according to analysis from Bespoke Investment Group.
Two issues that have been floating around for a couple weeks weakened stocks midday.
Jim Cramer provided his investing strategies during times of uncertainty created by President Donald Trump.
Jim Cramer sped through his take on caller favorite stocks, including this restaurant play.
One trader says there is more pain to come for oil.
Stocks could "pop" and then see a "Friday fade-away because logic dictates you're going to have a risk-off afternoon," said one strategist.
Mike Liss, American Century Investments, gives his view that the market is overvalued right now and where investors should look to find a bargain.
Finally, super strong corporate earnings and revenue growth is expected, but markets may be playing defense as traders watch geopolitics.
Jim Cramer flew through his take on caller favorite stocks, including this semiconductor play.
Jim Cramer shares his take on whether Snap could get caught in Facebook’s crosshairs.
Jim Cramer sped through his callers' favorite stocks, including this promising energy play.
If you're interested in an energy investment, Kensho helps pick the right place to put it.
Andrew Keene, CEO of AlphaShark Trading, explains why he's short Exxon and Schlumberger.
One trader sees a rally in the charts for crude oil, and another way to play the commodity.
One technical analyst says the energy ETF XLE is "getting quite close to a compelling decline."