Markets were able to close the day at record highs Tuesday as the stock market continues its record run into 2018. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which was the lone average to falter in trading Monday, rose 0.41%, or 103 points, to 25,385. The Nasdaq rose 0.09%, or 6 points, to 7,163.58 and the S7P 500 rose 0.13%, or 3.6%, to 2,751.29. 

Here are three stories that shed some light on what was moving markets today. 

Turns Out AMD Was At Risk

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) - Get Report fell nearly 4% after Microsoft Corp. (MSFT) - Get Report announced that it was suspending an update patch for devices running on AMD's chips. Just last week the company said that there was "zero risk" that it could be affected by a recently discovered vulnerability in its rivals' processors. 

Here is Jonas Elmerraji's take on AMD.

Apache Drops on Updated Production Outlook

Apache Corp. (APA) - Get Report shares dropped after the company announced that its production outlook would be on the lower-end of its previous guidance. 

Jim Cramer and the Action Alerts Plus team has the info investors need to know about the refiner. 

Cramer Says Carnival Is a Screaming Buy

TheStreet's Jim Cramer is extremely bullish on Carnival Corp. (CCL) - Get Report . Here's why

Action Alerts PLUS, which Cramer co-manages as a charitable trust, is long APA