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One of Wall Street's most vocal bulls is growing less optimistic that tax reform will become a reality.
The small-cap Russell 2000 is coming into focus for one equity strategist this week.
According to some traders, Roku is about to stream even higher.
Some analysts are bullish about real-estate and big-box retailers that boast high customer-satisfaction and engagement ratings.
Jim Cramer dispelled the rumor that investors can't manage their own portfolios.
Jim Cramer opened up the lesson book and shared his top blunders made on Wall Street.
Jim Cramer knows a solid growth story is hard to come by. When he finds one, he hangs on for the ride.
The crux of the argument against the market remaining at new highs is that it's been going on for so long, it just can't continue
Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan worries that waiting too long to tighten could have serious effects later.
Potential Tesla competitor Lucid Motors is moving its headquarters to a much larger facility near Tesla's Fremont factory.
Tax reform proposals could reduce corporate tax rates domestically and free up offshore cash.
JPMorgan derivatives strategist Shawn Quigg told investors to buy call options on companies that will benefit the most from tax reform.
Citadel's Ken Griffin shares his market views in an exclusive interview with CNBC's Leslie Picker Monday.
UBS' Art Cashin also says investors are in "the fear-of-missing-out phase now."
Veteran analyst Dick Bove reveals the one bank he would buy, and the one he thinks is in trouble for years to come.
Wall Street is declaring The Gap "weekend winner" as store traffic over Thanksgiving and Black Friday hints at a strong holiday season.
Square's foray into bitcoin trading merely extends an "overdone" stock rally, prolonging an impending correction, according to one analyst.
Brent crude oil might be trading near today's levels in a year's time, says Jim O'Neill, but he thinks the price will hit $80 before then.
As some veteran strategists give their outlook for the market in 2018, it's as if they hear a clock ticking loudly in the background.
The chance of a stock market correction is now 70%, according to Vanguard, which is 30% higher than normal.
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