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President Obama to Speak on Jobs and Economy at Northwestern University

President Obama is set to deliver an economic address Thursday afternoon at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.

Natural Gas is Strong Because of the Weather Trade – Buy at your Own Risk

Dan Dicker, senior energy contributor at thestreet.com talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager for Action Alerts Plus, about the strange relative strength of natural gas.

Hong Kong Protests Escalate, More Residents Join on National Holiday

Shops in Hong Kong have closed, but protesters continue to believe their agitation for greater democracy will pay off.

Draghi's Wait-and-See Regard to Quantitative Easing Is Reasonable

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi unveiled more details of the ECB's asset-purchase plan on Thursday but disappointed markets with no hints about broad-based quantitative easing.

JetBlue Shares Get a Lift With an Upgrade, Twitter & BofA Also Revised Higher

Upgrades for JetBlue, Twitter and Bank of America in Thurday's Analylsts' Action.

Real Money Previews

Real Money Pro's Doug Kass: Prying Into the Lagging Russell

What does small-cap weakness mean for the rest of the market?

Cramer on the Stock Market and Trading: How to Cut Your Losses

When a stock disappoints, you're better out of it.

Death Cross? Don't Abandon the Russell 2000 Index Just Yet

The small-cap stock index has fallen to 'death cross' territory but that might be changing soon.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: I'm Taking a Pass on New York Community Bancorp

Cramer likes Salix Pharmaceuticals but would like Lazard better at a 3% yield.

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Stock Ideas

Must-See Charts: How to Trade 5 Big Stocks for Big Gains

Here's a look how five of the biggest stocks on Wall Street are trading technically right now.

How to Trade the Market's Most-Active Stocks: RFMD, AKS, TKMR, ANGI

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

3 Big Stocks on Traders' Radars: JCP, DAL, GSAT

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

5 Big-Volume Stocks to Trade for Big Breakouts

These stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering breakout trades.

5 Stocks Spiking on Unusual Volume

Keep these stocks trading on unusual volume on your radar.

MainStreet

4 Ways to Keep Store Credit Cards From Giving You Buyer's Regret

The cost of using a retail outlet credit card has gone up. Those climbing interest rates can turn shopping trips into a march to debtor's prison.

Sin City Grants Plenty of Grow Licenses: Las Vegas Gambles on Weed

With more than 25 million tourists a year, Las Vegas is poised to be a top marijuana tourism destination once medicinal and recreational use is legalized.

Ebola Vaccine: A Multi-Million Dollar Solution Delivered Too Little and Too Late

The number of Ebola infections is doubling every three weeks while mass availability of a vaccine could be months away.

Variation in Hospitalization from ER Visits Costs Us Billions

To admit or not to admit patients for overnight stays can be a costly decision, especially with variation in pricing.

It's Time to Set Aside a 4-Year Cash Cushion: Here's Why

Sometimes it’s not what you make but what you keep.

Biotech

Why You Should Stay Away From the Ebola Frenzy in Biotech Stocks

Ebola lands in Texas, so expect some crazy volatility Wednesday in biotech and drug stocks.

Shkreli's Inability to Focus, Immaturity Cost Him Retrophin CEO Job

Martin is super smart and will be a great asset somewhere, but he is not a CEO. I wish him the best.

Why J&J Expands Antiviral Franchise but Doesn't Buy Achillion, Novavax

What are the motivations behind significant takeovers, like J&J's takeover of Alios Biopharma? And why have companies like Achillion and Novavax been passed over?

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Warren Buffett: Burger King's Relocation to Canada Isn't to Avoid Taxes

Here's why Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway is financing part of Burger King's $11 billion acquisition of Tim Hortons, said the burger chain is moving its headquarters up north.

Sears to Sell Stake in Canadian Business, Raise $380 Million

Struggling retailer would have added $1.5 billion in liquidity this year following offering of up to 40 million shares.

Albemarle Stock Price Slide Creates Doubt for Rockwood Deal

Shares of the buyer have dropped about 20% since the deal was announced.

TheStreetTV
Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Cramer on the Stock Market and Trading: How to Cut Your Losses

When a stock disappoints, you're better out of it.

Herb Greenberg

Herb Greenberg: Too Soon to Question GoPro's Earnings Quality?

Keep these points from its most recent quarter in mind.

Stephanie Link

Natural Gas is Strong Because of the Weather Trade – Buy at your Own Risk

Dan Dicker, senior energy contributor at thestreet.com talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager for Action Alerts Plus, about the strange relative strength of natural gas.

Chris Ciaccia

'Unveil the D'? What Tesla's Elon Musk Is Up to With Mysterious Tweet

Tesla CEO Elon Musk continues to set the world ablaze, as the enigmatic leader unveiled that Tesla has more to show off than is currently known.

Adam Feuerstein

Why You Should Stay Away From the Ebola Frenzy in Biotech Stocks

Ebola lands in Texas, so expect some crazy volatility Wednesday in biotech and drug stocks.

Dan Freed

Why Fears of Auto-Loan Bubble May Be Overblown: Bank Analyst Bove

Fears of big banks such as Ally Financial, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo facing big fines or credit losses over auto loans are unwarranted, according to a prominent bank analyst.

Ted Reed

Delta Analyst Says Selloff Overdone as Airline Shares Correct

Delta, American, Southwest and Spirit shares all gave up more than 3% on Wednesday and kept falling Thursday, as Delta reported in-line September unit revenue.

Leon Lazaroff

TV Ratings Off to Bad Start Amid Surge in Digital Video

Television executives have downplayed the summer ratings slip, but the fall viewing season only reinforces the view that broadcast and pay-TV viewing is declining.

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