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Investing Technical Indicators

  • Market: No Stimulus, No Problem?

    Anticipating next week's earnings season, with Doug Cote, ING Investment Mgmt. and Channing Smith, Capital Advisors.

  • Santelli's Midday Bond Report

    CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on how the bond market is faring.

  • Art Cashin on the Market Drop

    Sharing perspective on the current state of the economy, with Art Cashin, UBS head of floor trading, who says "on the risk that the job number is great, people will say they may have missed the boat."

  • Breaking News: Geithner on GOP Plan

    CNBC's Steve Liesman has the details of Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's "political" speech regarding the GOP's economic plan.

  • Eddie Lampert on CNBC: Risk 'Coming Back' to Markets

    Influential investors Eddie Lampert and David Bonderman share their thoughts on the U.S. economy and markets, in this excerpt from a Squawk Box appearance honoring dealmaker Richard Rainwater.

  • Off the Charts: Cramer Compares Tech Giants

    Mad Money's Jim Cramer takes a look at the charts to see what the technical indicators show for Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, and Oracle.

  • The Australian stock market has been trapped in an investment-numbing sideways trend for the past six months. But chart pattern anaysis shows that a breakout for the S&P ASX 200 is imminent, with the next target at 4,700.

  • Talking Numbers: S&P Due for a Correction?

    Discussing the rally in the S&P 500 and whether it will continue, with Carter Worth, Oppenheimer Asset Mgmt. chief market technician. It has been 15 weeks since a correction of 4 percent or greater in the S&P.

  • Groupon's Accounting Mess

    "This company reported a $15 million operating profit and it has now moved to a $15 million operating loss," says Dennis Berman, The Wall Street Journal, who discusses what Groupon has to do in order to restore its credibility and build confidence with Wall Street investors.

  • Trader Triple Play: Q2 Predictions

    Sharing perspective on what investors should expect from the markets in Q2, with Gordon Charlop, Rosenblatt Securities, Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy, and Jeff Kilburg, Treasury Curve.

  • Talking Technicals: Market Headed for Resistance?

    John Kosar, Asbury Research, explains whether the markets will face some resistance later this year.

  • Money In Motion: Trade the Dollar's Dive

    A currency trade on the Canadian dollar/Japanese yen, with Rebecca Patterson, JPMorgan Asset Management.

  • Will China Kill the U.S. Stock Rally?

    The Fast Money traders weigh in on buying protection on long positions and discussing whether the 2012 rally is cooling off, and how to trade a slowdown in global growth. Also, Michael Harris, Campbell & Company, checks the charts on the S&P uptrend and the direction of equities and oil.

  • Talking Numbers: Buy Nike Now?

    Nike reports earnings after the bell today. Should investors get in on the stock now? Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton, and Paul Swinand, Morningstar, discuss.

  • Time to Buy FedEx?

    Insight on why Kevin Sterling, BB&T transportation analyst, has upped his price target on FedEx from $95 to $110 ahead of the shipping company's Q3 earnings release tomorrow.

  • Investing Pros Share Favorite Stock Picks

    Discussing whether the market will continue to trade higher in 2012, and what stocks you should pick up now, with Keith Trauner, Good Haven Fund portfolio manager and Bob Froehlich, The Hartford chief investment strategist. They also share their favorite stock picks.

  • Bernanke: 'The Economy is Still Very Challenging'

    CNBC's Steve Liesman speaks to Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke about his visit with college students, and the Fed's role in the economic recovery; Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs, reacts to Bernanke's comments on unemployment and the economy.

  • Talking Numbers: Which Bank is a 'Buy'?

    In the wake of this week's "stress test" for banks, a look at what the charts indicate about the biggest winners and losers, with Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton.

  • Volatility Playbook & Charting the Transports

    A play to protect your long position in financials, with the Fast Money traders, and Abigail Doolittle, Peak Theories, checks the charts for a longer-term break down of Apple stock, and the Dow Jones Transports.