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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.

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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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.




Amazon’s no good, very bad day

Shares of Amazon notching their worst day since May 2020 and taking the rest of the e-commerce complex down with it. What the action says about the state of the consumer, the reopening trade, and the markets. Plus another big week of earnings is on deck -- we bring you the names each trader is watching.


The Call to Sell Stocks

On the last trading day of the month, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee are joined by Scott Minerd, Guggenheim’s Chief Investment Officer, who says it may be time to sell stocks. The Committee will debate whether we’re at the peak of the market, as Minerd suggests. And later, we cover a big earnings week next week, what names should you watch out for?


Amazon sinks after revenue miss and Robinhood’s disappointing debut

Amazon on the move after its first earnings report without Jeff Bezos at the helm. We break down the numbers and bring you the trade. Plus one of the most-watched IPOs of the year -- Robinhood makes a less-than-stellar market debut. What it means for the IPO market and the retail trading boom.


Facebook shares plunge, plus a big bounceback in China

Shares of Facebook dropped after its latest earnings report after the company issued disappointing revenue guidance and posted user growth was flat in its latest quarter. Plus the Chinese Internet ETF posted its best day ever after 4 days of losses. So is it time to buy into these names?


It’s Earnings-Palooza with $6.5T in Big Tech Reporting

$6.5 trillion worth of big tech stocks reported after the bell on Tuesday, and the desk is here to break down all the numbers from Apple, Alphabet and Microsoft. Plus reports from Visa, Starbucks and AMD.


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.


Markets Snap Three-Week Win Streak, and a Big Bullish Call on Live Concerts

Major indexes closed near their lows of the day Friday, with the S&P, Dow and Nasdaq all closing near session lows. So how are the traders setting up after Friday’s sell-off? Plus Goldman Sachs putting out a big bullish call on Live Nation. Why one of the traders says the world’s biggest concert promoter is in for a very big year.


From Worst to Worst. Trading the Pullback in the Energy Sector

After a decade of underperformance, oil and energy stocks kicked off 2021 with a bang, rising more than 30% to start the year. But it’s seen a sharp pullback in Q3 and is so far the worst sector in the S&P. Veteran oil expert Paul Sankey joins us with his take. Plus chip stocks seeing their worst day in two months after Taiwan Semi reported results. We’ll dive in to what’s next for the space.


Beware the Powell Pop?

Markets eked out gains Wednesday, erasing earlier losses after Fed chair Jerome Powell said the central bank would keep its easy monetary policies going. Former PIMCO chief economist Paul McCulley joins with his thoughts. Plus, why the sell-off in high-multiple tech stocks has some of our traders worried.


New Highs for Big Tech and Grayscale Takes a Big Step Towards a Bitcoin ETF

Markets may be pulling back from records on Tuesday, but big tech stocks like Apple, Microsoft and Google are all at all-time highs. What are you doing with those trades? Plus Grayscale announcing a partnership with BNY Mellon, its latest step in converting to a bitcoin ETF. CEO Michael Sonnenshein joins us with what’s next.


Countdown to Big Bank Earnings, and Disney’s Magical Moment

Shares of big banks have been rallying strong in the days leading up to their Q2 earnings reports. And that rally has one of our traders pressing the pause button. We’ll find out why. Plus, Disney seeing it’s best day since March after a successful weekend box office. So what did Black Widow’s debut tell us about the future of the movie business?


Markets Rally to Records to Close the Week and Why Apple Might Have More Upside

Major indexes jumped on Friday with the S&P rising more than a percent and the Dow adding nearly 450 points. Apple also set an all-time high for the first time since January, and the Chart Master says prices can go even higher from here. Plus the one chart that might be keeping one of our traders up at night.


The Three Most Important Charts in the Market, Plus Twitter CFO Ned Segal

Investors may have their eyes on the falling 10-year treasury yield, but our traders are watching three other indicators that might give a real read on where markets are heading. Plus Morgan Stanley’s Chief U.S. Equity Strategist Mike Wilson weighs in on Thursday’s market drop. And we head to Sun Valley with Twitter CFO Ned Segal to get his take on the latest deals in the media space.


The Great Rate Breakdown, and a Stark Warning on Robinhood

With the yield on 10-year treasuries dropping again on Wednesday, we dive into the charts to see where rates are heading next and what it means for financials, tech, and the broader market. And with the SEC cracking down on Robinhood ahead of its expected IPO, one market insider warns the online brokerage may be “seducing” retail traders.


Amazon sets new record and what falling yields mean for the market

Amazon surging to a new all-time high on the first trading day under new CEO Andrew Jassy. What’s next for the stock from here? Plus, with the S&P and Dow pulling back from record highs as yields fall to the lowest level since February, what are rates telling us about the market?