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 http://fastmoney.cnbc.com for additional information.
Tesla shares surge after earnings beat, and China crackdown intensifies
Shares of the EV maker were higher after the company delivered better than expected earnings and revenue for the latest quarter. Loup Ventures’ Gene Munster breaks down the results. Plus Beijing’s crackdown on big tech expanding on Monday, sending shares of Chinese internet players sinking again. Should you hang onto these names or is it time to cut and run?
Market’s Wild Week Ends in New Records
Remember Monday? When the Dow dropped as much as 900 points and the S&P shed 1.6%? Well the markets don’t seem to – the S&P finished the week at new records, up 4.2% from its Monday lows as we get ready for a big week of tech earnings. The traders lay out their playbooks for the week ahead. Plus Starbucks hitting new highs today, but could a surge in coffee prices create headwinds for the coffee stock?
Intel, Twitter earnings front and center, and why now might be the right time to buy into energy stocks
Intel and Twitter lead the earnings docket on Thursday. We break down the results and get you the trades. Plus the OIH may be down more than 20% from its recent highs, but one technician is finding a few opportunities in the energy space that could be big buys now.
The three most “ridiculous” charts in the market, plus all the headlines from the B Word conference
U.S. stock indexes continued their momentum after yesterday’s big gains, but the traders have their eyes on a couple of charts they think could tell the real tale of what’s going on in the markets. Plus, Elon Musk, Cathie Wood, and Jack Dorsey making some crypto-moving headlines at the B Word Conference. We wrap up their comments and bring you the trades.
Panic Amid the Rebound? And Earnings from Netflix, Chipotle and United
Stocks staged a massive bounceback on Tuesday, with the S&P nearly erasing all of Monday’s losses. But one trader says the market actually seems more panicky today than it did yesterday. We dive into why. Plus earnings season in full force today with reports from Netflix, Chipotle and United Airlines. We break down the numbers and bring you the trade.
How to trade Dow’s worst day of the year
Stocks sold off to start the week with every S&P sector in the red and investors’ search for safety sending 10-year yields to the lowest level since February. Is this an opportunity to buy in or should there be caution ahead. Plus the one area in the market that could hold the greatest potential.
They know their stocks and know good music. Keep the Grateful Dead quotes coming
Why isn’t June 4th podcast uploaded ?!
Loud people talking over each other
This podcast (as well as all of CNBC’s podcasts) are just a panel of people yelling over each other and interrupting to a point where thoughts don’t get finished; leaving the little info gain to be useless without the rest of the context. A true disservice.