Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what this rally means and where stocks might go from here as we begin the final quarter of the year. Plus, oil and energy stocks surging on reports OPEC may slash production. How to play the sector from here. And later, we reveal some of Wall Street's top fourth quarter ideas.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate whether there's any relief in sight for stocks after another disappointing quarter closes today. Plus, Nike is on pace for its worst day in two years, Stephanie Link calls in to explain why she's holding the stock. And later, some big Calls of the Day on Disney and McDonald's, the Committee take their positions on these household names.
Stocks sinking after rallying yesterday. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the big drop in big tech stocks. Plus, the committee is making a lot of moves in this volatile market. We reveal and debate their latest buys and sells. And, why one of the oldest investing strategies in the book may be starting to look good again.
Stocks rally as the UK government intervenes. Scott Wapner and the investment committee live at Delivering Alpha to debate if stocks are anywhere close to bottoming. Plus, Apple sinking on reports it plans to drop production increases for its iPhone. What this could mean for the markets and tech. Plus, famed short-seller Jim Chanos joins us live to discuss his current position on the market and where he sees it going in the next few months.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if the Fed has gone too far, too fast and whether it will it cause stocks to crash and the economy to tank. Plus, Brian Belski of BMO Capital joins us to reiterate his belief that the S&P will end higher on the year. And later, the Committee is making some moves in the energy space, they reveal their trades.
The Dow falling below its June lows and the S&P falling below its June closing low. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the most crucial question for the market, how far will stocks fall from here? Wharton Professor Jeremy Siegel weighs in on everything from the Fed, inflation and the markets. Plus, tech getting wrecked and one committee members is making moves in the space.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the playbook for stocks on the back of the Fed's latest rate hike and forecasts. Plus, Josh Brown reveals his 3 new buys in this markets. Also, is it time to start buying the big banks? And later, the list of cheap stocks that are trading below their pre-covid levels and that Wall Street loves.
The Fed getting ready to raise rates again. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate how to position from here. Also, is tech the most at risk from a rate hike? Plus, the biggest street calls you need to know about today. And, big bank CEOs testify on capitol hill. The Committee debates what's next for the sector.
As bond yields continue to hit new highs as the Fed gets ready to raise rates tomorrow, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if stocks can keep going higher in the face of it all. Plus, NVIDIA rolling out new products, has the battered stock reset? And later, a Call of the Day on Diamondback Energy, the Committee take their positions in the energy sector.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate this critical week ahead with a Fed rate hike looming and stocks sitting at key levels. Plus, the Committee making some major moves in dividend stocks. They reveal their new buy and favorite picks. And later, a big bullish call on beaten down housing stocks. Is it time to buy these names to get ahead of the curve?
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss what FedEx's big warning is signaling about the economy and what it may mean for the Fed's rate hike plan. Plus, the committee is making a lot of moves in this market. They unveil their latest buys and sells. And later, a number of bullish calls on the beaten down cloud names. The desk debates if it's safe to buy them yet.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate whether a big market decline is coming. Altimeter Capital's Brad Gerstner joins us to weigh in on where the tech wreck goes from here and reveal his new buys. And later, the legendary Al Michaels joins us to talk about Amazon's new venture into Thursday Night Football.
It was a major sell-off day on Wall Street with the Dow falling early 4% and the Nasdaq plunging more than 5%. Virtus' Joe Terranova gives his reaction and trading advice. Plus, Scott Wapner caught up with Doubleline's Jeffrey Gundlach about his investment strategy. Plus, the one part of the market Gundlach sees as being a “gimmick.”
The latest key inflation read coming in hotter than expected. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what it means for the Fed's rate hike plan and your money. Plus, Wharton's Jeremy Siegel joins us to break down all the data and discuss if the Fed is going to make a big policy mistake. And, energy hanging in today's selloff. One stock in the group actually rallying today. It's a Josh Brown stock – he weighs in.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the big week ahead for stocks as tomorrow's critical inflation read on the CPI could threaten the current rally. Plus, Skybridge Capital's Anthony Scaramucci joins us to discuss whether the crypto winter is getting any closer to changing seasons. And later, Joe Terranova explains why he's buying Disney at the close.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss if the markets are now on the same page as the Fed and how investors position from here. Plus, Josh Brown has two new buys in the energy space. He's also adding to a name that's already in his portfolio.
The Nasdaq coming off its longest losing streak since November 2016. Scott Wapner and the Investment committee discuss how much pain is ahead. Plus, Apple kicks off its iPhone event. How the Committee is positioning into it. And, oil tanking 5% today. Veteran energy trader, Mark Fisher, makes a surprise call into the show to give us his take on the drop.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss where stocks go from here after 3 weeks of losses. Plus, Apple gets ready for its big iPhone event, can the tech behemoth save the tech sector? And later, some Calls of the Day on Fedex, with a price target cut, the Committee weigh in on the transports sector.
Not too hot, not too cold. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what the latest jobs report means for the Fed's next rate hike and for stocks. Plus, we're gearing up for Apple's big iPhone event next week, the Committee take their position on the stock. And later, we've got some Calls of the Day on the cybersecurity names, should you put money in the sector?
Stocks are sliding again today as September trading gets underway, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate whether this month will be treacherous for stocks and how you should trade it. Plus, Cathie Wood's Ark funds sees the biggest monthly outflow in nearly a year, the Committee weigh in on her picks. And later, NVIDIA shares are down 9% after the US announces new licensing rules against the company, what should you do with the stock from here, the Committee take their positions.
Stocks on pace to end the month with losses. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what September will hold for stocks following a choppy August. Plus, oil on track for its worst month of the year – what is it signaling for the red-hot energy sector? And later, a bullish call on PayPal. The committee take their positions on the fintech space.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate a critical level for stocks today, what should you do from here. Plus, Mohamed El-Erian was listening to the show and calls to discuss what the Fed will do next on inflations and rates. Also, the committee making major moves in this market. And later, CrowdStrike set to report earnings after the bell – Josh Brown tells you the one metric you should watch.
Jerome Powell's speech still reverberating through the market, sending stocks lower. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the fate of the market and what you should do from here. Plus, Tech stocks coming off their worst week since June, why one committee member is planning to buy more Apple.
Now that Powell has made his remarks, and stocks take a tumble, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate where stocks go from here once the dust settles. Plus, Tom Lee joins us to explain why he's even more confident in his greater than 4800 year-end target for the S&P. And later, a Call of the Day on NVIDIA as tech investor Paul Meeks says to forget about the stock, even on the dip. The Committee take their positions.
The Fed kicks off the big summit in Jackson Hole. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate 50 vs. 75 when it comes to the next rate hike and what's at stake for your portfolio. Plus, Salesforce dropping on the back of its earnings and outlook. One member of the committee is making a move on the stock – find out what they are doing. And later, Morgan Stanley unveils a list of stocks to own for the next 12 months, the Committee pick their favorites from the bunch.
Jackson Hole looming large and key tech earnings dropping soon. Mad Money's Jim Cramer joins Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee to debate how you should position yourself from here. Plus, JP Morgan Chief Global Market Strategist Marko Kolanovic explains why he is not on board with the bears. And later, Salesforce and Snowflake earnings after the bell, the Committee take their positions in the cloud names.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the uncertain road for the market and whether the summer sizzle for stocks is ending. Plus, legendary short seller Jim Chanos joins us to respond to Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong on retail fees and the fate of the company. And later, Palo Alto Networks surges on an earnings beat, the Committee take their positions on the name.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if the Summer's big bounce is over. Plus, NVIDIA reports earnings this Wednesday, the Committee weigh in on the name and the sector as the NASDAQ suffers heavy losses. And later, cloud earnings on deck, with Salesforce, Zoom, and Palo Alto all reporting, the Committee take their positions.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the red hot jobs report and what it means to the market and your money. Plus, Tom Lee of Fundstrat joins us to explain why he's confident in his S&P year-end target of 4800, with a chance at hitting 5100. And later, our Call of the Day on one big oil stock.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the huge comeback from Mega Cap stocks and whether it can keep going. Plus, BTIG's Jonathan Krinsky joins us to discuss Apple's relative strength vs the S&P. The Committee weigh in. And later, Paramount beats earnings, Jim Lebenthal is a believer in the stock, the Committee debate what to do from here.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what the Fed's decision on rates means for your money in the months ahead. Plus, Quadratic Capital's Nancy Davis joins us with her strategy for a rising rate environment. And later, a Call of the Day on Best Buy, the Committee take their positions on the name.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the biggest day of the week for your money with the Fed decision looming and Meta's mega earnings report dropping at market close. The Committee get you set for both market movers. Plus, Boeing Earnings also happening today, Phil Lebeau joins us to break it down. And later, Lululemon getting a big call at Jefferies, saying to sell shares now before it's too late, the Committee weigh in.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee countdown to big tech earnings today. Microsoft and Alphabet reporting and your money hangs in the balance. Plus, retail getting whacked as Walmart lowers profit outlook, the Committee take their positions. And later, Paramount gets a double downgrade, Jim Lebenthal owns the name, he explains why he's hanging on.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the most important week of the summer. From Mega Cap Tech Earnings to the Critical Fed Meeting, the market hangs in the balance over the next several days. Plus, the semi rally head fake, Barclays is bearish on the sector and says a correction is starting, the Committee weighs in. And later, the future of the energy trade. Joe Terranova is adding to his exposure with two new buys.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss their playbook ahead of the most critical week for stocks as mega cap earnings and another Fed meeting loom large. Plus, Courtney Garcia of Payne Capital explains why she thinks a .75% rate hike is in the cards. And later, a cut on Paramount and other media names, the Committee take their positions.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the surging NASDAQ and whether tech is a buy ahead of earnings. Plus, Morgan Stanley raises guidance on REITs, the Committee weigh in on the sector. And later, some Calls of the Day in the chip sector, what names are worth a look?
The major averages trading above a key technical level since April. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if new momentum is building for the bulls, or whether investors should sell into this recent rally. Plus, Tesla reporting after the bell, the Committee take their positions on the controversial name. And, dividend stocks have outperformed the broader market and a number of names reporting earnings – are they a buy at these levels?
Market bearishness reaching peak levels. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate whether the negative sentiment is actually a contrarian bullish sign for stocks. Plus, Josh Brown weighs in on Netflix ahead of earnings after the bell – find out what he's watching. And later, Industrials one of the best sectors today, the Committee take their positions.
Stocks rallying again. The S&P going a full month without making a fresh bear-market low. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if stocks have found traction and what's been priced into earnings and the Fed. Plus, more earnings from the big Banks. The Committee take their positions on the financials from here. Also, a bullish call on one airline stocks. And, the Committee reveal their latest market moves.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss today's bounce in stocks after retail sales beat expectations. Is this move sustainable? Plus, it looks like Healthcare is everyone's new favorite sector, the Committee weighs in. And later, Netflix gets a price cut ahead of earnings, it's our Call of the Day.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate the Bank of America Bombshell that sent stocks lower today. The bank's star strategist cut her target for stocks to the lowest level on the street, what does it mean for the market from here. Plus, bank earnings miss, the Committee take their position on financials. And later, the auto industry is cutting estimates on recession fears, how do you play the sector now.
Inflation surging higher again and surprising the markets. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss if this is the last hot report we'll see. Professor Jeremy Siegel of the Wharton School also weighs in on what the Fed should do next and what it would means for stocks. Plus, mixed 2nd quarter earnings for banks, the Committee take their positions on the sector. And, Stephanie Link calls in to reveal her new stock buy.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate whether the environment is improving or deteriorating for stocks. Mike Wilson of Morgan Stanley joins us to explain why the bears have some unfinished business with the market. Plus, Josh has been making some big moves, he takes you through them all. And later, Tech and Semis price targets getting cut, the Committee weigh in on the calls.
Big banks kick off earnings this week and key inflation data on deck. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what's at stake for the markets and how to position your portfolio ahead of it all. Plus, Brian Belski of BMO Capital joins us to explain why he is overweight financials. And later, a big downgrade to Lululemon, the Committee take their positions.
Stocks trying for a 4th straight day of gains for the first time since March. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if investors are coming around to the Fed and bigger rate hikes ahead. Plus, earnings season is around the corner. Are estimates still too high? Also, the big banks getting price cuts ahead of their earnings. And later, Jon Najarian reveals 3 trades showing unusual options activity.
Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate when the selling will stop as stocks are on pace for the 10th negative week in the last 11. Brian Belski joins us to explain why he is still bullish in this environment. And later, Pete Najarian shares some Unusual Activity he's seeing in three names.
Stock hit new lows with the Dow falling below 30,000 for the first time since late January 2021. Scott Wapner and Investment Committee debate how to protect your money from here and the best strategies to navigate the volatility. Plus, Josh Brown hitting the sell button on two stocks in his portfolio. And later, Jon Najarian reveals his latest trades in Unusual Activity.
The Fed set to announce the biggest rate hike in almost 30-years as stocks sit at their lowest levels of the year. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate how investors should be positioning ahead of this historic move. Also, the Committee making a lot of moves in this market. We debate their latest buys and sell. And later, Jon Najarian reveals his latest trades in Unusual Activity.
The Fed kicks off a two-day meeting on rates. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what a bigger rate hike would mean for stocks and how investors should position from here. Also, how to play the crash in cryptos. And, is one of the hottest trades of the year losing steam?