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What to Watch on Wall Street for Tuesday, September 16th 2014

In today's "What to Watch on Wall Street" segment for Tuesday, Sept. 16th 2014, we tell you about the two-day Federal Open Market Committee meeting.

RadioShack CFO Resigns Amid Murky Outlook and Bankruptcy Worry

RadioShack shares moved higher on Monday after CFO John Feray announced he was leaving the company after just seven months on the job.

Sony Pictures' Low Budget 'No Good Deed' Tops Box Office

The low-budget 'No Good Deed' nearly doubled it's budgeted worth in its opening weekend, making $24.5 million in ticket sales.

U.S. Stocks Close Mixed with Nasdaq Slammed by Sell-off

U.S. stocks closed mixed Monday. The Dow Jones Industrial managed to eek out a small gain while the S&P 500 was little changed in the red.

Real Money Previews

Jim Cramer on Grocery Stocks: Whole Foods Is Easy to Swallow

Those shelving the stock should consider putting it in their basket.

Risks for an Early Fall; 10-Year Yield Watch: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass writes about the risk accumulation for the fall and about expectations for 10-year U.S. notes.

Investing's Dirty Word; Do Your Homework: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about getting through the next week and the vital nature of research.

Mad Money Recap

Jim Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap: Time to Make Room for Alibaba

The market is getting weird and the fast-growing, high-multiple stocks are getting clobbered, Cramer says.

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Stock Ideas

5 Rocket Stocks Worth Buying in September

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

5 Stocks Ready for Breakouts

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

3 Big Stocks Everyone Is Talking About

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

4 Big Stocks on Traders' Radars

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

4 Stocks Breaking Out on Unusual Volume

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


Who Will Be Voting on Cannabis Reform This November? Pot Elections Arrive

With the November midterm elections now less than two months away, the tally of states that will be deciding on some kind of voter-driven state marijuana reform is now set.

How to Loan, Borrow and Repay Money From Family Without Awkwardness

Money dealings with friends and family are inherently awkward. Here's how to do it right.

Warren Student Loan Refinance Bill on Tap Before Mid-Term Election

A Senate bill that will allow the re-financing of older, higher interest student loans is set to be reintroduced by Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Jack Reed (D-R.I.).

Gen Y Rejects the School-Work-Family-Retirement Cookie-Cutter Mold?

There is a generational shift underway in the financial services industry.

How Wealthy Couples Make Retirement Decisions to Find Happiness

It’s the most important piece of advice married couples would give to newlyweds.


Avanir's Over-Priced Cough Syrup Touted for Role in Alzheimer's Agitation

Avanir Pharmaceuticals are surging Monday after demonstrating once again that cough syrup produces a nice, mellow high

NPS Pharma Hormone Drug Wins Shaky Endorsement From FDA Panel

NPS Pharmaceuticals shares are weak Monday following a rough outing for its hormone replacement therapy Natpara at an FDA advisory panel on Friday.

Third Time Was No Charm, FDA Denies Amarin Vascepa SPA Appeal

Amarin evaluating next steps following FDA's decision to denial reinstatement of Vascepa SPA for 'Anchor" indication.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Molson Coors Benefits From Beer Industry Acquisition Brouhaha

Shares of Molson Coors spiked on Monday making it TheStreet's Move of the Day.

Heineken's Rebuff of SABMiller Won't Stop Beer Industry Consolidation

The Heineken family doesn't want to sell its multinational brewing operations, but a recent spate of beer acquisitions suggests more buyouts ahead.

Silicon Valley Banking on Plenty of Second Half Activity

Silicon Valley has played host to some of the biggest plot lines that Wall St. has focused on and next there could be a tech deal boom on the way.

Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer Says the Fed Should Do Nothing When it Meets This Week

Jim Cramer says the Fed should do nothing because rates are already creeping up and they will go higher by themselves as a matter of course.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: RadioShack's Pathetic Spin Attempt in the Fine Print

The company has buried its liquidation talk.

Stephanie Link

Dicker/Link: The Very Bad Energy Sector – Is There Anything Worth Buying Yet?

Dan Dicker, Energy contributor at talks with Stephanie Link, co-portfolio director of Action Alerts Plus about the relative weakness of the energy complex and the rel...

Chris Ciaccia

Cognizant Is Buying TriZetto for $2.7 Billion Because Delivery Models Are Changing

Cognizant's $2.7 billion acquisition of TriZetto makes the combined company a leader in the healthcare space, as delivery models change and the healthcare sector rapidly changes ov...

Adam Feuerstein

Avanir's Over-Priced Cough Syrup Touted for Role in Alzheimer's Agitation

Avanir Pharmaceuticals are surging Monday after demonstrating once again that cough syrup produces a nice, mellow high

Dan Freed

The Threat From Europe for Visa, MasterCard and the Banks

A decision by Europe's highest court could have big implications for the U.S. business of banks and credit card companies.

Ted Reed

Note to Malaysia Airlines: Call In an Expert to Fix This Mess

Since March, everything has gone wrong for Malaysia Airlines, which lost 510 passengers, 27 crew members and two airplanes in two oddball fatal crashes.

Leon Lazaroff

Labor Day Blues Show Jobs Don't Pay Like They Once Did

Regardless of income, employee salaries for the first half of 2014 declined for most U.S. workers, according to a study by the Washington-based Economic Policy Institute.

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