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Chuck Royce believes the small-cap rally has "a long way to go" in the coming years.
The merger of Angie's List and IAC's HomeAdvisor may be just the beginning of IAC's expansion into the space, CEO Joey Levin said.
Jim Cramer turns to the charts to discover that software players like Microsoft are leading the index to new highs.
The federal government has not levied a gasoline tax increase in 24 years, and for good reason.
The surge comes after Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said that details on Trump's infrastructure plan will be disclosed "pretty soon."
One technical measure of market strength shows that the rally is on firm footing, according to one technical analyst.
The news comes at a time when health-care companies and hospitals are seesawing on President Donald Trump's every word about the industry.
Apple may have the biggest overall stash, but other companies could also stand to save billions on a corporate tax holiday.
Despite all the attention paid to Apple's cash hoard, Aswath Damodaran thinks the best thing to do with it is "probably nothing."
The companies that are making money aren't making their investors money, Lee found.
"I started buying Twitter recently because I think they finally got their act together with artificial intelligence," Cuban says.
JPMorgan shares its best current stock picks in its monthly "U.S. Analyst Focus List" report.
Major averages slipped Monday but then rebounded after Trump said he is considering breaking up the banks.
Investors may wonder which $900+ technology stock will break the $1,000 milestone first.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Analysts had expected the handbag retailer to report earnings of 44 cents a share on sales of $1.019 billion.
After engaging in $4.3 trillion of buybacks over the past 10 years, companies have been pulling back.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
Analysts will watch for whether consumers are buying more iPhones than last year, even with a much-hyped new model on the horizon.
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