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Jim Cramer says all of the rising on the market is not justified, but investors have some breathing room.
Lyft won't list on the Nasdaq until the end of March but one Montana-based investment firm is already rating it a "buy."
Market share for passively managed funds has risen to 45 percent, up a full point from June 2018, according to data this week from Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
Altria shares dropped after the FDA Commissioner said a meeting last week with the company and its e-cigarette unit Juul was "difficult."
Amazon's hunt for another business to drive its growth even higher may have its answer in Amazon Business, a note from Bank of America on Tuesday said.
California could reap a bonanza of "$1 billion or more" in new taxes from the upcoming stock offering of ride-hailing service Lyft, according to former California State Treasurer John Chiang.
FedEx is set to report earnings after the bell, and it could be a lifeline to this lagging sector.
There were multiple reports about trade talks between the U.S. and China on Tuesday, which sent traders scrambling to decipher.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has backed U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan "into a corner," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The strong stock market performance to start 2019 has yet to lure most investors back in from the sideline, implying that more gains could be ahead.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's dispute with federal regulators is making investors nervous.
New U.S. steel capacity will swamp the market and drag on steelmakers' profit margins, Bank of America Merrill Lynch says.
Investors should consider industrial stocks as their valuation, strong fundamentals and expected earnings growth make them an attractive investment, according to experts.
Argus Research downgraded Boeing to hold from buy on Tuesday, calling out the poor response from management after the second deadly crash of a 737 Max plane.
Strategic Wealth Partners' Mark Tepper says Alphabet is a better bet than Facebook.
In the search for fixed income, financial advisors are looking beyond bonds to alternatives, from the commonplace to the more arcane.