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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.





Stocks end a rough week on Wall Street. What are the Fast Money traders watching for future market direction?


The day after the Fed hike 9/22/22

Another day of selling on Wall Street. One of our traders believes today’s decline didn’t start on Wall Street or Washington, but rather half a world away!


The Fed aftermath: Rate road ahead 9/21/22

The Fed hits the markets with a 75-basis point rate hike and tells investors to prepare for more! Fast Money Traders’ break down what this means for your money and where you should be investing ahead.


Jitters ahead of fed decision 9/20/22

Countdown to tomorrow’s important decision on interest rates. Traders’ expecting Chair Powell to hike rates 75 bps and signal they’re not done yet. Where are rates going next?


All ok to Raise Rates? Investors Awaiting Fed’s Next Move 9/19/22

Stocks stage a late-day comeback as investors await the Fed’s next move. Is this the okay signal for the Fed to raise rates? Fast Money traders debate what is weighing on sentiment the most.


Markets Fed Up?! 9/16/22

Investors digest Fedex’s wall street warning and await Powell’s next move. What will the Fed do next week? Should you expect a pivot or more pain ahead?


Adobe drops & software suffers: buyer’s or seller’s market? 9/15/22

Adobe scooping up private software firm, Figma and investors giving the deal a major thumbs down. So is this a buyer or seller’s market in this beaten down part of tech?


Countdown to the Rail Strike that Could Crush Consumers, and the Great Disparity in Fed Projections 9/14/22

We’re just over a day away from the deadline for rail carriers and unions to come to an agreement on major contract issues. But with a potential strike threatening to cut $2b a day from the U.S. economy, what kind of impact will we see on retail, autos and other industries. Plus the smart money says the Fed should do anything from hike by 100bp to cut by 25bp! So what should we actually expect from the meeting next week.


What’s Next for Markets Now That a Fed Pivot Seems Off the Table 9/13/22

The Nasdaq dropped over 5% and the Dow posted its worst day in over two years after a hotter-than-expected read on inflation seemed to raise expectations the Fed would continue with its aggressive rate hikes. So what’s next for the markets? And how can you protect yourself


Does Apple’s Move Give the True Tell for the Market? Plus What the Debt Market Says About Carvana 9/12/22

All eyes are on tomorrow’s CPI report but Apple shares are up nearly 4% today. So does the company, with big ties to supply chain, enterprise spending and the consumer, give us a real read on where the Fed is going? Plus shares of Carvana jumping more than 15% after analysts at Piper Sandler upgraded the stock. But the debt markets may be telling a much different story about its outlook.


Banks Rebound, But Do You Believe the Bounce? Plus, the Most Surprising Thing in the Market 9/9/22

Stocks snapped a three-week losing streak, but bank have fared even better since last Friday. But will the rally only be short-lived, or is there real strength behind it. Plus, yesterday we learned that the total return on the S&P over the last 25 years is exactly the same as that on Utilities. And that’s not the only surprising thing happening in the market. We lay out what the traders are watching.


Stocks Shrug Off Powell Comments & a Junk Bond Danger Zone? 9/8/22

U.S. indexes closed higher for a second straight day even as Fed chair Jerome Powell doubled down on his hawkish stance. But could next week’s CPI report signal more aggressive rate hikes are still to come? Plus junk bond defaults are on the rise. What kind of signal is this sending for where the economy is going next?


Dollar Soars to Multi-Decade Highs and Stocks Break Losing Streak 9/7/22

The greenback is at its highest level since 2002, and at even bigger benchmarks against the pound and yen. But what could the strength mean for the broader markets? Plus the Nasdaq breaking a 7-day losing streak in a big way, but where’s it go from here?


Nasdaq’s 7-day Losing Streak and the Impact of Europe’s Energy Crisis 9/6/22

Stocks started the week with another set of losses with the Nasdaq closing out its longest losing streak since 2016. So have we officially put the late-summer rally to bed? Plus the energy crisis in Europe is getting more dire. We dig into the ripple effects across the globe.


Dow’s 700-Point Swing and the Biggest Winner of the Summer 9/2/22

The markets staged a major reversal after the Nordstream pipeline shut down again, with the Dow going from a 370 point rise to a 330 point drop and the Nasdaq falling 1.3%. So how should you position yourself for the other side of the holiday weekend? Plus one stock managed to pull off a nearly 50% gain over the summer. We’ll tell you what it is, and how to trade it.


Stocks Stage Turnaround & Starbucks Names a New CEO 9/1/22

The S&P and Dow erased major losses to end the day in the green, despite some big underperformance from the chips. What’s behind the rebound, and can it last. Plus, Starbucks names a new CEO. What he needs to do to get shares percolating again.


Stocks Close Out August With a 4-Day Losing Streak, and a Victory Lap on an Apple Call 8/31/22

The major averages dropped again on Wednesday, bringing losses for August to more than 4% on the S&P. But the real move to be watching may be what’s going on in rates, where the 2-year yield is touching its highest level in nearly 15 years. Plus, just two weeks ago the Chart Master was telling us to sell all of Apple. That call’s worked out pretty well so far, and he’s here to give us his next big tech pick.


Three Big Clouds Hanging Over the Market, and Much-Needed Relief at the Pump 8/30/22

From escalating tensions between China and Taiwan to a looming energy crisis in Europe, there are a lot of headwinds for the market as we head towards the worst month of the year for stocks. Should you expect more pain ahead, or are we due for a bounce? Plus gasoline closing at its lowest level since before the Ukraine invasion. We did in on what’s next for prices.


Stocks Drop for Second Day, and What It Would Take to Avoid Recession 8/29/22

The S&P tried but failed to stage a rebound midday, falling back into the red after a few moments in positive territory. But where are markets going from here? We dive into the charts for some answers. Plus Stephen Roach says it would take a “miracle” for the U.S. to avoid a recession. What he thinks is next for the market and the economy.


Powell Sparks Market Sell Off, as Stocks Go Red For August Description 8/26/22

Major indexes posting their biggest losses in over two months after Fed chair Jerome Powell laid the groundwork for more rate hikes to come. So is this just the start of an even bigger sell off, and potentially a break to lower lows? The traders lay out the case and try to find opportunities in the market.