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Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel makes his latest bullish case for stocks.
"We've got to remember that we're going to have a bit of a different Fed when it comes to implementing this," Art Cashin says.
The Oracle of Omaha says the Dow Jones industrial average can get to 1 million by the year 2117.
Wells Fargo Investment Institute released its 2018 year-end targets Thursday.
Jim Chanos believes McDonald's moves to improve its restaurants and its business will hurt other burger chain companies.
Jim Chanos shares his views on investing in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
Jim Cramer surveys the action in FedEx and explains why he thinks the stock isn’t done running higher.
Jim Cramer examines the charts of semiconductor maker Nvidia to predict the rallying stock's next moves.
Jim Cramer sat down with Peter Bauer, the head of cybersecurity firm Mimecast, for more on the state of the industry after the Equifax hack.
Jim Cramer says an Apple Watch glitch and earnings from General Mills and Bed Bath & Beyond all sent related stocks tumbling.
Charles River Ventures' Rafael Corrales says there are three big reasons for the current ICO craze.
Guggenheim Partners CIO Scott Minerd downplayed reports of upheaval at the firm and dismissed talk of a power struggle with the CEO.
The Oracle of Omaha isn't shy about singing duets with popular musicians, most recently taking his act to the Forbes centennial party
Companies that make lab equipment, testing supplies and analytical devices have driven the sector up 41 percent, beating the much-discussed internet giants
Goldman Sachs lowers its rating for Johnson & Johnson to sell from neutral.
When preparing to file taxes, focus on what you know and can control. Don't worry about any changes to tax law until they actually occur.
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