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Markets coming back strong after falling sharply at the start of the day. So is “Buy the Dip” alive and well? And what stocks should you be getting in on now? Plus Lucid Motors the latest name to enter the SPAC world. But the window of opportunity to see gains may be shorter than you think.By CNBC
 
Big tech taking a big hit today as interest rates continue their climb higher. So is this the end of the long-unstoppable bull market in tech. We break down the trade. And will Kohl’s be a buy with or without an activist trying to shake up its board? Why one trader is giving the retailer’s stock a second look.…
 
With winter weather wreaking havoc on the South, investing in infrastructure is even more front and center. We take a look at the stocks that could be affected. Plus we’re a year since hitting the S&P’s pre-pandemic high, but not all stocks have taken part in the recovery. We’ve got some names ready to play catch up.…
 
Twitter shares soared more than 25% this week on the heels of a strong earnings report and user growth. But one trader is pulling the plug on the name. Plus, just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re taking a look at the most loved stocks on Wall Street and finding out whether they’re true love or heartbreakers.…
 
Tesla announced it bought $1.5 billion in the popular cryptocurrency, sending the price of Bitcoin to all-time highs. But what happens if other companies start buying up the digital coin too? And with airlines rallying along with the broader markets today, will the reopening rally continue to drive stocks?…
 
Stocks accelerated losses at the end of the session, as investors awaited earnings reports from titans like Apple, Tesla, and Facebook. Among the forces driving the market: concerns over COVID vaccine distribution and the continued squeeze on short sellers which has forced traders to sell their long positions.…
 
We’re breaking down all the action on one of the busiest days of this earnings season. Reports from Microsoft, AMD and Starbucks are all on the docket. Plus could all the actions we’ve seen in highly shorted names like GameStop be a signal that there’s a new guard in charge on Wall Street?By CNBC
 
President Joe Biden signing an executive order on minimum wage for federal workers. But how would a broad increase impact consumers and the companies that employ them. Plus a big week ahead for earnings. We go beyond the bottom line to find what our traders are most closely watching.By CNBC
 
As stocks like Gamestop and Blackberry see huge gains and volatility, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee break down what exactly is going on in these names and the risks for traders and investors. Mad Money’s Jim Cramer make a surprise appearance to weigh in. Plus, the investment committee making a lot of moves in this market. We break down …
 
Shares of Netfilx were on the move higher after the streaming giant reported it added 8.5 million subscribers in the fourth quarter. Plus Microsoft making a major investment in GM’s autonomous car unit Cruise Automation. And on the eve of his inauguration, President Elect Biden attends a ceremony to honor the more than 400,000 people in the U.S. wh…
 
President Elect Joe Biden set to reveal details for his economic relief plan. We bring you the details on what to expect in his announcement tonight. Plus earnings season kicks off tomorrow with reports from JPMorgan, Citigroup, and Wells Fargo. Can the red hot financial trade continue its rapid run?…
 
Shares of social media stocks taking a hit Monday after Twitter officially and permanently banned President Trump from its platform. But what will it mean for these stocks in the long run? Plus Credit Suisse’s Jonathan Golub says markets haven’t fully appreciated the strength of the economic comeback as we get back up and running. What it says abou…
 
The S&P, Dow, and Nasdaq all notched record closes on Thursday, even as Washington continued to deal with the fallout from Wednesday’s events. So why are stocks at highs even as the rest of America reels. We look for some answers. Plus Facebook and Twitter trying to take a stand against the President’s social media posts. What it means for the comp…
 
Markets dropped in the first trading day of the new year, but finished well off their lows. We break down the trade with Canaccord Genuity’s Tony Dwyer. Plus could Georgia’s Senate run-off elections tomorrow unleash a blue wave on Congress? What it means for the markets and your money.By CNBC
 
While the broad market staged a solid rebound Monday, the “reopening trade” continued to falter, with airlines, cruise lines and hotel stocks taking a hit. But is it time to get in on these names? Plus the “Worst Looking Chart in the Market” -- why one trader is staying away from Intel.By CNBC
 
Shares of FedEx sinking after its latest earnings report. What’s in store for the shipping giant as we head into the holiday season. Plus, while markets are closing at new records, there are more signs that Main Street isn’t faring as well as Wall Street. The danger lurking in the latest jobless claims numbers…
 
There’s been a recent divergence in the performance of the Big Tech titans that have ruled the market for so long. So we ask the question: what’s the new set of stocks to lead the way in the new year? Plus Bank of America’s Savita Subramanian and, with less than 10 days to go ‘til Christmas, how to play the big names in retail.…
 
The first coronavirus vaccines are rolling out across the country, but a rising death toll and the threat of more lockdowns kept the reopening trade in check today. Are we in for a rough ride for markets over the next few months. Plus we’re on the frontlines with a look at the particular difficulties in getting the vaccines out to those who need th…
 
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