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 Mar 4, 2020
Some of the guys talking here sound a bit daft... ". are markets rational.." LOL... just quote classics: "The market can remain irrational longer than you can remain solvent." J.M. Keynes

 Dec 7, 2018


Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.

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Time to Buy the Banks? And What’s The Fed’s Next Move 3/20/23

The Swiss government engineered a rescue of Credit Suisse over the weekend and U.S. banks are buying up the assets of their failed compatriots. So with all these backstops in place, should you be putting your faith in financials? Plus Goldman Sachs the first big bank to call for the Fed to pause in its rate hike cycle. How will all the turmoil in the financial sector impact the central bank’s decision?


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Mar 20, 2023
The Fattest Trade in the Market, and an Unlikely Safe Haven Play? 3/17/23

Stocks dropped to end a volatile week, but while banks took broad markets lower, big tech held up. One of our traders, though, isn’t so convinced by the recent “flight to stability”. How he’s playing the move now. Plus bitcoin prices soared this week as investors looked for safety in the usually-volatile crypto. Can the momentum last?


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Mar 17, 2023
Is There Any Alternative to Tech? And Big Banks Come to the Rescue of First Republic 3/16/23

Banks may be under pressure this week and markets may be volatile, but no one seems to have told big tech. The FANG+ names have been crushing the broader market this week, but can their outperformance continue. Plus a wild day for First Republic Bank as big banks come to the regional’s rescue. What’s next for the trade?


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Mar 16, 2023
: Do Stocks or Bonds Have it Right? Plus “Big Short” Investor Steve Eisman 3/15/23

Treasury yields sinking today, with the 2-year hitting its lowest level since September, as regional banks fell for the 7th day in 8. But equity markets closed well off the lows of the day. So who’s got it right – stocks or bonds? Plus “Big Short” trader Steve Eisman joins with a stark warning. Why he says, “don’t be a hero” in this market.


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Mar 15, 2023
Regional Relief 3/14/23

Regional banks posting a comeback today. Are these stocks a compelling buy right now or will there be a steep price decline down the line? Fast Money traders’ debate the move. 

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Mar 13, 2023
The Latest on SVB’s Collapse, and the Other Sector Getting High By the Bank’s Failure 3/10/23

The FDIC shut down the embattled Silicon Valley Bank on Friday, the biggest bank failure since the Financial Crisis. So how far will the ripple effects for this company reach? Plus it’s not just tech start-ups with exposure to the bank. We dig into what’s next for the biotech space.


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Mar 10, 2023
The Big Bank Breakdown, and How the Biden Budget Is Going After Investment Gains 3/9/23

Silicon Valley Bank plunging more than 60% today as the rapid rise in interest rates wreaked havoc on its bond portfolios. But is this company’s trouble a sign of deeper concerns in the financial industry and the market? Plus President Biden’s new budget proposal could raise capital gains taxes to more than 40%, and it could impact a lot more people than you’d expect.


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Mar 09, 2023
The Most Important Jobs Report of the Year…Really! 3/8/23

We’re counting down to Friday’s employment report, which could give investors clues as to how aggressive the Fed could be with its next rate hikes. What can we expect, and how much will the data move the central bank. Plus semi stocks on the move today and TikTok takes focus on Capitol Hill.


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Mar 08, 2023
End of the Bear Market Rally? And the Next Frontier in Weight Loss Drugs 3/7/23

Stocks plunged Tuesday after Fed Chair Jerome Powell suggested the central bank would keep rates higher for longer. So have markets finally come to terms with what the Fed’s been trying to tell us? Plus WeightWatchers the latest company to get in on the weight loss drug craze. What it means for the all the players, and are these treatments really the “Holy Grail” for obesity treatments. 


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Mar 07, 2023
Countdown to Powell Testimony and the Stocks That Are “So Bad They’re Good” 3/6/23

Stocks fading fast into the close ahead of tomorrow’s testimony by the Fed Chair before the House Financial Services Committee. So should investors expect Powell to give markets a boost when he takes the stand? Plus the Chart Master has his eyes on a couple names that are seeing bearish-to-bullish reversals. He dives to bring us the details. 


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Mar 06, 2023
Stocks Surge to End Week, and a Mega Week for Meta 3/3/23

Stocks rose sharply on Friday, with major indexes ending multi-week losing streaks, as bond yields fell below 4% again. But can the strength continue? Plus from the metaverse to artificial intelligence, how Meta’s newest venture could be a big boon for the former Facebook.


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Mar 03, 2023
The Big Disconnect Between Stocks and Bonds, and Earnings from Broadcom & Nordstrom 3/2/23

Treasury yields continued their march higher today, and it’s having an impact on everything from car loans to corporate borrowing. But why are stocks rising even as credit costs rise? We try to find some answers. Plus after-hours moves in Broadcom and Nordstrom, and why investors seemed so disappointed by Tesla’s investor day.


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Mar 02, 2023
Tesla Kicks Off Investor Day, and Salesforce Surges Post-Earnings 3/1/23

Investors keyed in to Elon Musk and his big reveal at Tesla’s investor day, but will it be a “sell the news” kind of event? The traders weigh in. Plus a big after-hours jump in shares of Salesforce after its latest earnings report. We dig in on the numbers and bring you the trades. 


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Mar 01, 2023
China Goes Prime Time on Capitol Hill, and 3 Things Determining How the Economy Lands 2/28/23

A new House committee holding a prime time hearing tonight to examine the “communist threat” posed by China. What they’re looking at, and what it means for companies doing business with Beijing. Plus Rebecca Patterson joins to discuss the factors she says will dictate whether the economy pulls off a soft or hard landing.


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Feb 28, 2023
Countdown to Goldman’s Investor Day and Buffett’s Defense of Buybacks 2/27/23

Shares of Goldman Sachs have been lagging rival Morgan Stanley this year, but with the investment giant holding its first investor day in 3 years tomorrow, could CEO David Solomon say something that could rev shares back up? Plus Warren Buffett sounding off against critics 


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Feb 27, 2023
Stocks Sink on Hot Inflation Report, and Apple Breaks Below Key Level 2/24/23

Markets closing out their worst week of the year with more losses after the Fed’s preferred inflation measure showed prices rose faster than expected in January. What that means for the central bank and your money. Plus Apple dropped below its 200-day moving after for the first time since the start of the month. The Chart Master dives in for some answers on where it’s going next.


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Feb 24, 2023
Another Black Eye for Boeing, and How Tapped Out Is the Consumer? 2/23/23

Boeing halting deliveries of the 787 Dreamliner after issues with its fuselage component, the latest challenge for the jetmaker. Plus shares of consumer stocks from Wayfair to Domino’s to Dollar General getting punished today. Is this the latest sign the consumer has run out of steam?


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Feb 23, 2023
Is AI All It’s Cracked Up to Be? And Apple’s Latest Moonshot 2/22/23

China reportedly looking to ban ChatGPT, and new reports show the cost of AI-enabled search is much more expensive than traditional methods. So do these latest headwinds deal another blow to the prospects for the new hot thing in machine learning? Plus Apple reportedly making a big breakthrough in health monitoring. What it means for the stock and the outlook for wearables.


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Feb 22, 2023
Stocks Post Worst Day of Year, as Consumer Stocks Flash Warning Signs 2/21/23

The Dow dropped nearly 700 points and fell back into negative territory for the year and the Nasdaq fell 2.5%. The moves coming after stark warnings from Home Depot and Walmart about the strength of the consumer this year. We’re joined by former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon to give his take on the retailers’ results, plus Canaccord’s Tony Dwyer on why he thinks there’s more pain to come for the markets.


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Feb 21, 2023
The Great Market Disconnect, and the Chart Master Updates His Apple Call 2/17/23

Stocks held steady to end the week, with the Dow rising 130 points, even as 10-year yields hit their highest level since November. So why don’t equity markets seem to believe the Fed when it says to get used to higher rates. Plus Apple falling below a major support level today, and Carter Worth says it’s going even lower from here. He breaks down his latest call and digs in on what the charts are saying.


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Feb 17, 2023
Why Are Risk Assets Rallying? And When AI Falls in Love 2/16/23

There are plenty of reasons to believe the Fed when it says rates will stay “higher for longer” – hot inflation, a strong consumer, and the talk from all those central bankers. Then why don’t risk assets want to believe what they’re hearing? Plus Bing’s AI-powered chatbot is showing its feelings – and it’s not always pretty. What one reporter learned from his interactions with Microsoft’s bot.


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Feb 16, 2023
A Stunning Admission From Ford’s CEO and Big Jumps for Roku, Cisco and Zillow 2/15/23

Ford’s top executive admitting the company is lagging way behind its competitors on costs and vows to cut inefficiencies in production. What the automaker has to do to regain its footing. Plus shares of Roku, Cisco and Zillow all on the move after their latest earnings reports. We dig into the numbers and bring you the trades.


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Feb 15, 2023
Paul McCulley Breaks Down the CPI Report and Airbnb’s Big Quarter 2/14/23

Stocks closing well off their lows of the day even after a hotter-than-expected inflation report. Pimco’s former chief economist joins to dive into what the latest CPI print means for the Fed. Plus Airbnb posting a big jump in revenues in its latest quarter. How the traders are playing the name now. 

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Feb 14, 2023
The $100B AI Question, and the Countdown to January CPI 2/13/23

Microsoft continues to rally as Alphabet struggles in the race for the crown in artificial intelligence. But can the recent dominance continue? Plus, markets jumped ahead of tomorrow’s CPI print. But what will the latest read on inflation mean for the Fed and investors?


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Feb 13, 2023
End of the Risk-On Trade? And the Ad Winners at the Super Bowl 2/10/23

Shares of some of the year’s highest flyers coming back down to earth in a big way this week. So is this the end of the rally we’ve seen in the high tech, high growth names? Plus casino stocks surging ahead of the Super Bowl, and ad prices at record highs. We break down the winners and losers of Sunday’s big game.


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Feb 10, 2023
Lyft Plunges on Weak Guidance, and the Two Trades on Alphabet 2/9/23

Shares of Lyft dropping over 20% after its latest earnings report and guidance. Two traders have been long the stock – what they’re doing now. Plus shares of Alphabet on pace for their worst week since November. One of our traders is hitting “sell”, but some others are taking the opportunity to buy.


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Feb 09, 2023
Disney, Affirm and Robinhood on the Move After Earnings, Plus How to Trade Capri’s “Disaster” Quarter 2/8/23

Bob Iger presenting his first Disney earnings report since re-taking the reins at the entertainment giant. We dig in on the numbers from the latest results. Plus Michael Kors parent Capri Holdings plunging after its earnings report. Why one trader is hitting the sell button, and another is adding shares to their cart.


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Feb 08, 2023
Stocks See-Saw Post Powell, and Waging War on Wealth 2/7/23

Major indexes closed near their highs of the day, after Fed chair Jerome Powell said he’s seeing signs of disinflation in the economy. But is this the green light the markets have been waiting for? Plus President Biden expected to take on corporate tax rates and share buybacks at his State of the Union tonight. What it means for corporate America.

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Feb 07, 2023
What China’s Spy Balloon Means for U.S./Beijing Relations, and Pinterest’s CEO on Earnings 2/6/23

What we now know about the Chinese spy balloon shot down over the weekend, and what it could mean for relations between the U.S. and Beijing. Plus shares of Pinterest dropping after posting a big revenue miss. CEO Bill Ready joins with his reaction to the numbers.


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Feb 06, 2023
Stocks Digest Hot Jobs Report, and Is the Energy Trade Out of Gas? 2/3/23

Stock losses accelerated midday after initially showing resilience in light of the stronger than expected jobs report. But Apple managed to post a solid gain, despite its disappointing earnings report. We dive into the market moves and lay out what’s next for investors. Plus the XLE energy ETF breaking a 7-week win streak. Has the trade run out of gas, or are there still gains to come?

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Feb 03, 2023
A Big Tech Earnings Extravaganza, and What’s Next for Meta Shares? 2/2/23
Apple, Amazon, and Alphabet headlining the earnings action after the bell, with Starbucks, Ford and Qualcomm also reporting. We’re diving into all the numbers and dissecting the trades. Plus Meta putting in its best day since 2013 after last night’s earnings report. And the Chart Master has some thoughts on where it’s going next.
Feb 02, 2023
Stocks Rebound From Lows After Fed Hike, and Meta Soars on Earnings 2/1/23
The Nasdaq surged 2% today for its best close since September after the Fed dialed back the pace of its rate cuts. But is the market being too optimistic over the central bank’s direction? Plus shares of Meta surging after the company’s latest earnings report. What’s behind the jump, and can it keep going?
Feb 01, 2023
Snap Shares Plunge, Plus Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson Counts Down to the Fed Decision 1/31/23
Shares of Snap plunging after its latest earnings results, and taking down the stock of Meta with it. We break down the numbers and bring you the trades for the social media stocks. Plus we’ve got more from the iConnections Global Alts Conference in Miami, with Mike Wilson of Morgan Stanley and Ares Management’s Mike Arougheti.
Jan 31, 2023
Jim Chanos, Live From Miami, and Has the Crypto Winter Thawed? 1/30/23
Fast Money is on the road in Miami, Florida, at the iConnections Global Alts Conference. We’re talking to legendary investor and short-seller Jim Chanos about his latest bets as well as one venture capitalist who left the hustle and bustle of Silicon Valley for South Beach. And with bitcoin rallying this year, we dig into whether the crypto winter has really thawed.
Jan 30, 2023
$5 Trillion in Earnings on Deck, and What to Do With Tesla After Its 33% Gain 1/27/23
Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Meta all set to report earnings next week, but which names are primed to deliver the biggest beats? We set the stage for the busiest week of earnings season. Plus Tesla just locked in its best week in nearly a decade. What the Chart Master says you should do with the stock now.
Jan 27, 2023
Buyback Blowback for Chevron, and Tesla Leads the Nasdaq to Year’s High 1/26/23
Chevron drawing the ire of lawmakers after announcing a $75b share buyback, but is the anger justified? Plus Tesla shares rallying more than 10% after its earnings report and helping the Nasdaq to close within 4 points of its 200-day moving average. We make sense of the big tech rally and whether it can last.
Jan 26, 2023
All Eyes on Tesla Earnings, Plus We’re Counting Down to the Fed Meeting 1/25/23
Shares of Tesla on the move after the company’s latest results. We’re dialed into the conference call to bring you all the details. And we have a few more big data points left before the Fed’s first meeting of the year. What the traders are watching, and what it could all mean for the market.
Jan 25, 2023
Microsoft Surges After Earnings, and a Big Warning from JPMorgan’s Marko Kolanovic 1/24/23
The tech giant posting strong results from its cloud unit, helping shares jump in the after hours. The traders dig in on the numbers and bring your their calls on the stock. Plus the Nasdaq off to its best start of the year since 2001, but one top strategist says the good times may not last.
Jan 24, 2023
The One Word to Describe the Markets, and Why Retail Traders Are Driving Into Tesla 1/23/23
Stocks rallied for a second day, with the Nasdaq seeing its best start to the year since 2001. But what does the market rally say to our traders? They each have one word in mind. Plus, retail investors are piling into shares of Tesla. What’s behind their interest, and will the bets pay off?
Jan 23, 2023
Stocks Surge After Fed Comments, Plus What to Expect From Earnings Next Week 1/20/23
Fed Governor Christopher Waller suggested he favors a 25bp rate hike at the central bank’s meeting at the end of the month, calming investor fears for more aggressive increases and helping the markets surge at the end of the day. But can the momentum continue? Plus, we’ve got a full slate of earnings on the calendar for next week. How the traders are playing the names ahead of those reports.
Jan 20, 2023
All Eyes on Netflix Earnings, and What Hitting the Debt Limit Means for the Fed 1/19/23
Shares of Netflix on the move after the streaming giant posted a big beat on subscriber adds in the latest quarter, but announced Reed Hastings is stepping down as co-CEO. Plus the U.S. is taking “extraordinary measures” after hitting its debt limit. But could the resulting effects counteract what the Fed is doing to tamp down inflation?
Jan 19, 2023
Stocks Halt New Year Rally, and Why This Debt Ceiling Deadline Is Different From the Last 1/18/23
Major markets lost momentum in a big way toward the close, with the Nasdaq breaking its longest win streak since November 2021 and the Dow shedding over 600 points. Does today’s action mark the end of the rally we saw to kick off the year? Plus the U.S. is marching toward the deadline for raising its debt limit. Why the milestone is so on the radar for our traders.
Jan 18, 2023
Is the High-Growth Rebound Justified? And What Is Goldman Doing Wrong? 1/17/23
High growth is back in vogue in a big way in 2023, but is the rush to risk the trade to be making right now? The traders weigh in on just how sustainable the rally is. Plus Goldman Sachs shares dropping after its latest results. How the one-time bastion of Wall Street seems to be losing its way against rivals like Morgan Stanley.
Jan 17, 2023
The Message From the Big Banks, and Legacy Automakers Take a Hit 1/13/23
Banks erased early losses as Q4 earnings season kicked off, but will expectations for a recession put a damper on the markets for the rest of the year? Plus Tesla slashing prices on its EVs and posing a big threat to automakers like GM and Ford, both of which saw sharp pullbacks today. Will the move by Tesla give it the ultimate advantage over its competition?
Jan 13, 2023
Markets Turn from Economy to Earnings, and Is Nelson Peltz Right About Disney? 1/12/23
Major indexes pulled off gains again today as the latest read on inflation showed further signs of moderation. But with Q4 earnings season just over 12 hours away, will company results let the air out of the balloon? Plus Nelson Peltz laid out his gameplan for Disney, should he get a spot on the board. But what would our traders do if they could change one thing about the media and entertainment giant?
Jan 12, 2023
Are Markets Too Optimistic Ahead of Tomorrow’s CPI Report? And Will China Come to the Rescue of the Global Economy 1/11/23
Markets rallied again on Wednesday, with the Nasdaq putting in its longest win streak since early September. But will the gains hold if inflation comes in hotter than expected tomorrow? Plus, as China reopens and unleashes millions of potential consumers back into the world, can we see a major boost to the global economy?
Jan 12, 2023
Netflix Doubles From One-Year Lows, and Microsoft’s AI Move to Amp Up Search 1/10/23
Shares of Netflix rose another 4% today, bringing it to its highest close since April. Should you ride the rally, and will it bring the rest of big tech with it? Plus Microsoft reportedly looking to invest in the technology behind the popular ChatGPT app. What that could mean for its efforts to cut into Google’s search dominance.
Jan 10, 2023
Markets Lose Momentum, but Growth Stocks Rebound, and Time to Trade or Fade China? 1/9/23
Markets closed well off their highs to start the week, with the Dow giving up a 300+ point gain to end in the red. The Nasdaq, though, managed to close higher as high-growth names like Tesla and Nvidia posted strong sessions. Will these names lead the market higher? Plus, China stocks have rallied strongly over the last three months, but where do they go from here? The Chart Master has some thoughts.
Jan 09, 2023
Market starts off 2023 with a bang, rebounds for winning week. Plus, a new Alzheimer’s drug approval. 1/6/23
Stocks rally Friday after a seemingly ‘goldilocks’ jobs report, with consumer-leveraged stocks among the biggest winners. Plus, an exclusive with the EISAI US CEO - which worked with Biogen on the FDA’s approval of its Alzheimer’s treatment that slowed cognitive decline in a clinical trial.
Jan 06, 2023
The Trouble With the Growth Trade and the Good, Bad, and Ugly from 2022 1/5/23
Stocks resumed their downward path on Thursday ahead of the all-important jobs report tomorrow, with growth names getting particularly hard-hit. So where do we go from here, and are there opportunities amid the wreckage. Plus the traders reflect on their wins and misses from last year, and what they learned about how to invest in the new year.
Jan 05, 2023
Markets Prepare For a New Normal on Rates, and a Big Bullish Call on Bank Stocks 01/04/23
Stocks rode a roller coaster after the release of the latest Fed Minutes showed the central bank is preparing to keep rates high for “some time”. So how should you trade the new era of higher for longer? Plus Wells Fargo Securities’ Mike Mayo’s out with his top picks for bank stocks this year. What he likes and how to trade it.
Jan 04, 2023
Apple Exits the $2T Club, and Tesla Skids Into 2023 1/3/22
Apple shares dropped nearly 4% to kick off the new year, closing with a market cap of less than $2 trillion for the first time since March 2021. But now that the breakdown is in, can shares rebound from here? Plus Tesla seeing its worst day since September 2020 after missing delivery estimates for the latest quarter. When will this stock be a buy again?
Jan 03, 2023
Adieu to ‘22 and Our Charts of the Year! 12/30/22
Stocks closed out the year with another set of losses, locking in the worst 12-month run for markets since the financial crisis. But could we be in for a turnaround in 2023? And one long-time market leader came back to Earth in a big way this year. What’s next for the tech giant, and what could it mean for the broader market?
Dec 30, 2022
Charts holding the key to markets in 2023. A contrarian tech call from Wells Fargo. And, Stayin’ Alive with trade it or fade it. 12/29/22
The “Fast Money” traders reveal their most important charts for the new year. Plus, why Wells Fargo is seeing meaningful opportunities in growth names. And we take a spin in the “Fast Money” time machine for a 1970s-themed trade it or fade it.
Dec 29, 2022
Top economist takes on Wall Street pessimism, believes U.S. can avoid recession. Plus, “So Bad, It’s ____!” 12/28/22
Moody’s Analytics’ Mark Zandi says the stock market is not signaling negative economic growth in 2023. And, the “Fast Money” traders pick beaten-down stocks that could boost portfolios in the new year.
Dec 28, 2022
Bonfire of the Teslas: The EV maker’s stock slides seven days in row. Plus, what next for China’s economy after it abruptly ends its zero-Covid policy. 12/27/22
What’s at stake for Elon Musk’s empire as Tesla sales go in reverse. And, is an economic boom ahead in China? Fmr. Morgan Stanley Asia Chairman Stephen Roach answers that question and more.
Dec 27, 2022
Is a January stock buying frenzy ahead? Plus, the “Fast Money” chart of the week: Just buy it? 12/23/22
BofA Global Research reports record stock market outflows. Why the appetite could change next month. And, this consumer stock’s better-than-expected earnings is generating some holiday cheer.
Dec 23, 2022
Fast Money 12/22/22
Listen to our traders take you behind the to play the volatility...pops and drops and the movers you missed.
Dec 22, 2022
Hint of Santa: Stocks embark on two-day win streak. Plus, an airline trade tops the tape. 12/21/22
With six trading days left in a losing month, the market bounces higher. Can it muster a strong year-end rally? Plus, a look at whether the quarter’s best performing Dow stock can fly higher.
Dec 21, 2022
Fast Money 12/20/22
Listen To Our Traders Take You Behind the Money...How To Play the Volatility...Pops and Drops: The Movers You Missed.
Dec 21, 2022
Will One Bad Apple Ruin the Market? And How Healthy Is the Consumer, Really? 12/19/22
Apple shares are getting close to their lowest levels of the year, and one top technician says it’s got a long way to fall even from here. What the weakness could mean for the rest of the market. Plus, it’s not just the low-end consumer that’s struggling in the current environment. We dig in on exactly what that will mean for the economy.
Dec 19, 2022
How to Play the Battleground Stocks for 2023 & Any Hope for Regional Banks? 12/16/22
Stocks on pace for some big losses in December and a couple of big cap names are seeing outsized losses. But are these the names that could see rebounds in the new year? Plus regional banks are under pressure this week and month. The Chart Master lays out the case for where they’re going from here.
Dec 16, 2022
Dow’s Worst Day Since September and Big Short Investor Says Stay Away From Tesla 12/15/22
Stocks added to yesterday’s losses in a big way on Thursday, as investors continued to digest the impact of the Fed’s last meeting and what it will mean for the economy in the new year. We dig in on the markets and find out where we’re heading from here. Plus Danny Moses, of Big Short fame, says it’s not a pretty picture for Tesla’s future.
Dec 15, 2022
What “Higher for Longer” Means for the Markets and Economy 12/14/22
The Federal Reserve raised rates to their highest level in 15 years and chair Jay Powell suggests the central bank will keep hiking through next year. So what does this mean for the markets and, specifically, the growth trade? Plus Shark Tank’s Kevin O’Leary joins us straight from his Capitol Hill testimony on the FTX collapse. What he told Congress and what his take on crypto is now.
Dec 14, 2022
Stocks Ride Roller Coaster Ahead of Fed, and Will Tesla’s Pain Lead to Gains for Legacy Automakers? 12/13/22
The Dow gave up most of a 700+ point gain after a better-than-expected inflation report. But what do investors think the latest data means for the Fed? Plus shares of Tesla down another 4% today, bringing losses to 40% already this quarter. But will the company’s troubles open the door for others in the EV space.
Dec 13, 2022
Countdown to CPI and the Stocks So Naughty, They’re Nice 12/12/22
Markets rallying ahead of tomorrow’s inflation report, the last big data point before the Fed’s last meeting of the year. But will the momentum keep up once the number comes in? Plus it’s been a rough year for a lot of stocks, but in the spirit of the holidays, we’re wondering which names have fallen so hard they’re deserving of a little pick-me-up.
Dec 12, 2022
Stocks Slump Ahead of Big Week For Markets 12/9/22
Major markets closed out the week in the red with the Dow notching its worst week of the quarter. But with the CPI report and the last Fed meeting of the year on deck, what can we expect from stocks next week? Plus the Chart Master says to sell energy, and Wall Street gets bullish on Netflix.
Dec 09, 2022
Countdown to PPI, and Can Tesla Shares Rev Up Again? 12/8/22
Stocks rising ahead of tomorrow’s PPI report, as economists are looking for inflation pressures to ease as we get ready for the last Fed meeting of the year. But can the momentum contine. Plus, shares of Tesla have been cut in half this year. Is there any charge left in the stock, or is this trade losing its power?
Dec 08, 2022
Carvana Crumbles: Who Could Be Next; And Two Big Signs For Concern in the Market 12/7/22
Shares of Carvana putting in their worst day since going public five years ago as concerns over bankruptcy mount. Are there other former high-flyers that could also find themselves in similar trouble? Plus oil prices dropping and yields are falling, too. What do these moves say about the state of the markets and the economy?
Dec 07, 2022
Blackstone: The Canary in the Coal Mine? Plus What’s Next for Meta 12/6/22
Shares of Blackstone hit their lowest level since April 2021 as the asset manager faces mounting redemptions and is pushed to sell off assets. But is the company’s problems a sign for broader concerns over the economy. Plus shares of Meta sinking nearly 7% today, but could they be poised for a turnaround? We’ll bring you the trade on this social stock.
Dec 06, 2022
Rough Start to the Week, and Digging in on the Management Shuffle at Salesforce 12/5/22
Stocks dropped to kick off the week as markets digested the latest economic numbers and what they mean for the Fed. So does the recent market action suggest that there won’t be a Santa Claus rally this year? Plus the CEO of Slack announcing he’s leaving parent company Salesforce just days after the software giant said co-CEO Bret Taylor said he was stepping down too. Is this a sign of even more trouble ahead?
Dec 05, 2022
Stocks Shrug Off Hotter-than-Expected Jobs Report, and China Tech Posts a Big Week 12/02/22
The Dow eked out a gain and the S&P and Nasdaq were barely lower, despite signs inflation may still be a concern in the latest jobs report. So should investors breathe a sigh of relief after today’s market action. Plus KWEB shares surged this week with names like Pinduoduo, Baidu and Tencent leading the charge. We’re digging in on whether you should be jumping into this trade.
Dec 02, 2022
The Epic Move in Rates, and Reaction to DC’s First FTX Hearing 12/1/22
The yield on 30-year treasuries dropped by more than 20 basis points today, hitting their lowest level since late September. But, even with a seemingly more dovish Fed, is the move justified? And what does it mean for the markets? Plus the CFTC Chair in the hot seat on Capitol Hill to field questions about the collapse of crypto exchange FTX. We’re joined by a former head of that agency for more insight on what regulation in the space should look like.
Dec 02, 2022
CNBC Special: One-on-One with Sam Bankman-Fried 11/30/22
CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin in a one-on-one conversation with former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried at The New York Times DealBook Summit.
Nov 30, 2022
Nasdaq Goes Negative for November, and a Cyber Stock Breaks Down 11/29/22
Markets were mixed after a choppy session on Wall Street, but the Nasdaq closed down for a third straight day and fell into negative territory for November. So what should we expect as we head into the last month of the year? Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson joins with his thoughts. Plus shares of Crowdstrike plunging after issuing disappointing earnings guidance. We dig into what’s next for the stock and the sector.
Nov 29, 2022
Stocks Sink as China Concerns Deepen, and the Real Read on Black Friday Sales Growth 11/28/22
Stocks closed near their lows of the session as protests over China’s COVID policies sent ripple effects across the markets. How deep an impact can we see, and what companies will be most impacted? Plus online sales on Black Friday hit a record this year, but is the consumer really as strong as these numbers suggest? We dig in and get all the details.
Nov 28, 2022
Stocks Rally Post-Fed, and Digging in on Apple’s Production Outlook 11/23/22
The suggestion that the Fed would slow the pace of its tightening “soon” sent stocks higher today, with the Dow posting its best close since April. But with the all-important holiday season around the corner, what can we expect from markets as we close out the year. Plus protests at an Apple production facility in China sparking questions about how the iPhone maker will be able to meet demand. What it means for the stock as we head into the new year.
Nov 23, 2022
Can We See a Year-End Rally? And the CEO of the CME Group on Why He Thinks Sam Bankman-Fried is a Fraud 11/22/22
On the anniversary of the Nasdaq’s all-time high, the tech heavy index was able to rally, but it’s still more than 30% off that record. Is there more pain ahead, or are we setting up for a year-end comeback rally? Plus Terry Duffy, the CEO of the CME Group says he was calling out FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried a long time ago. What he says concerned him about the crypto exchange.
Nov 22, 2022
The Disney-Do Over, and Opportunity in Chinese Stocks? 11/21/22
Bob Iger is back at the helm at Disney after a roller coaster ride under his one-time successor Bob Chapek. But can this old blood breathe new life into the struggling entertainment stock? Plus Chinese stocks took a hit after the country stepped up its lockdown policies and reported its first COVID-related death since May. But one market watcher says he’s seeing opportunity in the region. What he’s recommending now.
Nov 21, 2022
Are Energy Prices Signaling a Recession, and Time to Bet on “Old Tech”? 11/18/22
Energy prices dropped nearly 10% this week and took oil stocks with them. And they weren’t the only commodity lower. So are these markets pricing in the true risk of recession, and what does it mean for the rest of the economy? Plus IBM shares quietly hitting 52-week highs today as legacy tech players continue to outperform the new kids on the block. Should you shift your trades into old tech?
Nov 18, 2022
A Mixed Message for Markets, and Sheila Bair Weighs in on FTX 11/17/22
Markets dropped on Thursday after some hawkish talk from Fed officials raised the prospect of a recession and sent interest rates higher. So were we too quick to celebrate the recent reads on inflation? Plus the latest twists and turns in the implosion of crypto exchange FTX. What former FDIC chair Sheila Bair has to say about the industry and its impact on the banking system.
Nov 17, 2022
What’s Target Doing Wrong, and a Dire Warning on the Housing Market 11/16/22
Shares of Target plunged more than 13% after its latest earnings report, its fourth worst day on record and a stark contrast to the strength seen in Walmart yesterday. So is this a Target-specific problem, or a bigger indication about the market? Plus the Dallas Fed pointing out the moves in the housing market closely mimic what we saw during the housing bubble in the late 2000s. What that says about the state of the economy.
Nov 16, 2022
Markets’ Wild Ride, and a Retail Industry Veteran Weighs in on Walmart 11/15/22
Major indexes managed to eke out gains on Tuesday, after losing most of their early gains midday. What the action says about where markets are going, and how the Fed is watching everything that takes place. Plus Mickey Drexler, the former CEO of the Gap and J.Crew joins us to breakdown Walmart’s strong quarter and what he sees in store for the rest of the retail space.
Nov 15, 2022
What Walmart Earnings Could Mean for the Market, and Two Takes on Meta’s Momentum 11/14/22
Retail earnings kick off tomorrow with Walmart and Home Depot. The stock market hasn’t had the best reaction to results over the past few quarters. Will this time be different? Plus, Meta shares are up over 30 percent from their November lows, and while one of our traders is staying in, another is taking the profit an running. We find out why.
Nov 14, 2022
Markets Close Out a Strong Week, But Is There Trouble Under the Surface? 11/11/22
Major stock indexes were able to keep up the momentum after yesterday’s stellar rally, with the Nasdaq closing out the week with an 8% gain. But one of our traders cautions, “Not so fast!” It might be too early to jump into this rally with both feet. Plus, what the dropping dollar means for markets, and the stock that’s rebounded 25% this week.
Nov 11, 2022
Market’s Big Post-CPI Surge, and the Side-Effects of the FTX Crash 11/10/22
The Nasdaq posting its best day since March 2020 after a cooler than expected CPI report calmed investor fears. But will the rally run on, and how traders should navigate these seemingly stabilizing seas. Plus Sam Bankman-Fried breaking his silence as his crypto company convulses. One expert in the space looks at the collateral damage to the industry.
Nov 10, 2022
A Crisis of Confidence for Crypto, and Countdown to CPI 11/9/22
Binance walking away from its deal to buy FTX’s non-U.S. assets in a stunning fall from grace for crypto’s one-time savior, Sam Bankman-Fried. What it means for the future of the digital currency space. Plus markets dropping ahead of tomorrow’s CPI report. What the numbers might mean for the indexes heading into year-end.s
Nov 09, 2022
Disney, Affirm shares drop after earnings, and the wild moves in crypto assets today 11/8/22
Shares of the entertainment giant sank after it reported worse than expected earnings and revenue, even as it added more subscribers than expected. We dig into the numbers to find out where it’s going from here. Plus the so-called savior of crypto finding himself in a cash crunch. What Binance’s deal with Sam Bankman-Fried means for the digital currency space.
Nov 08, 2022
Markets Rally Ahead of Midterms, and When Do You Cut the Cord on Meta? 11/7/22
Stocks closed near the highs of the day as investors turn their focus to tomorrow’s midterm elections. But can the momentum continue as voters go to the polls. Plus Meta shares rallying today on the possibility of job cuts. But is it enough to put your faith back in the stock?
Nov 07, 2022
Will One Bad Apple Spoil the Market? 11/4/22
Apple shares ended the day in the red despite a late-day market rally. So with the last big market general seeming to lay down its sword, will there be more pain ahead for the markets? Plus is there relief in store on interest rates, and what one trader is doing with his China trade.
Nov 04, 2022
The Real Impact of Rising Rates, and Is Apple About to Break Down? 11/3/22
Interest rates spiked again, the day after the Fed’s latest move, and borrowing costs are already seeing big jumps. What it means for the markets and for companies trying to manage their corporate debt. Plus the Chart Master is drilling into his Apple call. Why he thinks shares are ready to end their long reign of outperformance.
Nov 03, 2022
Stocks Ride a Roller Coaster Post-Fed, and Apple’s Big China Risk 11/2/22
After an initial surge on hopes the central bank would slow its pace of rate hikes, the major market indexes all closed near their lows of the day, with the Dow swinging more than 930 points from high to low. So what’s next for the Fed and what will it mean for the markets? Plus the largest iPhone factory is shut down for at least a week thanks to Covid. What it all means for Apple.
Nov 02, 2022
Countdown to the Fed, and Earnings from AMD, Airbnb and More 11/1/22
All eyes on the US Central Bank ahead of its next rate decision, but what should investors hope to hear from Jerome Powell tomorrow? Plus shares of AMD, Airbnb and Caesar’s all on the move after their results. We’re breaking down the number and bringing you the trades.
Nov 01, 2022
When Will China Be Investible Again, and Biden Looks to Crack Down on Big Oil 10/31/22
From Shanghai to Macao, China upping its Covid restrictions, shutting down theme parks and stranding guests at casinos. What does it mean for the country’s economy and investments in the region? Plus President Biden laying out plans to tax big oil company profits. Does the measure stand a chance at passing? And how should you trade the energy names now?
Oct 31, 2022
A Friday Rally to Cap Off a Strong Week, But Can the Momentum Last? 10/28/22
Stocks staged a major rally on Friday, despite a disappointing earnings report out of Amazon, and the Dow put itself on pace for its best month since 1976. But with the Fed meeting ahead and earnings from pharma and consumer names on deck, will the rally continue into next week?
Oct 28, 2022
Amazon Drops Below $1T, Apple in Focus, as Big Tech Earnings Roll In 10/27/22
Shares of Amazon plunged after the company issued weak guidance for the fourth quarter. Plus Apple, Intel and Pinterest all reporting their latest results. We’ve got the numbers and are bringing you all the trades.
Oct 27, 2022
Markets Ride a Roller Coaster, and Meta Shares Sink on Earnings 10/26/22
The Dow gave up a more than 335 point gain to end the day basically flat, and the S&P and Nasdaq both ended three-day win streaks. So what’s the action telling you as we head towards next week’s Fed Meeting? Plus all eyes on Meta as the Facebook parent reports earnings. We break down the numbers and bring you the trades.
Oct 26, 2022
Alphabet Sinks After Earnings, and Musk’s Twitter Deal Takes a Step Closer to Closing 10/25/22
Shares of Alphabet plunging after the tech giant posted advertising revenue at its YouTube unit below expectations. We’re also watching the shares of Microsoft, Texas Instruments, Chipotle, and more. Plus Elon Musk’s equity investors got documents that suggest a deal for Twitter might actually get done by Friday. What the options markets are saying about those odds.
Oct 25, 2022
China’s Big Impact on the Markets, and a Major Meta Investor Calls for the Company to “Get Fit” 10/24/22
Shares of the Chinese Internet ETF plunged to their lowest level on record as Xi Jinping cements a third term in office. What his policies might mean for growth in the region. Plus Altimeter Capital CEO has some big words for Mark Zuckerberg. What it means for the company formerly known as Facebook as we get ready for earnings.
Oct 24, 2022
Stocks Rally Ahead of Big Tech Earnings 10/21/22
Stocks ending the week on a big upnote, with the Dow logging in a third straight week of gains, its best win streak of the year. But will next week’s earnings reports from Apple, Microsoft and other big tech titans keep the momentum going? Plus a healthy trade in health care and an energy stock gets fueled up.
Oct 21, 2022
Snap Shares Tank After Report, and the Dollar’s Big Move Against the Yen 10/20/22
Snap shares hitting their lowest level since March 2020 after missing revenue estimates for the current quarter. The news taking down the entire social media space. What it means for the bigger names still to report. Plus the dollar hitting a more than 30 year high against the yen. We break down all the moves in the FX markets.
Oct 20, 2022
Tesla Drops After Earnings, and What the Big Rate Move Means for Markets 10/19/22
Earnings season in full gear with shares of Tesla, IBM and Las Vegas Sands all on the move. We break down the numbers and bring you the trades. Plus a nearly 15-year high for 10-year yields and a 20-plus year high for mortgage rates. What that means for the economy and housing.
Oct 19, 2022
Netflix Crushes Subscriber Growth Estimates, and Markets Continue Rally 10/18/22
Netflix shares on pace for their best gain of the year after adding more than twice as many subscribers as expected in the latest quarter. So what’s next for the stock? Plus markets continue to rally as Monday’s momentum holds on. Can the bounce be believed?
Oct 18, 2022
Markets in Rally Mode, Plus What’s Next for China 10/17/22
Stocks staged a massive rally to start the week with the Nasdaq 100 putting in its best day since July. But can the rally hold? Plus China delaying the release of its latest GDP report. What it means for the state of the country and its markets.
Oct 17, 2022
Market Loses Momentum as Earnings Season Kicks Off 10/14/22
Major markets dropped to end the week, unable to keep up the rally it managed on Thursday. The S&P and Nasdaq dropped into negative territory for the week, while the Dow managed a 1% gain. But where are we heading from here? The Chart Master joins with some answers. Plus not one, but two charts of the week, both plagued by issues in China. We’ll break down the moves.
Oct 14, 2022
Stocks Massive Rebound and Why Dan’s Closing Out His Tesla Bet 10/13/22
The S&P briefly dropped below 3,500 before staging its biggest rebound since the depths of the pandemic, despite a hotter than expected CPI report. So are investors betting that this time inflation really has peaked? Plus one of our traders closed out his bearish position on Tesla, but is he hopping on the bandwagon now?
Oct 13, 2022
A Big Bold Bet in the Bond Market, and a Couple Names That Are “So Bad, They’re ___” 10/12/22
Ahead of tomorrow’s CPI report, one options trader made a bet that yields on the 10-year treasury are heading below 3%, and soon! But what does that mean for the market? Plus a bunch of big names hitting 52-week lows today. And the Chart Master is here to tell us if the charts are so bad, they’re good… or so bad, they’re bad.
Oct 12, 2022
The BoE’s Shock to the Market, Plus How Much Farther Can Chips Fall 10/11/22
The Bank of England telling pension funds they have three days left of its emergency report and they have to make changes to their portfolios soon. The news sent U.S. stocks well off their highs, with the S&P and Nasdaq both posting their fifth day of losses. Plus chip stocks were down again today, but how much farther can they fall. One top analyst joins to give his thoughts.
Oct 11, 2022
Jamie Dimon’s Latest Big Warning and Chips Get Checked 10/10/22
For the second quarter in a row, JPMorgan’s CEO is issuing a dire warning just days before the company’s earnings report. But what does another 20% decline mean for stocks? Plus chip stocks taking another big hit today as markets digest the latest restrictions on Chinese imports. We dive into what’s next for the sector.
Oct 10, 2022
A Major Friday Fade, and a Stock Move Not Seen Since the 70s 10/7/22
Stocks dropping into the close with the Nasdaq nearly erasing all of its gains for the week. So how are markets set up as we head into earnings season? Plus one stock bucked the trend this week and soared more than 15%, nearly clocking in its best week since 1974. We’ll tell you what it is and how to play it.
Oct 07, 2022
Countdown to September Jobs Report and a Major Pivot on Marijuana Laws 10/6/22
Stocks fell for a second day ahead of tomorrow’s jobs report. What the numbers could mean for the Fed and the markets. Plus President Biden pardoning all federal mairjuana possession charges, taking a big step on the path to legalization. What it means for the pot stocks, and how to trade them.
Oct 06, 2022
OPEC Defies the Biden Administration and Don’t Bet on Tech 10/5/22
Oil prices rising as OPEC+ announces plans to cut production by the largest amount since the start of the pandemic. So what does this mean for the White House as we head to the all-important midterm elections? Plus stocks closing well off their lows but still posting their first losses of the month. And one top technician says, wherever markets go from here, it’s not the time to bet on tech.
Oct 05, 2022
Another Big Rally on Wall Street and Musk’s About Face on Twitter – Again 10/4/22
Stocks posting a second day of big gains, with the S&P closing out its best 2-day run since April, 2020. Can the momentum keep going? Plus Elon Musk is reviving his offer for Twitter on the original terms. What’s changed, and what it means for the social media space.
Oct 04, 2022
Stocks Rally to Start Q4 and Oil Prices & OPEC+ in Focus 10/3/22
It’s a “bad news is good news” kind of day in the markets, with stocks rallying after a historically bad performance in September. But should you believe the bounce or is there more pain ahead? Plus OPEC+ considering its biggest production cut since the start of the pandemic. What it means for oil prices and inflation.
Oct 03, 2022
Can the Consumer Save Markets in Q4? 9/30/22
Stocks closing out a historically bad September and Q3, but as we head into the all-important holiday quarter, can the consumer come to the rescue? Plue Sheryl Sandberg’s last day and the stock trading at 1992’s lows.
Sep 30, 2022
A Double Dose of Hawk Talk and Three Big Bearish Trades on Apple 9/29/22
Markets giving back most of yesterday’s gains after a couple Fed officials suggested the central bank is going to stick with its rate hike schedule. So should you stick with their message and stay out of stocks? Plus, a rare downgrade sending shares of Apple dropping today. And there are a couple more bears lurking in the options market.
Sep 29, 2022
Is the Fed Put Back in Play, and What’s Next for Biogen? 9/28/22
Stocks rallying after hitting the year’s lows as one central bank indicated it’s willing to step in to calm the markets. But will the Fed follow suit or is there more turmoil ahead? Plus Biogen making a major breakthrough with its Alzheimer’s treatment. What it means for the stock and the rest of the biotech space.
Sep 28, 2022
Another rough day on the street as the S&P 500 falls deeper into bear market territory. With big tech names losing more than $2.5T since late december, can the rally continue without this group? The Fast Money traders debate.
Sep 27, 2022
S&P 500 notches a new closing low for 2022. With yields up and stocks down, what’s ahead for the market? The Fast Money desk debates
Sep 26, 2022
Stocks end a rough week on Wall Street. What are the Fast Money traders watching for future market direction?
Sep 23, 2022
The day after the Fed hike 9/22/22
Another day of selling on Wall Street. One of our traders believes today’s decline didn’t start on Wall Street or Washington, but rather half a world away!
Sep 22, 2022
The Fed aftermath: Rate road ahead 9/21/22
The Fed hits the markets with a 75-basis point rate hike and tells investors to prepare for more! Fast Money Traders’ break down what this means for your money and where you should be investing ahead.
Sep 21, 2022
Jitters ahead of fed decision 9/20/22
Countdown to tomorrow’s important decision on interest rates. Traders’ expecting Chair Powell to hike rates 75 bps and signal they’re not done yet. Where are rates going next?
Sep 20, 2022
All ok to Raise Rates? Investors Awaiting Fed’s Next Move 9/19/22
Stocks stage a late-day comeback as investors await the Fed’s next move. Is this the okay signal for the Fed to raise rates? Fast Money traders debate what is weighing on sentiment the most.
Sep 19, 2022
Markets Fed Up?! 9/16/22
Investors digest Fedex’s wall street warning and await Powell’s next move. What will the Fed do next week? Should you expect a pivot or more pain ahead?
Sep 16, 2022
Adobe drops & software suffers: buyer’s or seller’s market? 9/15/22
Adobe scooping up private software firm, Figma and investors giving the deal a major thumbs down. So is this a buyer or seller’s market in this beaten down part of tech?
Sep 15, 2022
Countdown to the Rail Strike that Could Crush Consumers, and the Great Disparity in Fed Projections 9/14/22
We’re just over a day away from the deadline for rail carriers and unions to come to an agreement on major contract issues. But with a potential strike threatening to cut $2b a day from the U.S. economy, what kind of impact will we see on retail, autos and other industries. Plus the smart money says the Fed should do anything from hike by 100bp to cut by 25bp! So what should we actually expect from the meeting next week.
Sep 14, 2022
What’s Next for Markets Now That a Fed Pivot Seems Off the Table 9/13/22
The Nasdaq dropped over 5% and the Dow posted its worst day in over two years after a hotter-than-expected read on inflation seemed to raise expectations the Fed would continue with its aggressive rate hikes. So what’s next for the markets? And how can you protect yourself
Sep 13, 2022
Does Apple’s Move Give the True Tell for the Market? Plus What the Debt Market Says About Carvana 9/12/22
All eyes are on tomorrow’s CPI report but Apple shares are up nearly 4% today. So does the company, with big ties to supply chain, enterprise spending and the consumer, give us a real read on where the Fed is going? Plus shares of Carvana jumping more than 15% after analysts at Piper Sandler upgraded the stock. But the debt markets may be telling a much different story about its outlook.
Sep 12, 2022
Banks Rebound, But Do You Believe the Bounce? Plus, the Most Surprising Thing in the Market 9/9/22
Stocks snapped a three-week losing streak, but bank have fared even better since last Friday. But will the rally only be short-lived, or is there real strength behind it. Plus, yesterday we learned that the total return on the S&P over the last 25 years is exactly the same as that on Utilities. And that’s not the only surprising thing happening in the market. We lay out what the traders are watching.
Sep 09, 2022
Stocks Shrug Off Powell Comments & a Junk Bond Danger Zone? 9/8/22
U.S. indexes closed higher for a second straight day even as Fed chair Jerome Powell doubled down on his hawkish stance. But could next week’s CPI report signal more aggressive rate hikes are still to come? Plus junk bond defaults are on the rise. What kind of signal is this sending for where the economy is going next?
Sep 08, 2022
Dollar Soars to Multi-Decade Highs and Stocks Break Losing Streak 9/7/22
The greenback is at its highest level since 2002, and at even bigger benchmarks against the pound and yen. But what could the strength mean for the broader markets? Plus the Nasdaq breaking a 7-day losing streak in a big way, but where’s it go from here?
Sep 07, 2022
Nasdaq’s 7-day Losing Streak and the Impact of Europe’s Energy Crisis 9/6/22
Stocks started the week with another set of losses with the Nasdaq closing out its longest losing streak since 2016. So have we officially put the late-summer rally to bed? Plus the energy crisis in Europe is getting more dire. We dig into the ripple effects across the globe.
Sep 06, 2022
Dow’s 700-Point Swing and the Biggest Winner of the Summer 9/2/22
The markets staged a major reversal after the Nordstream pipeline shut down again, with the Dow going from a 370 point rise to a 330 point drop and the Nasdaq falling 1.3%. So how should you position yourself for the other side of the holiday weekend? Plus one stock managed to pull off a nearly 50% gain over the summer. We’ll tell you what it is, and how to trade it.
Sep 02, 2022
Stocks Stage Turnaround & Starbucks Names a New CEO 9/1/22
The S&P and Dow erased major losses to end the day in the green, despite some big underperformance from the chips. What’s behind the rebound, and can it last. Plus, Starbucks names a new CEO. What he needs to do to get shares percolating again.
Sep 01, 2022
Stocks Close Out August With a 4-Day Losing Streak, and a Victory Lap on an Apple Call 8/31/22
The major averages dropped again on Wednesday, bringing losses for August to more than 4% on the S&P. But the real move to be watching may be what’s going on in rates, where the 2-year yield is touching its highest level in nearly 15 years. Plus, just two weeks ago the Chart Master was telling us to sell all of Apple. That call’s worked out pretty well so far, and he’s here to give us his next big tech pick.
Aug 31, 2022
Three Big Clouds Hanging Over the Market, and Much-Needed Relief at the Pump 8/30/22
From escalating tensions between China and Taiwan to a looming energy crisis in Europe, there are a lot of headwinds for the market as we head towards the worst month of the year for stocks. Should you expect more pain ahead, or are we due for a bounce? Plus gasoline closing at its lowest level since before the Ukraine invasion. We did in on what’s next for prices.
Aug 30, 2022
Stocks Drop for Second Day, and What It Would Take to Avoid Recession 8/29/22
The S&P tried but failed to stage a rebound midday, falling back into the red after a few moments in positive territory. But where are markets going from here? We dive into the charts for some answers. Plus Stephen Roach says it would take a “miracle” for the U.S. to avoid a recession. What he thinks is next for the market and the economy.
Aug 29, 2022
Powell Sparks Market Sell Off, as Stocks Go Red For August Description 8/26/22
Major indexes posting their biggest losses in over two months after Fed chair Jerome Powell laid the groundwork for more rate hikes to come. So is this just the start of an even bigger sell off, and potentially a break to lower lows? The traders lay out the case and try to find opportunities in the market.
Aug 26, 2022
All Eyes on Jerome Powell, and Making Sense of Tech Valuations 8/25/22
The Fed chairman set to take the stage at Jackson Hole tomorrow morning and investors are closely watching what he says about where rates are going next. So how should you set yourself up for the moves. Plus, tech stock valuations have taken a hit in recent months, but not all names have been painted with the same brush. Which ones have been holding up, and which ones could be vulnerable now?
Aug 25, 2022
Breaking Down Earnings from Nvidia, Salesforce and Snowflake, and Counting Down to Jackson Hole 8/24/22
We’re digging in on the after-hours action in some big tech names after their latest earnings reports. How you should trade the stocks after their reports. Plus, with all eyes on the Fed at this weekend’s meeting in Jackson Hole, what do the markets need to hear from Jerome Powell and the Central Bank?
Aug 24, 2022
The Fed’s Big Conundrum, and Why the Twitter Whistleblower Helps Musk’s Case 8/23/22
We’re just about a day away from the Fed’s annual meeting at Jackson Hole and the central bank is weighing big differences in its measures for inflation. We break down the tough spot that puts Jerome Powell in. Plus a former exec sounding a big alarm on Twitter’s security protocols. What it all means for Elon Musk’s deal for the company.
Aug 23, 2022
Stocks Drop as Markets Await Fed, and Understanding the APEs 8/22/22
The S&P fell more than 2% to start the week as the pullback that started Friday gains steam. But with Jackson Hole around the corner, what’s next for the market? Plus AMC & its new preferred equity shares both dropped. The Chairwoman breaks down the moves and dissects what they mean.
Aug 22, 2022
Stocks Break Their Win Streak and What’s Next For Meta? 8/19/22
U.S. markets ended the week sharply lower, with the S&P and Nasdaq both ending 4-week winning streaks. So is this the end of the recent rally, or is there opportunity ahead? Plus Morgan Stanley slashing its price target on the parent company of Facebook. And the Chart Master is here to give us his thoughts on where the stock is heading.
Aug 19, 2022
A Milestone in Streaming, and the Rise & Risks of Single-Stock ETFs 8/18/22
Americans spent more time streaming in July than they did watching regular cable, the first time that’s even happened. What the shift means for the new generation of media companies as well as the legacy players. Plus single-stock etfs in names like Tesla, Paypal and Nike are gaining in popularity. We dig in on the trend, and outline what they could add to your portfolio.
Aug 18, 2022
“Sell it all!” Why the Chart Master Says It’s Time to Get Out of Apple 8/17/22
Carter Worth sending a big warning signal on one of the most widely-held stocks in the market. What he says is next for the iPhone maker, and what it means for the rest of the market. Plus stocks failed to rally after the Fed’s latest minutes from its July meeting. Former PIMCO Chief Economist Paul McCulley joins with his thoughts on the central bank.
Aug 17, 2022
What’s Walmart Really Worth, and Is the Revolution in Industrials Over? 8/16/22
Shares of Walmart saw their best day in nearly two years today on the back of better-than-expected earnings. And the stock is now just 5% away from recouping losses seen after its last big earnings warning. So where do shares go from here? Plus, Caterpillar and Deere are up double digits in the last month, but the Chart Master says the ride is about to run out of steam.
Aug 16, 2022
Stocks Shrug Off Slowdown and What Third Point Wants to See at Disney 8/15/22
U.S. markets continued their rally on Monday, even after some weaker-than-expected data on the housing and manufacturing sectors. What the reaction means for the major indexes. Plus activist investor Dan Loeb is taking an interest in Disney, while Walmart strikes a deal with Paramount. All the headlines you need to trade the streaming world.
Aug 15, 2022
Stocks Surge to End the Week, and Big Retail Earnings on Deck 8/12/22
The S&P closing out its fourth straight week of gains with a big rally on Friday. It’s the index’s best win streak of the year. But what’s next as we end into the final half of August? Plus, Walmart, Target, Home Depot and other retailers on deck to report earnings next week. What can we expect them to say about the strength of the consumer?
Aug 12, 2022
Stocks Stage Major Reversal, and Breaking Down the Consumer’s Strength 8/11/22
The S&P entirely erased a 1.1% gain and the Nasdaq dropped nearly 0.6%, even after a second report showed signs inflation may be abating. So does the reversal signal something scary for the market? The traders dive in. And with retail earnings on deck for next week, we break down how the consumer can hold up in this backdrop.
Aug 11, 2022
Nasdaq Soars to 3-Month Highs on CPI Report and Breaking Down DIS Earnings 8/10/22
Consumer prices rose less than expected in July as energy and food prices cooled off and the news sent stocks soaring. But can the rally last, and what will it mean for the Fed? Plus shares of Disney on the move as CEO Bob Chapek announces earnings for the first time since extending his contract. But will he be able to get the Mouse House rallying again?
Aug 10, 2022
Countdown to CPI, and a “Big Short” Trader’s Warning for the Market. 8/9/22
All eyes on tomorrow’s consumer inflation report, but will relief in food and energy prices be enough to calm investors? We dive into what the traders are watching. Plus Danny Moses, of “Big Short” fame, thinks markets are still too bullish about the state of the economy. Where he sees stocks going from here.
Aug 09, 2022
A Major Warning From Nvidia, and Take-Two Shares Plunge 8/8/22
Nvidia raising the red flag after reporting preliminary revenues for its fiscal second quarter well below previous guidance. The company citing weakness in its gaming division. And Take-Two shares plunged after posting a revenue miss itself – and a surprise loss. What these results mean for the broader tech trade and the market as a whole.
Aug 08, 2022
: Markets Focus on Jobs, Inflation, and Earnings Season Rolls On 8/5/22
Markets closing well off their lows of the day after the U.S. economy added many more jobs in July than expected. But as we close in on the next inflation report, how will markets trade next week? Plus, earnings season may be slowing down, but it’s not over yet. The traders break down the names they’re watching most closely.
Aug 05, 2022
The Real Recession Indicator, and What Backwardation Means for Energy Stocks 8/4/22
All eyes are on tomorrow’s jobs report, but one of our traders says it’s housing we should watch for the true sign of whether or not we’re in a recession. We break down what that sector is saying and what it means for the market. Plus oil futures are in backwardation, but is that good or bad for the sector?
Aug 04, 2022
The Most Important Charts in the Market, and What the Latest Crypto Hack Means for the Digital Currency 8/3/22
Stocks rallied in a big way on Wednesday, breaking a two-day down trend. But the traders have their picks for the charts you really should be watching. Plus millions of dollars worth of Solana crypto were stolen in the latest hack to hit the industry. What that says about the safety of these holdings.
Aug 03, 2022
Speaker Pelosi in Taiwan, Starbucks’ shares on the move, PayPal & Sofi jump, Uber surges 8/2/22
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Aug 02, 2022
The Biggest Risk to the Market? One of Our Traders Says It’s *NO* Recession 8/01/22
Markets have already priced in a recession, but what happens if we don’t get one? Will we get a more aggressive Fed down the road? Our traders break down the possibilities. Plus earnings from Pinterest and Simon Property, and a potentially historic trip for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
Aug 01, 2022
Stocks Round Out Best Month Since 2020, But Can the Momentum Continue 7/29/22
The S&P jumped more than 9% in July, the Nasdaq up over 12%, and some individual stocks saw gains much bigger than that. So with Big Tech earnings and the Fed now behind us, can the momentum continue in August? Plus a look at some of the names that didn’t fare so well recently, and breaking down next week’s big earnings reports.
Jul 29, 2022
Breaking Down the Moves in Apple and Amazon, Plus What the Latest GDP Read Means For Your Money 7/28/22
Two of the biggest companies in the world reported earnings after the bell. The traders break down what the reports say about the consumer, the economy and inflation. Plus U.S. GDP fell for a second straight quarter. Whether that amounts to a recession or not, it’s having a big impact on the stock markets. We dive into how to play the moves.
Jul 28, 2022
All Eyes on Meta, Ford and the Fed 7/27/22
Shares of Meta and Ford both on the move after the companies’ latest earnings reports. We break down the numbers and bring you all the trades. Plus the Fed raised rates and by 75 basis points for the second straight meeting, but said the pace of rate hikes could slow. That sent stocks higher, and gave the Nasdaq its best day since April 2020. Was that the green light for the growth trade?
Jul 27, 2022
: Big Tech Earnings Week Gets Underway with Alphabet and Microsoft 7/26/22
The busiest week of Q2 earnings season kicks off with reports from two of the biggest names in tech. We break down the results at get a look at what you should expect from the names still to come. Plus, the Fed expected to raise rates by another 75 basis points tomorrow, as the Biden administration tries to shoot down talk of a recession. What it all means for the markets.
Jul 26, 2022
The Reports That Hold the Key to Earnings Season, and the NFL’s Big Move Into Streaming 7/25/22
From the dollar to inflation to supply chain, the busiest week of this earnings season could give a lot of important reads on the market. The traders break down what they’re hoping to hear. Plus, details on the new NFL+ streaming service and what it means for the sector.
Jul 25, 2022
Countdown to an $8T Earnings Week and Is a Great Rate Breakdown Coming? 7/22/22
Big tech stocks set to report Q2 earnings next week and it could set a new tone for how the market moves for the rest of the year. We break down what to expect and what to brace for. Plus 10-year yields falling to their lowest level since May, and the Chart Master says there’s even more pain to come. Where he sees rates going from here.
Jul 22, 2022
Snap Sends Warning Shot to Investors 7/21/22
Snap shares plunged after the company missed already lowered guidance for its most recent quarter, and the news took down shares of Meta, Pinterest and other internet stocks. So did the company just take all the air out of the July rally? Plus what the ECB’s rate hike means for the Fed, and the little retailers that are seeing big gains this month
Jul 21, 2022
All Eyes on Tesla Earnings, and an Exclusive With United CEO Scott Kirby 7/20/22
Shares of Tesla on the move after its latest earnings report. We’re digging in on the numbers and bringing you the trades. Plus United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby joins us exclusively after that company’s results. What he’s got to say about everything from the pilot shortage and flight cancellations to when we’ll see the return of business travel.
Jul 20, 2022
All Eyes on Netflix After Make-or-Break Quarter, Plus What’s Next for Twitter 7/19/22
Netflix Shares jumping after its latest earnings report. We break down the streaming service’s latest read on subscriber growth and where it stands with its ad-supported tier and password sharing crackdown. Plus a judge ruled in favor of Twitter’s request for an expedited trial against Elon Musk. Where the parties go from here and how much damage has already been done.
Jul 19, 2022
Apple’s $50 Billion Dollar Hiring Freeze, and Digging in on IBM Earnings 7/18/22
Shares of Apple plunged after a report the company is planning to slow hiring in some areas, bringing the rest of the market down with it. What the warning sign from the biggest company in the US says for the market. Plus IBM’s been a stealth winner in the tech space this year, but can the outperformance continue? What its latest earnings report says about the future of Big Blue.
Jul 18, 2022
A Strong End to a Rough Week, But Will Momentum Hold When Earnings Kick Into High Gear 7/15/22
Stocks closed near their highs of the day on Friday, but markets were still broadly down for the week. And as we head into the heart of earnings season, with Netflix, Tesla, and IBM on deck to report next week, how should we expect the market to react.
Jul 15, 2022
Nasdaq ekes out gain as banks kick off earnings, and Pinterest gets a pop 7/14/22
The tech heavy index erased a 2%+ loss at the start of the day to end barely in the green, even as big banks posted disappointing results for the second quarter. So what’s the action telling you? Plus, Pinterest the latest target of activist Elliott Management. What it means for the stock.
Jul 14, 2022
Digging in on One Big Factor in the CPI Print, And Why the Dollar May Have Come Too Far, Too Fast 7/13/22
Consumer prices rose at the fastest pace in 41 years, and while food and energy prices may be coming down, consistently high rents might be the one line item we should be paying the most attention to. Plus, the dollar may be at two-decade highs, but the Chart Master says it could pull back in a big way.
Jul 13, 2022
Oil’s Big Breakdown, and a Special Earnings-Focused Second Hour 7/12/22
Oil prices plunging 8% today and posting their lowest close in three months. And it’s not the only commodity under pressure. So is this a sign that inflation has passed its peak? Plus in a special second hour of Fast, we’re breaking down everything you can expect as earnings season kicks off – from big tech to big banks, the headwinds, the opportunities and the outlook as companies report results.
Jul 12, 2022
What the Dollar’s Rise Means for Earnings, and Why One Trader Went Short on Twitter 7/11/22
The dollar keeps climbing to new 20-year highs and is closing in on parity with the euro. So how will the strength impact companies that do so much of their business abroad. Plus Twitter shares plunging after Elon Musk pulled his bid for the company. And that’s got one of our traders making a big bet on the stock.
Jul 11, 2022
Markets Close Out a Winning Week, But the Real Test Lies Ahead 7/8/22
Stocks were mixed after Friday’s jobs report but the S&P was still up nearly 2% on the week and the Nasdaq rose 4.6%. But with earnings season about to kick off, the real test may be what’s to come. Plus our Chart of the Week – the big tech stock that’s up 12% since last Thursday’s lows.
Jul 08, 2022
Semis’ Big Resurgence and Can the Auto Rally Roll On? 7/7/22
Semis surging this week, with the SMH ETF seeing its best day since May. So does the recent outperformance mean a bottom has been put in for the markets? Plus EV and auto stocks have been revving up in recent days. We talk to the former CEO of Ford to find out if the rally can continue.
Jul 07, 2022
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Jul 05, 2022
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Jul 01, 2022
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Jun 30, 2022
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Jun 29, 2022
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Jun 28, 2022
Nike Jumps After Earnings, and Sam Bankman-Fried’s Latest Target 06/27/22
Shares of Nike jump after the company posted better than expected revenues and announced a stock buyback. We dig into the numbers to get a read on what they say about the consumer, China, and the supply chain. Plus Robinhood shares soaring on a report crypto exchange FTX is interested in buying the company. Can a deal get done, and what would it mean for the industry?
Jun 27, 2022
The Most Important Charts in the Market, and What Nike’s Earnings Say About the Market 06/24/22
Markets closed out a rare up-week on Friday, with the Nasdaq posting its best week since March. And the traders have a couple of charts they say give us the real read on where markets are going from here. Plus, we’re counting down to earnings from Nike. What the results could tell us about everythings from consumer demand to the state of the Chinese economy.
Jun 24, 2022
Breaking Down the Bank Stress Tests and What Falling Yields Really Mean 06/23/22
The Fed releasing the results of its latest stress tests. We’re breaking down what it means for the big banks. Plus 10-year treasury yields have fallen sharply in recent days. But is that a good or bad thing for stocks?
Jun 23, 2022
Mark Zuckerberg’s Metaverse Ambitions, and What Powell’s Warning Means for the Market 06/22/22
Jim Cramer sat down with the Meta CEO to talk about his goals to grow the company formerly known as Facebook. We’ve got a first look at the interview and a deep dive on the potential held in the metaverse. Plus Fed Chair Powell acknowledging the possibility of a recession if the central bank keeps hiking rates. How you should set yourself up for that possibility.
Jun 22, 2022
A bounceback to believe in? 06/21/22
Stocks roaring higher today. From big tech, to banks, to big oil - green arrows across the board. Is this a rebound that investors should approach with caution? Fast Money traders’ dish on this
Jun 21, 2022
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Jun 17, 2022
The Traders’ Slow Money Game Plan, and The Level to Watch for Markets 06/16/22
Stocks sold off on Thursday, with the Dow closing below 30,000 for the first time since January 2021. But if you’re looking for entry points, the desk has a few names you should be looking to add for long-term gains. Plus, with markets at multi-year lows, the Chart Master has some key levels you should be watching now.
Jun 16, 2022
The Fed Rate Hike Heard Round the World, and Powell’s Warning to Millennial Homebuyers 06/15/22
The Federal Reserve boosted rates at the fastest pace in nearly three decades, and markets seemed to rally on the news. But will the boost be sustainable, or is this just a short-term gain. Plus, the central bank chair ended his press conference with a big warning to young homebuyers. What he said, and what it means for the housing market.
Jun 15, 2022
Trouble Under the Surface? And What’s on Biden’s Saudi Agenda 06/14/22
Markets fairly muted ahead of tomorrow’s Fed decision, with the S&P and Dow down slightly while the Nasdaq eked out a gain. But there are some signs in the market that one of our traders calls “nasty”. We tell you what they are. Plus Pres. Biden setting the itinerary for his controversial trip to Saudi Arabia as oil prices remain at multi-year highs. What he’s looking to accomplish and what it means for the industry.
Jun 14, 2022
S&P Enters Bear Market, and Crypto Prices Plunge 06/13/22
The S&P dropped nearly 4% to close the day more than 20% from its record high. But how will today’s market action affect the Fed’s policy decision later this week. Plus bitcoin fell to its lowest level since December 2020 today. And our own Brian Kelly says the pain might not be over yet.
Jun 13, 2022
S&P Closes in on Bear Market, and Why Gold’s Rally is “Scary” 06/10/22
Stocks sold off into the close after the latest reading on CPI showed consumer prices rising at their fastest pace in 40 years. Where the markets are heading from here, and how you should protect against any further volatility. Plus gold prices rallied today, but one of our traders said the move higher is “scary”. What’s behind the call.
Jun 10, 2022
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Jun 09, 2022
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Jun 08, 2022
The Questions Target Raises About the Consumer, and Why Higher Energy Prices May Not Derail the Market 06/07/22
Stocks seemed to shrug off the red flag Target raised when it cut guidance for the year, but how strong is the consumer really? With rising rates, a tenuous job market and consistent inflation, will demand exist even when supply chain concerns iron themselves out? Plus oil prices rising to 3-month highs, but J.P. Morgan’s Marko Kolanovic says even higher prices may not mean a recession is inevitable.
Jun 07, 2022
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Jun 06, 2022
When Good News is Bad News and Where Apple Goes From Here 06/03/22
Markets dropping despite a better than expected jobs report as investors seem to think strong employment will prompt the Fed to be more aggressive. Plus Apple shedding nearly 4% ahead of its WWDC kick off next week. The Chart Master dives in to see what’s next for the stock.
Jun 03, 2022
Stocks Shrug Off Microsoft Warning, and Earnings from LULU and RH 06/02/22
Stocks surged on Thursday even after the tech giant brought down estimates for fiscal Q4 earnings and revenue. Even comments from the Fed vice chair didn’t derail the rally. So have stocks fully priced in all the risks? Plus earnings from Lululemon, Restoration Hardware and more.
Jun 02, 2022
Meta Loses a Major Asset and the Big About Face From Jamie Dimon 06/01/22
Shares of Facebook parent company Meta dropped after COO Sheryl Sandberg said she’s stepping down from her post after 14 years. What that means for the company and who could take her place? Plus, what a difference a week makes. Jamie Dimon went from seeing dissipating storm clouds to a full-fledged hurricane for the markets. What that means for the economy and your money.
Jun 01, 2022
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May 31, 2022
Stocks Break Their Losing Streak in a Big Way, But Can the Momentum Continue? 05/27/22
The S&P put in its best week since November 2020, snapping a 7-week losing streak and rising more than 6% since Monday. Strength came across the board, but can the gains last? Plus one region of the world far outperforming the U.S. this month. We’ll tell you what it is, and whether we can find opportunities there.
May 27, 2022
Retail Rockets Market Higher, But Will the Strength Continue 05/26/22
Shares of Dollar Tree, Dollar General and Macy’s soared on Thursday after positive earnings and guidance for the year. But with major companies announcing job cuts and consumers dipping into savings, will the strength continue? Plus earnings from Costco, Ulta and Gap, and the digital ad company that rallied in a big way today.
May 26, 2022
Time to Start Buying? What the Traders are Dipping Their Toes in Now 05/25/22
The Dow pulling off its 4th straight day of gains as new indications from the Fed suggest there’s no reason to believe the central bank will get more hawkish. But with all the recent volatility, is it time to start buying? What the traders are nibbling away at right now. Plus earnings from Nvidia, Williams-Sonoma and more.
May 25, 2022
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May 24, 2022
The Jamie Dimon Rally and What China Tensions Could Mean for Multinationals. 05/23/22
Bank stocks soared to start the week after JPMorgan’s CEO gave some bullish forecasts for the company. Can the rally hold or is there more pain to come? Plus President Biden’s latest comments on Taiwan raising some eyebrows. What rising tensions with Beijing might mean for the companies that are so dependent on China for business.
May 23, 2022
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May 20, 2022
What Happens When the Leaders Crumble, and What’s Next for Fintech. 05/19/22
Stocks unable to stage a comeback after yesterday’s sell-off and the weakness continued in a couple key areas of the market. What that says about the strength of the markets. Plus the former head of Square Capital weighs in on the future of fintech.
May 19, 2022
Retail Wrecks the Market, But Is There More Pain to Come. 05/18/22
Another monster earnings miss in the retail sector sent Target to its worst day since Black Monday and took the rest of the market with it. But fear was felt across sectors. Will there be more pain to come or have we finally seen the worst? Plus gas prices surging to records across the country. What it means for inflation and the consumer.
May 18, 2022
The True Tale of the Consumer, and Time to Buy In on FinTech? 05/17/22
We got two very different reads on the consumer today – retail sales rising more than expected while Walmart posted its biggest earnings miss in at least 30 years. So which data point should we be looking to? And one top analyst says it’s time to bet on the beaten down fintech space. The names he says should be added to your shopping cart.
May 17, 2022
Countdown to Retail Earnings and Can Anyone Really Know How Many Bots Twitter Has? 05/16/22
Walmart and Home Depot give us important reads on the consumer and how they’re responding to decades-high inflation when they report tomorrow. What the traders are watching and what it means for the market. Plus Twitter’s CEO and Elon Musk have wildly different estimates for how many bots are on the platform. So with so much confusion, how can anyone know how to value the company?
May 16, 2022
Does a Bottom for Apple Mean a Surge for the Markets? 05/13/22
Apple hit a 7-month low during Thursday’s session but rebounded nearly 6% since then, bringing the rest of the market with it. Is that a sign that we’ve put in our near term lows? Plus one of our traders says the best days may be over for the energy space. We find out how he’s trading the names.
May 13, 2022
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May 12, 2022
Fast Money traders’ react to Apple losing the title of world’s most valuable company. Shares of the tech giant fell nearly 12% percent over the last week. How to trade $AAPL amid this sell-off
May 11, 2022
The Ripple Effect: Inside The Tech Wreck. 05/10/22
Fast Money traders look under the hood at the crumbling tech trades. Are these names buying opportunities?
May 10, 2022
New Wave of Selling? 05/09/22
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May 09, 2022
Is it too late to sell? 5/6/22
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May 06, 2022
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May 05, 2022
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May 04, 2022
Countdown to Fed: How to trade in face of rising rates. 05/03/22
All eyes are on tomorrow’s Fed decision, where the central bank is expected to hike rates by the most in over twenty years. So how should you prime yourself for the trade out of tomorrow? Plus, big earnings moves from Lyft, AMD, Airbnb and more. We’re breaking down all the numbers and bringing you the trades.
May 03, 2022
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May 02, 2022
Another Late Friday Fade for the Markets Wraps Up Nasdaq’s Worst Month Since 2008 04/29/22
For the second week in a row, markets sold off into the close on Friday, with the S&P wrapping up the month with a nearly 9% loss, and the Nasdaq dropping more than 13% in April. So how do you set yourself up for the new month? The traders break down the strategy.
Apr 29, 2022
All Eyes on Apple, Amazon 04/28/22
Apple, Amazon, and others in focus after the bell after the companies’ latest earnings reports. We’re dialed in to the earnings calls and bringing you all the highlights. Plus markets staging a major rally today and going positive for the week. So has the bottom been put in or is there more pain to come?
Apr 28, 2022
Meta Soars After Earnings and All of the Afternoon’s Movers 04/27/22
Shares of Meta soared after the company’s latest earnings report. We’re listening in on the conference call and bringing you all the details. Plus results from Qualcomm, Paypal, Las Vegas Sands and more. We’re getting you all the details you need to know.
Apr 27, 2022
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Apr 26, 2022
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Apr 25, 2022
A Rough Ride to End the Week, and How to Set Yourself Up for Monday 4/22/22
Markets closing near their lows of the day and ending the week deep in the red. And with earnings season about to kick into high gear, what should you be doing with your portfolio?
Apr 22, 2022
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Apr 21, 2022
All Eyes on Tesla, and a Former Twitter Exec on Why the CEO Deserves a Chance. 04/20/22
Tesla shares rising after the company posted better-than-expected earnings and revenue. But what’s next for the stock. Plus a former SVP at Twitter, who hired the current CEO Parag Agrawal, weighs in on the drama as Elon Musk’s bid for the company wages on.
Apr 20, 2022
Netflix’s Shocking Subscriber Loss. 04/19/22
Netflix shares plunging after the company reported a surprise drop in subscribers in the latest quarter and said there was more pain to come. We’re digging into the numbers and following every move. But markets had been in rally mode all day… what comes next for investors?
Apr 19, 2022
Countdown to Tech Earnings, and Does Elon Have a Point? 04/18/22
Big tech earnings season kicks off tomorrow with Netflix results after the bell. But big stocks are not trading well ahead of those prints. Could a solid season help stocks rebound or is there more pain ahead. Plus, Elon taking issue with a couple parts of Twitter’s board practices, but are his frustrations legit?
Apr 18, 2022
Dissecting Elon Musk’s Bid For Twitter 04/14/22
The Tesla CEO the talk of the tape today, as he makes an unsolicited $43b bid for the social media network. What it means for Twitter, the markets and Elon’s vast empire
Apr 14, 2022
Do Rising Markets Mean the Fed Will Get More Aggressive? 04/13/22
Markets seemed to shrug off a record rise in producer prices, but the response could be exactly what the Fed needs to see to implement an intra-meeting rate hike. What that could mean for the markets and how you should prep for it.
Apr 13, 2022
Markets Fail to Hold On to Gains, and Why Oil Could Hit $150 04/12/22
Stocks started the day well in the green, even as the latest CPI report showed the fastest inflation growth in more than 40 years. But the good times didn’t last and all major indexes ended the day in the red. What the reversal says about the markets. Plus oil prices surging back above the $100 mark, and one expert says the gains are just the beginning.
Apr 12, 2022
Stocks Close Near Day’s Lows and an About Face From Elon 4/11/22
The S&P and Dow closed below their 50-day moving averages and the Nasdaq dropped over 2%. What the market action, ahead of the kick-off to earnings season, means to the traders. Plus, Elon Musk won’t actually be joining Twitter’s board. Does the decision mean he has even grander plans for the social networking stock?
Apr 11, 2022
Stick With the Winners into Earnings Season? And Is Musk Moving to Mining? 4/8/22
We’re just days away from the kick off of Q1 earnings season and it’s been the defensive sectors like utilities, staples and health care leading the way recently. So do you stay with the names that have been rallying, or is it time to change things up? Plus, Elon Musk suggested it might be time for Tesla to get into lithium mining. What that could mean for the stock and the industry.
Apr 08, 2022
Markets Stage a Reversal, But It's the Safety Trade That’s Rallying 4/7/22
Stocks staged a massive midday rally to break a 2-day losing streak, with major indexes ending in the green. But it was staples, energy and health care leading the charge. What that says about the state of the market. Plus Walmart upping pay for its truckers – what that means for the state of the trucking industry.
Apr 07, 2022
Big Tech Sinks as Fed Lays out Taper Plans and The Most Important Chart for the Banking Sector. 04/06/22
The Nasdaq continued its weakness Wednesday, closing at its lowest level in 2 weeks as the Fed laid out its plans to reduce its balance sheet. So is there more pain to come? And with Goldman Sachs and Citi both at 52-week highs, the traders lay out what’s next for the sector.
Apr 06, 2022
The End of the Bear Market Rally? And What Musk Means for Twitter. 04/05/22
Markets closing near their lows of the day as fears of a more aggressive Fed weigh on investors. So is this the end of the recent bear market rally? Plus, Twitter rising for a second straight day as Elon Musk makes his “passive” stake a little more active. What it could mean for the social network stock.
Apr 05, 2022
What Musk’s Twitter Buy Means for Social Media, and Is Starbucks a Growth Stock? 04/04/22
Elon Musk sending shares of Twitter to the moon today after the Tesla CEO took a nearly 10% stake in the company. But could his passive position turn into something more aggressive? Plus Howard Schultz coming back to Starbucks (again!) and making big changes. But is he positioning the company for growth, or dealing a blow to shareholders?
Apr 04, 2022
Markets Brace for Big Tech “Warning Season”? and Why the Chart Master Sees Gold in Newmont Mining Stock 04/01/22
JPMorgan took Apple off its focus list as consumer demand seems to slow and Morningstar made a major downgrade on Cathie Wood’s flagship ARK Innovation Fund. So is big tech in for a rough ride this earnings season? Plus, Newmont Mining hit a record high for the first time in nearly 35 years today! Why Carter Worth sees even more upside.
Apr 01, 2022
Markets Sell Off to End a Painful Quarter, But What Will Earnings Season Have in Store. 03/31/22
The S&P dropped more than 1.5% today, with a steep sell-off coming at the end of the trading session. And with Q1 earnings season just days away, what can we expect from companies’ reports, and what will it mean for the markets?
Mar 31, 2022
One of the Worst Stocks in the Nasdaq 100 and a Stark Warning on the Housing Trade. 03/30/22
With just one day left in the quarter, Netflix is on pace for its worst 3 months in a decade. But is there a reason for hope in this name, or should investors chill? Plus RH’s CEO invoking the ghost of Bear Stearns on his earnings call. What he said that could mean big trouble for the housing market.
Mar 30, 2022
Markets Surge Despite Growing Recession Fears, and Today’s After-Hours Moves. 03/29/22
The S&P is up more than 12% from its 2022 low, but with a growing chorus of market experts sounding the alarm on the economy, how do you trade the markets? Plus Lululemon, RH, Chewy and Micron among the big after-hours movers today. We dive in to all the earnings numbers.
Mar 29, 2022
Digging Into the Tesla Stock Split and What’s Next for Apple. 03/28/22
Tesla shares surging back into the green for the year after announcing it’s looking to split its shares and pay out a dividend to investors. But what does the move really mean for the stock. And Apple posting its longest win streak since 2010. Can the run keep going?
Mar 28, 2022
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Mar 25, 2022
The Crude Conundrum and Digging in to the Fertilizer Boom. 03/24/22
There are two very different schools of thought on how to treat the energy sector. Chicago’s city council taking a very anti-oil stance, banning investments in fossil fuel companies, while JPMorgan’s CEO is calling for more aggressive investment in domestic oil. What’s that mean for the stocks. Plus two of the best performing stocks in the S&P this year – that AREN’T in the oil patch – are playing the fertilizer boom. What’s behind the run in Mosaic and CF Industries.
Mar 24, 2022
Shaky Foundation for the Housing Trade? And Is the Market Rally Over? 3/23/22
Spiking mortgage rates, a plunge in refinancings and rising home prices all weighing on the housing market. What it means for the trades in the industry. Plus stocks took a big breather from their recent rally, closing near the lows of the session. Is there an even bigger pullback coming after the post-Fed strength?
Mar 23, 2022
Market Comes To Terms With Rising Rates, and Tesla’s Stealth Rally. 03/22/22
The S&P closed out its fifth day of gains in six sessions, even as the Fed telescopes more aggressive and faster rate hikes than initially thought. Big Tech stocks added more than $780B in market cap since last Wednesday’s lows and even consumer names are seeing strength. So have the markets come to terms with rising rates? Plus Tesla shares surge as the Berlin Gigafactory rolls out its first deliveries. And you won’t believe how far the stock has climbed in the last five days.
Mar 22, 2022
Powell’s Inflation Alarm and Inside the Disney Discord. 03/21/22
Markets going on a roller coaster after Fed Chair Jerome Powell sounded an even more hawkish tone on inflation than he did even last week. So how should investors brace for a faster, more pronounced pace of rate hikes? Plus a CNBC exclusive dives into the infighting between Disney’s current and former CEO. What it all means for the future of the Mouse House.
Mar 21, 2022
Trouble Lurking Under the Surface? And the Semi Stock Standout 03/18/22
Markets closed out their best week since November 2020, but with a couple Fed officials signaling the need for more aggressive rate hikes, could we be in for a rude awakening? Plus semi stocks staging a big rebound this week, but there’s one name that stood out from the rest of the pack. What the traders are doing with the stock now.
Mar 18, 2022
Too Soon to Bet on Growth? And One Sector Sitting Out the Rally. 03/17/22
Stocks staging another strong day, with the S&P on pace for its best week of the year and high-growth names soaring in a big way. But is it too early to dive back in to the high-flyers. Plus auto stocks sitting out Thursday’s rally. What the latest challenge for the group means for the stocks.
Mar 17, 2022
Powell Successfully Threads the Needle, and Why One Fintech Firm May Have Just Put in a Bottom. 03/16/22
All eyes were on the Fed today and chairman Jerome Powell seemed to successfully balance all the concerns weighing on the market. Though stocks initially dropped when the central bank announced its first rate hike in over three years, they rebounded sharply to close at the highs of the day. So is this the all-clear for investors? Plus the Chart Master says the company formerly known as Square may have put in a bottom – why he’s a buyer of the stock now.
Mar 16, 2022
Could the Fed Make a Big Misstep? And Trouble Under the Surface for Commodity Houses?
We’re counting down to the “most important” Fed meeting this month. But with Chair Jerome Powell forced to toe a delicate line between being too aggressive and not aggressive enough, could the central bank make its biggest misstep ever? Plus, commodity prices may be soaring, but that’s not necessarily good news for the companies that trade these assets. We’ve got the charts to show why trouble may be brewing under the surface.
Mar 15, 2022
China Shutdowns Spark More Supply Chain Concern and Musk’s Sourcing Struggles
A new wave of COVID cases in China has caused major manufacturing centers to close down. What it means for the companies that source their products and do business in the country. Plus Elon Musk has vocally pledged his support to Ukraine in its war with Russia, but Tesla has been buying aluminum from Moscow for years. We dig into the difficult line companies have to toe in the region.
Mar 14, 2022
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Mar 11, 2022
The European Contagion Risk, and China Fires Back at U.S.
The CEO of Volkswagen issuing a stark warning about the impact of the Ukraine/Russia war as markets in Europe drop sharply. But what impact will this have on the U.S. Plus, China threatening to retaliate if the U.S. issues sanctions against Beijing. What it means for the Chinese listed stocks here at home.
Mar 10, 2022
Believe the Bounce? And the Potential Impact of Secondary Sanctions
Markets storming back in a big way today with strength seen across the board. But stocks are still mostly down over the last week. Should you believe the bounce, or proceed with caution? And the U.S. weighing sanctions that could have “devastating” effects on China in the wake of the Russia/Ukraine war. What that could mean for the companies operating in China.
Mar 09, 2022
A Roller Coaster Ride for the Markets, and Breaking Down Apple’s Latest Launch
The Dow swung 835 points from high to low today and ended the day in the red. The S&P gave up a 1.8% gain. Why these moves should give investors pause. Plus Apple holding its latest product event today, but will the announcements mean a big boost for the stock?
Mar 08, 2022
Nasdaq Enters Bear Market and Uranium Prices Surge
The spike in energy prices taking a big hit on stocks. With crude oil crossing the $130 mark for the first time since 2008, the major market indexes all closed deep in the red and the Nasdaq is now down more than 20% from its all-time high. So how should you be looking at these markets? The traders lay out their strategies.
Mar 07, 2022
What the Dollar Surge Means For Markets, and Two Tales of Transports
Commodities and the dollar jumping this week as markets take another big breather. But will the downtrend continue in the coming weeks? The traders break down their outlook. Plus, the airlines have taken a major hit in recent days, but the broader transports actually eked out a gain this week. So where do these stocks go from here? The Chart Master is here to lay out his case.
Mar 04, 2022
The $2.7 Trillion Question About Apple
Shares of the biggest company in the world were unable to hold onto early gains, but the stock is still up for the week, far outpacing the broader market. But at about 26x forward earnings, is Apple overvalued? We lay out the arguments. Plus commodities on pace for their best week since the 1960s! And BK’s got one chart in the space he says might be the one we should be watching.
Mar 03, 2022
Fast Money traders break down today's rally
Stocks surge as Fed Chair Jay Powell testifies before Congress. Plus, the big headline that had Draftkings investors heading for the dugout. And the trade on Citi and the bank holds its investor day.
Mar 02, 2022
What Banks Are Saying About the Market
Major indexes fell sharply on Tuesday, but closed well off their lows of the day. But bank stocks took an even bigger hit, with the KBE ETF seeing its worst day since November 2020. So is the sell-off in the financials telling us something deeper about the market? Plus crude oil prices topping $100 for the first time in seven years. The Chart Master lays out where prices are going from here.
Mar 01, 2022
The War Trade is On – But Broad Markets Shrug
Defense stocks, cyber names and energy plays all rallying in a big way on Monday as the Russia/Ukraine conflict wages on. But despite closing well off their lows of the day, the broad markets were essentially flat. The traders break down what this means for the market. Plus have COVID fears been put to rest for good in the market? Fundstrat’s Tom Lee joins to tell us why he thinks stocks may have put in their bottom for the year.
Feb 28, 2022
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Feb 25, 2022
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Feb 24, 2022
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Feb 23, 2022
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Feb 22, 2022
Coming to Terms With Tightening, and Time to Throw in the Towel on Big Tech?
Interest rates spiked to multi-year highs today as markets got ready for more rate hikes. But, surprisingly, tech stocks posted some big gains. So have markets made their peace with the possibility of a more aggressive Fed? And is the volatility behind us? Plus, energy stocks are some of the best performing of the year, but the Chart Master says
Feb 04, 2022
Market’s Meta Meltdown and a Big Boost for Amazon
Shares of Amazon surging after the company posted better than expected earnings, and Snap and Pinterest saw big gains too. Will this be enough to calm investors after the massive Meta-led rout we saw on Thursday?
Feb 03, 2022
Meta Shares Plunge after Earnings. What It Means for the Market
The company formerly known as Facebook, the latest big tech company to report earnings, posted weak results and a big miss on forecasts. Shares sank to their lowest level since March of last year on the news. So with most of the big tech reports in, what’s the market do from here?
Feb 02, 2022
A Massive Night of Earnings, and a Stark Warning for the Market
Alphabet, GM, and PayPal just a few of the big names posting earnings after the bell tonight. We bring you all the numbers, the headlines from the conference calls, and the trades on the names. Plus one of the most bearish strategists on the Street says we’ve only just begun to see the volatility the market has to bring. Why BofA Securities’ Savita Subramanian says we’re in for a “messy” few months.
Feb 01, 2022
Markets Rally to End the Month, But Should You Believe the Bounce?
The Nasdaq Narrowly avoided posting its worst January in history, with a 3.4% gain to end the month. But is the rally for real, or is there more trouble to come. Plus, biotech has been a big laggard in recent months, but one top analyst has names he thinks are ready to play catch-up.
Jan 31, 2022
Markets Rally to End the Week, and Robinhood’s Big Turnaround
The Dow posted another big turn around, closing nearly 920 points higher than its lows of the day. Is this a reason for optimism going into another big week for earnings? Or a sign for concern. Plus, Robinhood staging a massive comeback, closing up nearly 10% after dropping almost 15% at the start of the session. The traders bring you the trade on the turnaround.
Jan 28, 2022
All Eyes on Apple, and the Man Who Took on Robinhood
Shares of Apple on the move after the world’s largest company reported its latest earnings. The traders break down the number and how they’re planning the stock. Plus, retail trader Jose Batista joins to discuss his $30K award he got from Robinhood in a FINRA complaint.
Jan 27, 2022
All Eyes on Tesla Earnings, and Markets Give up Monster Gains
Shares of Tesla on the move after the EV maker’s latest earnings report. Loup Ventures Gene Munster joins to break down the results. Plus, the Nasdaq giving up a 3.4% gain as the Federal Reserve gets ready to raise rates. What the volatile move means for the markets.
Jan 26, 2022
Microsoft Earnings Set Stage for Markets This Week, and Finding Opportunity Amid the Wreckage
Shares of Microsoft were on the move lower as the first big tech name to report earnings this quarter. What the results – and the move – mean for where stocks go this week. Plus another volatile day for the markets – the names our traders think may have been too unfairly punished.
Jan 25, 2022
Markets Stage Massive Rebound as Investors Await Fed, Earnings
The Nasdaq erased nearly 5% of losses on Monday to end the day in the green. Other indexes also closed out the day with gains. So has the bottom been put in for stocks, or with the Fed meeting and big tech earnings on deck, is there more pain to come. Plus the kick-off of our week-long Retail Revolution – we talk with one trader about how things have changed over the past year.
Jan 24, 2022
The Market’s Message, and Netflix Gets Re-Rated Description
Stocks closed out a bumpy week with another round of losses on Friday. And for the week, all major indexes saw significant drops, yields retreated from multi-year highs, and even the commodity trade took a hit. So what are markets trying to tell us? Plus, Netflix seeing its worst day in nearly a decade and is now trading at multiples comparable to Costco, the New York Times and FactSet. So which is a better deal?
Jan 21, 2022
Fast Turns 15! We’re Celebrating With an All-Star Line-Up
Fast Money is celebrating 15 years on the air this month, and we’re joined by the OG traders to mark the occasion. Plus, veteran investors Carl Icahn and Howard Lutnick are back to help celebrate, and to break down all of today’s market action.
Jan 20, 2022
The Impact of Biden’s Economic Agenda and Trading the Consumer Stock Breakdown
President Biden spoke on the eve of the one-year anniversary of his inauguration, but what have his economic policies meant for the markets and your money? Plus, one top technician sees trouble ahead for the discretionary sector. But have consumer names hit bottom?
Jan 19, 2022
Nasdaq Falls Into Correction Territory, and Breaking Down Microsoft’s Activision Deal
The Nasdaq closed the day at three-month lows and one top investor says there’s a lot more pain ahead. Just how much more markets can fall. Plus Microsoft swooping in to buy troubled Activision Blizzard. Jefferies’ Andrew Uerkwitz joins with his thoughts on the latest deal in the metaverse.
Jan 18, 2022
A Mixed Bag for Big Banks, and When Perfection Doesn’t Last
JPMorgan shares dropping after its earnings report Friday, after the company warned about rising costs and wages. But Wells Fargo got a surprising pop after its results. What these earnings say about the strength of the sector, and how you should trade it. Plus, the S&P has been climbing at a perfect 25 degree angle for 18 months – but the Chart Master says you can never expect perfection to last.
Jan 14, 2022
The Eight Words That Sank Tech Stocks
Markets had been nice and calm to start Thursday, but then Fed Vice Chair nominee said the central bank was ready to raise rates several times this year. That sent stocks into a tailspin and helped the Nasdaq lose 2%. Is that the nail in the coffin for the tech trade, or is there hope ahead?
Jan 13, 2022
Energy Stocks Fuel the Market, and Why You Might Be Skeptical About the Tech Rally
Oil prices crossed the $83 mark for the first time since November and are up almost 10% already this year. That’s fueled energy stocks to gains of 15% or more, but one strategist says you should be buying the commodity, not the stocks. And tech has seen a big comeback over the past two and a half days, but one top technician is skeptical the strength will last
Jan 12, 2022
China Tech’s Big Bounceback and a Market Bull’s Big Warning
China tech has seen a strong start to the year after a rough 2021 – the KWEB already up more than 7%, with names like Alibaba, and Baidu leading the way. Is it time to jump in, or should you stay on the sidelines? Plus markets continued their momentum from late in the day Monday, but Canaccord’s Tony Dwyer says you should be braced for more volatility.
Jan 11, 2022
Nasdaq’s Massive Rebound, and Live With the Illumina CEO
After falling as much as 2.7% early in the session, the Nasdaq staged a late-day comeback to close out the day in the green. Major tech names all saw big rebounds during the day as well. Plus, we’re live at the J.P. Morgan Health Care Conference with the CEO of Illumina. What’s next for the company and the stock?
Jan 10, 2022
Is There Any Stopping the Surge in Rates? And What’s Next for the Semis?
10-year yields topped 1.8% for the first time since January 2020 today, and one of our traders says we could be on our way even higher. And semis pulled back from their record highs in a big way this week. The Chart Master plots out where he sees the chip stocks going next.
Jan 07, 2022
Big Banks Break Out and the Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing Description
Banks resuming their strong start to the year with the KBE ETF jumping more than 3% and on pace for its best week since February. How the traders are looking at these names as we gear up for earnings next week. Plus the one stock each trader thinks is being unfairly punished as a growth stock, even though it’s truly a calm value play.
Jan 06, 2022
A Fed-Led Market Sell-Off, and Dinosaur Tech Makes a Comeback
The Fed signaled it might get more aggressive in its stimulus wind down, sending the Dow down nearly 400 points and the Nasdaq plunging more than 3%. But some old-school tech names were holding up in the sell-off. Are these the names you should bet on now?
Jan 05, 2022
Out With the…New? How Stock Markets Are Turning the Old New Year’s Adage on Its Head
The start of the year is often an opportunity to turn over a new leaf, but today’s action on Wall Street was all about strength in the old economy stocks. Was this a matter of rising yields taking out high-fliers, or is there something more going on here? Plus Paul Sankey lays out a new pairs trade you won’t want to miss.
Jan 04, 2022
A Record Start to the Year, and a Semi Stock Ready to Surge
The S&P clocking in new record closes to kick off 2022, but will the stocks that led the way last year continue to post monster gains. The traders lay out their picks for the names to watch. Plus one long-time laggard in the chip space saw a big breakthrough today. Why the move caught the eye of one of our traders.
Jan 03, 2022
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Dec 31, 2021
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Dec 30, 2021
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Dec 29, 2021
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Dec 28, 2021
Top Trades as S&P Hits 69th Record Close This Year
The Fast Money traders break down their top trades as the S&P 500 hands in its 69th record close this year. Plus, how to navigate a turbulent weekend for travel trade as flight cancellations mount nationwide. And the big report that had investors slamming the breaks on Didi.
Dec 27, 2021
A New Record for the S&P & How to Play the Metaverse
The S&P posted an all-time high close to finish out the holiday-shortened trading, and has risen more than 4.5% from its lows hit just on Monday. So does this set us up for more strength as we head into the last week of the year? Plus it’s not just Roblox and the former Facebook making waves in the metaverse. We’ve got the names – and the trades – on all the stocks laying the foundation for the virtual world.
Dec 23, 2021
Travel Stocks Take Off and Why Bitcoin Might Be a Leading Indicator
There’s one full day left before Christmas Eve and travelers are getting ready for the holiday rush. And despite rising cases of omicron, demand is high and that’s helping airline, cruise line and hotel stocks over the past week. Where are they heading from here? Plus bitcoin has been tracking the Nasdaq pretty closely recently. What that might mean for where the crypto, and the market, is heading.
Dec 22, 2021
CNBC SPECIAL: AMC CEO Talks Apes and The Future
The more than 100-year-old movie theater chain, AMC Entertainment, has been on a wild ride this year after losing $4.6 billion dollars in revenue in 2020. The pandemic pushed the company to the brink of bankruptcy, but in October 2021 its market cap was higher than $18 billion thanks, in part, to a group of 4.1 million retail investors who now own 80% of the company. Some of these retail investors call themselves "apes," a play on Wall Street referring to them as "dumb money." In a digital uprising on Reddit, Twitter and YouTube, they have jumped into the stock giving AMC a billion dollar lifeline. The company's CEO, Adam Aron, is one of the most interesting characters in this whole drama because he has leaned into AMC's "meme stock status." Aron communicates with retail investors directly on social media and he's incorporating their ideas for the company, like accepting crypto at AMC theaters, into his strategy. In this podcast, CNBC's Melissa Lee interviews Aron about his experience at the helm as he battled to save AMC and his plans to revive the company. This is their full conversation from September, 2021 and you can watch the documentary, “How The AMC Apes Cracked Wall Street” on Youtube to hear why the apes think Wall Street is rigged and what they’re trying to do about it.
Dec 22, 2021
Reopening Trade Helps Stocks Surge, and Jack Takes On Web3
Stocks recouped all of their losses from Monday and then some, with stocks tied to the reopening trade seeing some of the biggest gains. But strength was widespread with big tech adding nearly $200B in market cap. Does this set the stage for more strength into year-end? Plus Jack Dorsey caused a stir on social media after going after saying Web3 is owned by VCs. We break down his comments and find out what it means for the players in the space.
Dec 21, 2021
Markets Drop to Start the Week, and The Chart Master Says We’re at a Critical Moment for Stocks
The S&P dropped more than a percent to start the week, marking its lowest close since Dec. 3. And the Chart Master says the index is bumping up against some key support levels. We find out where he says it’s going from here.
Dec 20, 2021
A Nightmare Before Christmas for Retailers, and a Breakdown in Banks
Retailers are getting for the second biggest shopping day of the year, but will sales be enough to get these companies in the green? Plus banks lagging the market in a big way to end the week. What’s next for the financial trade as we head into 2022?
Dec 17, 2021
Wreck on Wall Street, and Buy Now, Pay Later Under Scrutiny
Tech stocks gave up yesterday’s gains in a big way on Thursday, with the Nasdaq dropping 2.5% and Apple falling nearly 4% – its worst day since March. How the traders are playing today’s pullback. Plus, a watchdog expresses concerns over fintechs’ impact on the consumer. What it means for names like Affirm and the newly-renamed Block.
Dec 16, 2021
Did the Fed Just Give the Markets a Green Light?
Stocks closing at their highs of the day after spending most of the session in the red. That move comes after the central bank doubled the pace of its tapering and said it expects to raise rates three times next year. So has all the market uncertainty been erased? And did the markets get the all clear through year-end?
Dec 15, 2021
Is the Party Over for the Big Tech Trade? And What Rising Delinquencies Mean for “Buy Now, Pay Later”
Markets pulling back ahead of the Fed’s decision tomorrow, with Microsoft dropping more than 3% and Amazon in a correction. Does today’s action mean it’s time to put a fork in big tech’s outperformance? Plus one analyst sounding the alarm on fintech firms, saying that, with rising delinquencies, the “pay later” part of the equation is becoming more like “pay maybe”.
Dec 14, 2021
Countdown to the Fed Meeting and Sorting Through the Retail Wreckage
We’re less than two days away from what might be the most important central bank decision of the year. How you should be setting yourself up for Wednesday’s announcement. Plus retail stocks getting hit harder than the broader market today. What the traders make of the weakness, and the names where they’re still seeing opportunity.
Dec 13, 2021
Inflation-Proofing Your Portfolio, and Old School Autos Soar
Consumer prices rose at their fastest pace in nearly forty years in November. So what does it mean for the Fed and your portfolio? The Chart Master lays out some trades he says can weather the storm of rising prices. Plus Ford hitting its highest level since 2001. What’s behind the move and where does the stock go from here?
Dec 10, 2021
Countdown to the Most Important Inflation Report of the Year
We’re just hours away from November’s CPI print, and economists are looking for the highest reading in nearly 40 years. What that could mean for the Fed and how you should prime yourself for the report. Plus a “Nu” Kid on the Block. How the traders are playing a Berkshire-backed Brazilian bank that made its market debut today.
Dec 09, 2021
Instagram Head Takes Center Stage, and What’s Next in the World of Crypto
Adam Mosseri faced off against Congress over Instagram’s impact on teens. Will the hearing effect any change in the platform, and will it impact the stock. Plus crypto execs also heading to Capitol Hill today to talk about regulation of the industry. We’re joined by the CEO of Stellar Development, straight off her testimony.
Dec 08, 2021
Market Rally Picks Up Steam, But Should You Believe the Bounce?
The Nasdaq gained nearly 3% today, with big tech adding almost $250b in market cap. So is this a sign that the worst of the volatility is behind us, or should we be bracing for more pain through year end?
Dec 07, 2021
: Markets Rally to Start the Week, But Should You Believe the Bounce?
Down a day, up a day – that’s been the mantra of major markets since Thanksgiving, But should investors put stock in Monday’s rally, or is the volatility we’ve seen bound to continue?
Dec 06, 2021
Navigating the Big Tech Wreck, and Finding Safety in the Sea of Red
Markets cap off a very volatile week with a major sell-off Friday, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq dropping nearly 2 percent. The Chart Master lays out where he sees stocks heading from here, and the traders offer up their safety plays.
Dec 03, 2021
Markets Stage Massive Rebound, but One Recent Leader Sits Out the Rally
Major indexes rebounded in a big way on Thursday, with the Dow rising nearly 2%. But Apple, which has been one of the leaders, even amid the recent sell-off, ended the day down, as did the rest of big tech. The traders break down what this all means.
Dec 02, 2021
A Major Market Reversal as Omicron Hits the U.S.
Stocks closed near their lows of the day after the CDC announced the first case of Omicron in the U.S. was found in California. The S&P gave up a 1.8% gain earlier in the day to close squarely in the red. What the sell-off says for the market, and what investors should be paying attention to into year-end.
Dec 01, 2021
The 30 Words That Rocked the Market, and Is Apple the Ultimate Teflon Trade?
The S&P closed near the lows of the session after Fed Chair Jerome Powell suggested the central bank may speed up the timeline of its taper. So how are the traders setting up after Tuesday’s rout? Plus the S&P may have been down nearly 2%, but Apple was up more than 3%! What happens if that leadership goes away?
Nov 30, 2021
Why Monday’s Rebound Could be a False Flag for the Market, and the Future for Twitter and Square
Markets staged a solid rebound monday after their post-Thanksgiving sell-off, but the Chart Master says there could be more pain ahead through year-end. Plus, Twitter shares taking a tumble after Jack Dorsey announced his resignation as CEO. But what will that mean for his other company, Square?
Nov 29, 2021
Has the Santa Claus Rally Come and Gone?
The S&P managed to eke out a gain today, but is still down nearly a percent from all-time highs. The Nasdaq is down more than 2%. And while the next month is traditionally strong for stocks, that got us wondering if the Santa Claus rally has already come and gone?
Nov 24, 2021
Party Over for High-Growth Trade? And What’s Keeping Retail CEOs Up at Night
Big tech and high growth stocks posting a second day of losses, with the Nasdaq down sharply from a record high hit just yesterday morning. Is this the end of the run in high-growth, high-multiple stocks, or an opportunity to buy in. Plus smash-and-grab jobs putting pressure on retailers just as the most important time of their year is upon us. What it means for margins and the stocks.
Nov 24, 2021
Late Day Sell-Off May Signal Trouble Ahead, Plus the Conversation Sure to Feature Highly at Your Thanksgiving Table
The S&P dropped in the last hour of trading after spending most of the day in record territory. This, as 2-year yields and the dollar spiked, and high-valuation stocks like Palantir and DoorDash plunged. What the move says about the strength of the market. Plus it’s that time of year when families gather around the table to discuss...crypto! What that could mean for prices in the coming weeks.
Nov 22, 2021
Risks to the Rally? And a Big Warning for Small Caps
Austria on lockdown and rising COVID cases in the U.S. Could another wave of the virus halt the market progress? Plus small caps broke out of a nine-month trading range early this month. But the Chart Master sees cause for concern in the space.
Nov 19, 2021
Apple’s Accelerating Self-Driving Ambitions and How to Trade the Market’s Haves and Have-Nots
Apple surged to a new all-time high after a report that it's moving up its timeline to get its first autonomous vehicles on the road. What it means for the rest of the auto space. Plus while Apple, Nvidia, Home Depot and others are hitting record highs, Alibaba, Peloton, Roku and others continue to struggle. Do you stick with the winners or bet on a bounce back?
Nov 18, 2021
Will Tried and True Tech Lead the Market, and the Great Race in EVs
Markets ended the day down, but big tech was able to hold up strong, with Apple jumping as much as 2% and Microsoft hitting an all-time high. So will the trade that has worked all year long continue to lead into year-end? The traders break down their thoughts. Plus the runs in Rivian and Lucid seemed to run out of battery on Wednesday, but they’re still far outperforming the rest of the auto pack over the past week. Are the EV gains for real?
Nov 18, 2021
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Nov 17, 2021
The Real Read on Retail, and Sounding the Alarm on Bitcoin
With the holidays just around the corner, how are the retail names stacking up? Despite headwinds from inflation and supply chains, we got a few strong earnings reports this morning. Does that set the stage for more strength to come? Plus, Bitcoin pulling back from records recently and the Chart Master’s raising a major warning signal for where crypto is going from here.
Nov 16, 2021
Gearing Up for Retail Earnings and Bidding for the Crypto?
We’re counting down to reports from the big retailers, but with these stocks rallying heading into this earnings season, has the bar been set too high? Plus a copy of the U.S. Constitution is going up for auction at Sotheby’s this week, and a group is making its bids all in ethereum. We’ve got two of the bidders to break down why the move is so consequential.
Nov 15, 2021
A Big Hit for the Consumer and Pot Stocks Light Up
Consumer sentiment falling to its lowest level in more than a decade as inflation concerns seem to be taking a toll on spending. What that says about the market and the economy. Plus, pot stocks blazing higher as federal legalization seems within reach. How the traders are looking at these names.
Nov 12, 2021
The Three Most Important Charts in the Market, and Who Wins the Metaverse
Markets may be off their records, but the traders have their eyes on three charts they say could give us a real read on where the markets are going. We break them down and get the details. Plus Disney is going all in on the Metaverse. But who’ll come out as winners when we all go virtual. One top analyst has the details.
Nov 11, 2021
First On CNBC: Disney CEO Bob Chapek Dives Into the Latest Quarter
Disney shares on the move after its latest earnings report, and CEO Bob Chapek joins us straight from the company’s conference call. Plus markets pulling back after the highest CPI read in more than 30 years. How the traders say you should play rising inflation.
Nov 10, 2021
CNBC SPECIAL: Generation Gamble Part 1
“Generation Gamble” provides an in-depth examination of the intersection of betting, trading and gaming, exploring what is at stake for everyone involved and how taking risks can be as easy as a tap on an app. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, online activity increased dramatically, leading Gen Z to reevaluate how it makes and uses money. CNBC’s Melissa Lee profiles avid college-aged users of online betting and investing apps illustrating their ease and willingness to take risks. Then, Lee travels to Boston, where she interviews the co-founders of DraftKings and discusses the rapidly growing popularity of sports betting as it becomes legalized around the country. The episode looks at other industries getting in on the action and what DraftKings is doing to promote responsible gambling among its users. Lee explores the potential downsides of betting and investing behavior as well, through people dealing with addiction and the experts trying to treat them. With an estimated four million Americans suffering from compulsive gambling disorder, CNBC shows firsthand the potential dangers behind constant access.
Nov 10, 2021
CNBC SPECIAL: Generation Gamble Part 2
CNBC’s Melissa Lee examines how social media and its influencers are changing the world of traditional investing by glamorizing trading for a new generation and fueling the rise of crypto. Lee visits Miami, where there is an emerging crypto and tech scene. She profiles a young social media influencer and claimed crypto millionaire who shares his financial advice online with more than a million followers. And she explores the rise of fintech influencers and the broad effect social media is having on investing. Lee’s reporting also takes her to the virtual world of this new generation of digital natives. She looks at multiple metaverses, interviews the former CEO of Atari and visits one of these virtual realms where there is an Atari branded casino and cryptocurrency called the Atari Token. With instant gratification and real-time adjustments, some companies and players are betting the metaverse is the next step in the evolution of gaming.
Nov 10, 2021
Countdown to Rivian’s IPO and Why a GE Break-Up Unlocks Value
All eyes are on Rivian as the electric vehicle maker gets ready to go public tomorrow. We bring you all the latest details and how you should be looking at the space. Plus, shares of GE rose as much as 7% after announcing it would be splitting into three separate companies. The traders debate whether the move truly unlocks value.
Nov 09, 2021
AMD Goes Meta, and Why You Might Want to Believe the Rivian Hype
Shares of AMD closing at an all-time high today after the chipmaker signed a deal with the company formerly known as Facebook to supply semis. So is this the ultimate way to play the metaverse boom? Plus Rivian is set to make its market debut on Wednesday. And one venture capitalist say that, unlike with other recent EV IPOs, this one’s the real deal.
Nov 08, 2021
The Reopening Rally Rockets, and Time to Bet on DraftKings?
Positive news for Pfizer’s Covid pill helping stocks climb to new records on Friday, but the real strength was in the reopening trade, with airlines, casinos, and cruise lines all rallying big time. How the traders are playing all these moves. Plus DraftKings ending the day down more than 2% after its earnings report. But one trader says it’s too early to fold your hand on the stock.
Nov 05, 2021
An Earnings Parade and an Exclusive with CME CEO Terry Duffy
We’re all over the after-hours action in shares of Uber, Pinterest, Square, Peloton and more. We’re diving into the numbers and breaking down all the details. Plus the CME Group inking a 10-year deal with Google. CEO Terry Duffy joins us exclusively with all the details.
Nov 04, 2021
Fed Sends Markets to New Records, Plus Why Two Traders Are Buying Zillow
The Federal Reserve made it official today, announcing the winddown of its bond-buying program. The news sending stocks to new highs, but have markets gotten ahead of themselves. Plus, Zillow shares plunged to their lowest level since July 2020, and a couple traders are taking the sell-off as an opportunity to buy in. We’ll find out why.
Nov 03, 2021
Countdown to the Fed and an Exclusive with the LVS CEO
Markets bracing for the central bank to announce its taper. How should you be positioning yourself for the news. Plus an exclusive interview with the CEO of Las Vegas Sands, as the company doubles down on its business in Macau.
Nov 02, 2021
Big Tech Sits Out Record Rally and EVs Rev Up Ahead of Rivian Debut
The S&P eked out another record close to start the week, but big tech stocks were all down. What’s the market action say about where to invest now. Plus, Tesla surging to its own all-time high today, and we get new details on Rivian’s market debut.
Nov 01, 2021
What We’re Seeing in the 2-Year Treasury Moves
Short-term Treasuries have been on a tear in recent weeks and the yield curve is flatter than it’s been all year. How the traders are dissecting those moves and what it means for your money. Plus the Meta rebrand is about more than Facebook. A couple metaverse cryptos are getting a big boost today. Brian Kelly breaks down what’s behind the moves.
Oct 29, 2021
Breaking Down Earnings From Apple, Amazon, and Starbucks, Plus Facebook’s New Name
The earnings parade continues with more than $4.2 trillion worth of stock reporting results after the bell. We’re breaking down the results and bringing you the trade. And Facebook goes Meta. But is the rebranding more than just a gimmick?
Oct 28, 2021
A $4.2 Trillion Day on Deck, and Ford Spikes on Earnings
Alphabet and Microsoft closed at record highs after their latest earnings report and led the Nasdaq to an intraday record. And all eyes turn now to Apple and Amazon which report tomorrow and could have a huge impact on where markets go from here. Plus, we’ve got our eyes on Ford after its latest results and SoMa Equity Partners’ Gil Simon gives us his best stock pick.
Oct 27, 2021
An earnings bonanza: Breaking down results from big tech
It’s a parade of big tech earnings today, with Alphabet, Microsoft, Twitter, Robinhood, AMD, Visa all releasing results. We’ve got the latest details from the conference calls and all the strategy to play the names.
Oct 26, 2021
Breaking Down Facebook Earnings and Tesla’s Move into the Trillion Dollar Club
Facebook shares higher in the after-hours after the company posted a better than expected profit for the latest quarter, even though revenue fell short of estimates. How you should trade the moves now, and what it says about the rest of big tech this week. Plus Tesla added over $100 billion in market cap today, launching it into the trillion dollar market cap club for the first time. What’s next for the EV maker? We break it down.
Oct 26, 2021
Back and Better Than Ever? And What Intel’s Plunge Says for the Chip Sector
Express shares soaring after the company posted record card spending for the latest quarter. So is this a sign that the consumer is ready to open his wallet and give the economy a major boost? Plus, Intel recording its worst day in over a year after its latest earnings report. The Chart Master lays out what it means for the rest of the semi space.
Oct 22, 2021
Snap Sinks on Revenue Miss and How Much Is Macy’s Really Worth?
We’re all over the after-hours action in Snap, Intel and more as Q3 earnings season kicks into high gear. Plus one analyst says Macy’s has the potential to unlock huge value if it spins off its e-commerce platform as Jana Partners suggests. Where he says the stock could be going from here.
Oct 21, 2021
Tesla Reports Earnings and a Payments Giant Goes Social
Shares of Tesla on the move after the company’s latest earnings report. Where shares are going from here, and what the traders want to hear on the upcoming conference call. Plus, Paypal in late stage talks to buy Pinterest in what could reportedly be a $39b deal. What it says about the future of fintech and the social stocks
Oct 20, 2021
Netflix’s big quarter, and gearing up for Tesla’s report
Netflix on the move after its latest earnings report, but will the breakout popularity of Squid Game be enough to keep this stock rocketing to new highs? Plus top Tesla analyst Adam Jonas of Morgan Stanley is breaking down what he expects from that company’s report tomorrow.
Oct 19, 2021
A Biotech Breakdown and Two Sides of the Streaming Wars
Biotech stocks have been far underperforming the broader market over the past month, but one top analyst says that might be about to change. We break down the trade. Plus, Disney shares dropping 3% today after a downgrade from Barclays, while Netflix reaps the benefits of the hugely popular Squid Game. How the names stack up heading into earnings.
Oct 18, 2021
A Reckoning for Facebook, and Where Bitcoin Is Heading Next
Facebook shares just clocked in their fifth straight week of losses, down 14% since that damning WSJ article on Instagram. So have we finally seen the straw that broke the company’s back? Plus, bitcoin rising above $60K for the first time since April. The Chart Master lays out where the crypto is going from here.
Oct 15, 2021
High Growth Stocks Lead the Markets and Former FDIC Chair’s Big Warning
The S&P posted its best day since March and the Dow ended a 4-day losing streak. But the big winners today -- high growth like semis, biotech and the Ark Innovation fund. What’s behind the gains and how should you trade the names? Plus Sheila Bair was front and center for the last financial crisis and she’s seeing signs that another one could be on the horizon. She tells us what’s keeping her up at night.
Oct 14, 2021
A Season of Excuses and a Major Divergence in the Semi Space
Rising fuel costs, labor shortages, supply chain issues -- there are plenty of reasons companies are cutting guidance for the fourth quarter. But with markets near all-time highs, are investors sufficiently pricing in the risks? Plus reports Apple is cutting iPhone production sending its chip suppliers lower today. But it wasn’t all bad news in the semi space. How we’re trading the names.
Oct 13, 2021
A Major Warning From Apple and Gearing Up for Big Bank Earnings
Apple shares dropping after hours after reports the company is getting ready to slash iPhone production due to the chip shortage. What it means for the iPhone maker and the chip stocks. Plus JPMorgan set to kick off Q3 earnings season tomorrow morning. How you should trade the big banks around these reports.
Oct 12, 2021
Energy Trade Runs Out of Gas, and Is Bitcoin “Worthless”?
The XLE Energy ETF hit its highest level in nearly seven years early in the session, but ended up closing the day down. So is this a sign that the oil trade has run out of steam? Plus JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon calling bitcoin “worthless,” but that’s not enough to keep him from offering it to clients. What it means for the crypto boom.
Oct 11, 2021
Trading the Energy Rally and Setting Up for Q3 Earnings Kickoff
Oil prices crossing the $80 mark for the first time since 2014 and energy stocks rallied on the heels of the move. But should you be buying in on the rally, or is the trade running out of steam? Plus Q3 earnings season kicks off next week with big banks and airlines. How you should be trading the names on those reports.
Oct 08, 2021
Markets Rally as Congress Reaches a Debt Deal, and BABA Posts 5th Best Day Ever Description:
The S&P posted its third straight day of gains and closed at its highest level of the month after Congress reached a deal on the debt ceiling. But with rates rising as well, where are markets going from here? Meanwhile, Alibaba jumped more than 8% for its best day since April and its fifth best day on record. We break down the big bet that drove the rally.
Oct 07, 2021
Breaking Down GM’s Big Analyst Day
GM setting long term goals to more than double annual revenue by 2030 and expand margins to as much as 14% as it focuses on a digital push and ramping up electric vehicle production. We dive into the company’s strategy and bring you the trade on the entire auto sector.
Oct 06, 2021
The Squid Game Effect: What’s Really Driving Netflix’s Record Rally?
Netflix app downloads are surging as a new South Korean show brings in a new audience and sends the stock to all-time highs. Plus, Microsoft is the only mega cap tech stock that hasn’t seen a 10% correction in its shares. What it’s resilience says about how you should trade the space.
Oct 05, 2021
Big Tech Gets Wrecked and the Future of Facebook as an ESG Play
Markets plunged to start the week with the five biggest stocks in the U.S. losing a combined $236 billion in market cap today alone. So is there more pain to come, or is this an opportunity to do some bargain hunting? Plus, a damning whistleblower report and widespread outages send Facebook to its worst day in almost a year, but the stock remains a favorite in the ESG space. We break down why.
Oct 04, 2021
Green Light for the Reopening? And the Retail Name One Trader Is Adding to Their Cart
Markets jumped on Friday after Merck announced strikingly positive results for its new COVID pill, but the real rally came in names tied to an economic reopening. So does the news signal that all’s clear for the market? Plus after the recent rout in the retail sector, one trader is finding opportunity in a beaten down name. We’ll tell you why.
Oct 01, 2021
The One Stock Bucking the Market’s Down Trend and Where One Crypto Expert Says Bitcoin is Heading Next
Markets ended Q3 on a down note, with the S&P dropping a percent and closing out its worst quarter since Q1 2020. But one big tech stock was able to manage sizable gains today. We dive into what’s helping Netflix break out to new highs. Plus one expert says bitcoin prices could more than double over the next three months. What she says is going to drive the crypto higher.
Sep 30, 2021
A Stark Warning on Inflation, Plus Have We Hit Peak Tech?
So much for Dollar Tree. The discount retailer saying it has to raise prices on its merchandise to $1.25 or $1.50 because supply chain concerns have driven up costs. So is this a sign that inflation may be more than transitory? And will the consumer ultimately pay the price. Plus the Nasdaq unable to hold onto gains, even as the Dow and S&P managed to rebound. We go Off the Charts to find out where tech is heading next.
Sep 29, 2021
Markets Sell Off: How to Trade the Big Tech Pullback
Markets seeing their worst day in months, with the Nasdaq dropping nearly three percent, its biggest decline since March. The traders discuss how they’re playing the pullback, and where they see markets going from here. Plus why one top investor says there may be more selling ahead -- what he’s doing with his money now.
Sep 28, 2021
Get Ready for a Rate Rally and What Facebook’s Instagram About-Face Means for Big Tech
Treasury yields are at three-month highs, and one top strategist says they’re going even higher from here. BTIG’s Julian Emanuel joins us with his forecast, and where he says you should be putting your money now. Plus, Facebook is putting a pause on its Instragram for kids product. What that means for the company and the state of social media.
Sep 27, 2021
Digging in on Nike’s Supply Chain Woes, and Why It May Be Time to Buy Treasuries
Nike suffered its worst day since June 2020 after cutting guidance for the year as supply chain woes weigh on results. How the traders are playing the name. Plus, the 10-year yield crossed a key level today, which is sending a big buy signal to the Chart Master. He tells us why.
Sep 24, 2021
Market’s Erase Week’s Losses and China’s Woes Loom Large
The S&P jumped over a percent on Thursday, and the Dow gained more than 500 points, with energy and financials leading the way. But can the market momentum last? And while all eyes are on the trouble with China’s Evergrande Group, one top strategist says the problem may be even bigger than that. J.P. Morgan’s Joyce Chang tells us what’s on her radar.
Sep 23, 2021
Ready, Set, Taper?
Fast Money traders break down the market reaction to the Fed. Plus, the big headline out of Washington that sent cannabis stocks blazing higher.
Sep 22, 2021
Breaking down FedEx Earnings
The Fast Money traders break down the after-hours action in shares of FedEx following earnings. Plus, how the traders are playing the big breakout in shares of Uber. And the big bet in the options market on on Freeport-McMoRan.
Sep 21, 2021
Fast Money - 09/20/21
Listen to our traders take you behind the to play the volatility...pops and drops and the movers you missed.
Sep 20, 2021
Something just happened in housing that hasn’t happened since 1982. The Fast Money traders break down what it is and how it could impact the hot housing trade.
Sep 17, 2021