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Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff Says Housing is Localized, Complicated

Zillow chief executive officer Spencer Rascoff weighs in on the choppy picture of the housing market right now.

How to Make Your Own 'Millionaire Master Plan'

There is no one-size-fits-all formula to creating wealth, but the first step in all cases is to understand your natural strengths.

Herbalife Takes Heavy hit After Reporting Q2 Results

Shares of Herbalife took a hit after the company reported its second quarter results, which missed expectations on both the top and bottom line.

Why Obama and Congress Won't Lift Oil Export Ban

The Commerce Department in late June approved Pioneer Natural Resources and Enterprise Products Partners to export condensates abroad, giving advocates hope that Congress will lift its 40-year oil export ban.

Dow, S&P Rebound To Post Small Gains, Nasdaq Ends in the Red

Major U.S. markets ended Monday's trading session mostly flat but the Nasdaq was slightly lower.

Real Money Previews

Williams: No Gas for EU!

U.S. liquefied natural gas is not an option for Europe.

Cramer: Navigating the Twitter Minefield

If you insist on playing it, recognize the 50/50 nature of the scenario.

Rag Doll; Taking Another Crack at Citi: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass examines how the market has begun to look ragged, and discusses why his view of Citigroup has changed.

Mad Money Recap

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Monday Merger Mania

Cramer looks at Dollar Tree buying Family Dollar and Zillow buying Trulia and wonders who's next.

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Stock Ideas

5 Rocket Stocks to Buy for August Gains

These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth prospects.

3 Huge Stocks on Traders' Radars

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

5 Stocks Ready for Breakouts

These stocks look poised to break out and trade higher from current levels.

5 Hated Earnings Stocks You Should Love

These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.

3 Stocks Spiking on Big Volume

Unusual volume can be a major signal that hedge funds and momentum traders are piling into a stock ahead of a catalyst.


Young Americans Prefer Bank Investments, Not Stock Market

That's a problem, because younger Americans aren't going to meet their giant retirement savings burden with low-yielding cash investments.

5 Land Mines to Avoid in Funding Your 401(k)

Way too many investors make mistakes over and over again that could easily reduce the value of their 401(k) plans.

5 Ways to Hike Your IRA Contributions

IRAs are a good way to save for retirement, but they're not going to help all that much if you're not putting money into them regularly.

5 Biggest Beer Drinking States in the U.S.

Beer sales have seen better days, but the nation's thirst for it hasn't dried up. Laborers, visitors and modest taxes help these states keep the taps open.

How to Give Away Your Kids

If something happens to you, will your children be taken care of financially? Here's what you need to know about your child and will.


Galectin Pays Stock Promoters to Entice Retail Investors

Like Galena BioPharma and The DreamTeam Group, Galectin is also paying for a promotional campaign designed to entice retail investors into buying its stock.

Access to Horizon Pharma Drugs Cut By Two Leading PBMs

Express Scripts and CVS Caremark are the largest and second-largest pharmacy benefits managers in the U.S. Both have been aggressive with efforts to rein in ever-escalating drug prices.

FDA Rejects AcelRx Painkiller Dispensing Device (Update)

AcelRx believes it can gather all the requested information and re-submit Zalviso to the FDA before the end of the year.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff on the Benefits of $3.5B Trulia Buyout

Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff tells TheStreet's Brittany Umar how the $3.5 billion acquisition of Trulia will enhance the company's business.

21st Century Fox Sweetens Time Warner Deal With Board Seats

In its latest move to tempt Time Warner to reconsider its buyout offer, 21st Century Fox will reportedly allow Time Warner shareholders a spot on the board.

Icahn Sees New Buyers for Family Dollar After $8.5 Billion Dollar Tree Bid

Dollar General remains a better buyer of Family Dollar, even after the latter said on Monday it would merge with Dollar Tree in a $8.5 billion cash and stock deal.

Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Cramer: Navigating the Twitter Minefield

If you insist on playing it, recognize the 50/50 nature of the scenario.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: Ackman and Herbalife -- The Day After

Bill Ackman's presentation failed to impress investors, but it probably should have, as Ackman raised several important points.

Stephanie Link

Link: Waddell & Reed Offers Growth at a Nice Price

This asset manager's stock pullback looks like an opportunity.

Chris Ciaccia

Is Amazon Trying To Do Too Much?

The giant online retailer sells hardware, software - nearly everything you can think of and more. But, has Amazon lost its focus?

Adam Feuerstein

Galectin Pays Stock Promoters to Entice Retail Investors

Like Galena BioPharma and The DreamTeam Group, Galectin is also paying for a promotional campaign designed to entice retail investors into buying its stock.

Laurie Kulikowski

El Pollo Loco Stock Surges 60% on IPO, But Is It a Buy?

El Pollo Loco surged 60% on its first day of trading. The fast-casual chicken chain raised $107 million from pricing 7.14 million shares at $15 a share.

Dan Freed

$25 Billion Deal and JPMorgan Stumble to Aid of Bronx Homeowner

The mortgage settlement with JPMorgan and four other banks included very little cash and led one Bronx woman down a circuitous, two-year path before her loan could be modified.

Rocco Pendola

Pandora Needs to Fire Its CEO or Hire Someone to Help Him

A static, modest growth business model will do Pandora little good on Wall Street and, eventually, with listeners. It needs to innovate in more ways than one.

Ted Reed

Auto Sales Stay Frothy in July -- but S&P Spots a Debt Problem

With auto sales apparently headed for the best July and possibly the best year since 2006, S&P is concerned that recovery ratings for some suppliers lag the corporate average.

Leon Lazaroff

Comcast Is Now the Center Which the World Revolves Around

Comcast adds more broadband subscribers than forecast in its second quarter, possibly weakening its argument that it needs to acquire Time Warner Cable to defend its business.

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