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Energy stocks could double even in a flat market next year, according to Fundstrat’s Tom Lee

According to Fundstrat's Tom Lee, oil was one of the biggest market pulls earlier this year, but even though it has turned into a tailwind, it offers an important lesson for investors. "For many years, our customers thought energy was a group they...

Bill Nygren of Oakmark Funds sees these value stock picks as cheap

According to Bill Nygren, a portfolio manager at Oakmark Funds, there are opportunities to pick up a value stock in today's market, though it isn't cheap overall. Still, the spread of price-to-earnings multiples is about 40% wider than it is today, he said....

Chart Technicians Say Weakness in Apple’s Stock Could Be a Warning for the Broader Market

Apple stock was a safe haven for most of the year in a sea of ​​broken tech names, but its chart is now showing signs of weakness that could have implications for the broader market. The company's China exposure has turned out to...

These defensive stocks look more attractive in this volatile market

The past few days have been volatile for markets: protests and lockdown headlines from China are changing by the hour, while Russia's war with Ukraine continues and the economic picture at home changes with every new data. We are living through one of...

These companies are flush with cash when a recession hits. Consider Buying These 10 Killa Stocks

Talk of a recession seems to dominate the market debate, with investors having contrasting views on when one will hit, how long it will last, and what lingering aftershocks will bring. This can make it difficult for investors to prepare their portfolios for...

Apple’s weakness may stem from safety-seeking investors now fleeing

This is the daily notebook from CNBC Senior Markets Commentator Mike Santoli, featuring thoughts on trends, stocks and market data. It's been a flat day of waiting for the week's known catalysts (Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's speech, personal consumption spending and jobs...