Rockwell Global Capital's Peter Cardillo does not think the GDP growth can be sustained in 2014.
Red Hat decided to kick off the holidays by giving its shareholders a little gift today. The company reported its earnings and the stock jumped 13% as a result. Red Hat delivered third quarter earnings of 42 cents versus an expected 35 cents. Revenue came in at $397 million , much higher than the anticipated $383 million. Subscription revenue rose 17%. The company also guided higher for the fourth quarter with a range of 36 to 38 cents and consensus is only at 36 cents.
Boston Therapeutics new PAZ320 tablet is designed to reduce a person's sugar intake before eating a meal.
SolarCity is jumping over 7% after announcing the opening of an operations center in New Jersey.
U.S. markets continue to shake off negative news and Greywolf's Mark Newton expects them to keep moving higher.
Facebook CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg is selling 41.4 million shares of Facebook stock that are worth about $2.3 billion to pay a tax bill.
Apple stock took another holiday hit after China Mobile did not deliver the gift of a deal.
Trading volume is light as investors are waiting to see if the Federal Reserve will announce a pullback from quantitative easing today.
AMC Entertainment Holdings shares are trading higher after pricing its IPO at $18 at the New York Stock Exchange.
Homebuilder Lennar beat its earnings estimates, but price increases hurt new sales. Belpointe Strategist David Nelson gives his outlook.