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"What's the difference between bitcoin and trying to figure out the Super Bowl? I mean it's gambling," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
According to a new report by Credit Suisse, big market moves may not return anytime soon.
Evercore ISI initiated coverage on a slew of internet stocks, including bullish calls on the "FANG" stocks.
AeroVironment's revenue for fiscal second-quarter 2018 hit $73.8 million, marking a 47 percent year-over-year increase.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Emerging market equities have been lagging recently, but Gina Sanchez is optimistic.
The S&P 500 ETF (SPY) on Tuesday dropped below the early morning low, as well as Monday's low. That is a bad technical indicator.
A market that already has broken a multitude of records is about to set another one — this time for cash poured into stock-based funds.
David Rubenstein, co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, says the economy is in "reasonably good shape."
No matter the value, Dennis Gartman still won't bite.
Stocks could see more bumpy trading ahead, after the S&P 500 and Nasdaq each suffered their first three-day string of losses since August.
DoubleLine CEO Jeffrey Gundlach says historical and economic indicators point to a likely buying opportunity for commodities such as oil and gold.
Bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency, soared above $12,000 for the first time Wednesday, lifting the market.
Jim Cramer described how younger generations are vetoing customer loyalty and changing the fabric of the stock market.
Jim Cramer took to the charts with technician Carolyn Boroden to evaluate the declines in shares of Netflix, Apple and Facebook.
Jim Cramer explained why technology stocks like Alphabet and Facebook are so difficult to accurately value.
Jim Cramer revealed why finding stocks worth buying could be easier than you think.
Goldman Sachs remains pro-risk in equities, but the company's top strategists say "time is running out for Goldilocks."
The private equity billionaire says the tax reform working its way through Capitol Hill will be a game changer.
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