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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.



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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.


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.


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?


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.


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?


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.


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.


: 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.


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?


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.


Speaker Pelosi in Taiwan, Starbucks’ shares on the move, PayPal & Sofi jump, Uber surges 8/2/22

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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.


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.


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.


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?


: 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.


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.


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.


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


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.