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Each week, CNBC Fast Money contributors Dan Nathan and Guy Adami, along with former hedge fund manager Danny Moses (as featured in The Big Short), break down market-moving headlines, provide their insights into the financial markets and discuss under-the-radar investment themes. You’ll leave each week with a better perspective on financial and business news from three experienced, nonconsensus voices whose goal is to provide listeners with the intellectual framework to think critically and m ...
 
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Facebook shares just clocked in their fifth straight week of losses, down 14% since that damning WSJ article on Instagram. So have we finally seen the straw that broke the company’s back? Plus, bitcoin rising above $60K for the first time since April. The Chart Master lays out where the crypto is going from here.…
 
Guy, Dan, and Danny discuss stock market volatility (2:22), supply chain concerns (11:14), the bitcoin flight to safety (18:30), and Danny’s NFL picks of the week. The co-hosts interview Terry Duffy, CEO of CME Group and talk about his decades-long career (26:37), rates and energy volatility (40:40), the potential for a Bitcoin ETF (46:55), and the…
 
The S&P posted its best day since March and the Dow ended a 4-day losing streak. But the big winners today -- high growth like semis, biotech and the Ark Innovation fund. What’s behind the gains and how should you trade the names? Plus Sheila Bair was front and center for the last financial crisis and she’s seeing signs that another one could be on…
 
Rising fuel costs, labor shortages, supply chain issues -- there are plenty of reasons companies are cutting guidance for the fourth quarter. But with markets near all-time highs, are investors sufficiently pricing in the risks? Plus reports Apple is cutting iPhone production sending its chip suppliers lower today. But it wasn’t all bad news in the…
 
Apple shares dropping after hours after reports the company is getting ready to slash iPhone production due to the chip shortage. What it means for the iPhone maker and the chip stocks. Plus JPMorgan set to kick off Q3 earnings season tomorrow morning. How you should trade the big banks around these reports.…
 
The XLE Energy ETF hit its highest level in nearly seven years early in the session, but ended up closing the day down. So is this a sign that the oil trade has run out of steam? Plus JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon calling bitcoin “worthless,” but that’s not enough to keep him from offering it to clients. What it means for the crypto boom.…
 
Oil prices crossing the $80 mark for the first time since 2014 and energy stocks rallied on the heels of the move. But should you be buying in on the rally, or is the trade running out of steam? Plus Q3 earnings season kicks off next week with big banks and airlines. How you should be trading the names on those reports.…
 
Guy, Dan and Danny discuss the whipsaw price action in the stock market (2:32), the Facebook saga (7:28), and Danny “Rips off the Tape” on geopolitical risks (18:35). Dan sits down with Katie Stanton of Moxxie Ventures and talks about the state of VC (24:21). Later, Dan and Guy are joined by CNBC Fast Money host Melissa Lee to talk about her new do…
 
The S&P posted its third straight day of gains and closed at its highest level of the month after Congress reached a deal on the debt ceiling. But with rates rising as well, where are markets going from here? Meanwhile, Alibaba jumped more than 8% for its best day since April and its fifth best day on record. We break down the big bet that drove th…
 
Markets plunged to start the week with the five biggest stocks in the U.S. losing a combined $236 billion in market cap today alone. So is there more pain to come, or is this an opportunity to do some bargain hunting? Plus, a damning whistleblower report and widespread outages send Facebook to its worst day in almost a year, but the stock remains a…
 
Markets jumped on Friday after Merck announced strikingly positive results for its new COVID pill, but the real rally came in names tied to an economic reopening. So does the news signal that all’s clear for the market? Plus after the recent rout in the retail sector, one trader is finding opportunity in a beaten down name. We’ll tell you why.…
 
Guy, Dan, and Danny are joined by Danny’s “The Big Short” colleagues Vincent Daniel and Porter Collins for a conversation about the state of the markets, Federal Reserve, and what to buy in this environment. Later, Dan and Guy go “Off The Tape” with Anastasia Amoroso of iCapital Network and discuss the September swoon for stocks (36:10), Anastasia’…
 
Markets ended Q3 on a down note, with the S&P dropping a percent and closing out its worst quarter since Q1 2020. But one big tech stock was able to manage sizable gains today. We dive into what’s helping Netflix break out to new highs. Plus one expert says bitcoin prices could more than double over the next three months. What she says is going to …
 
So much for Dollar Tree. The discount retailer saying it has to raise prices on its merchandise to $1.25 or $1.50 because supply chain concerns have driven up costs. So is this a sign that inflation may be more than transitory? And will the consumer ultimately pay the price. Plus the Nasdaq unable to hold onto gains, even as the Dow and S&P managed…
 
Markets seeing their worst day in months, with the Nasdaq dropping nearly three percent, its biggest decline since March. The traders discuss how they’re playing the pullback, and where they see markets going from here. Plus why one top investor says there may be more selling ahead -- what he’s doing with his money now.…
 
Treasury yields are at three-month highs, and one top strategist says they’re going even higher from here. BTIG’s Julian Emanuel joins us with his forecast, and where he says you should be putting your money now. Plus, Facebook is putting a pause on its Instragram for kids product. What that means for the company and the state of social media.…
 
Nike suffered its worst day since June 2020 after cutting guidance for the year as supply chain woes weigh on results. How the traders are playing the name. Plus, the 10-year yield crossed a key level today, which is sending a big buy signal to the Chart Master. He tells us why.By CNBC
 
We’re excited to introduce the newest podcast to our RiskReversal Media family, Breaking Even with Ned Michaels. Catch a sneak peek at the top of this episode and subscribe to it in your favorite podcast store. This week Guy, Dan, and Danny discuss the stock market sell-off and subsequent rally (5:30), they read mean tweets from listeners (15:00), …
 
The S&P jumped over a percent on Thursday, and the Dow gained more than 500 points, with energy and financials leading the way. But can the market momentum last? And while all eyes are on the trouble with China’s Evergrande Group, one top strategist says the problem may be even bigger than that. J.P. Morgan’s Joyce Chang tells us what’s on her rada…
 
Guy, Dan, and Danny discuss increasing calls for a stock market correction (7:17), China’s Evergrande crisis (15:18), and Dan does an impromptu “Rip Off The Tape” on the Wall Street Journal’s Facebook investigation (27:40). The co-hosts interview lobbyist Brady Cobb on what new developments in the SAFE Banking Act mean for Cannabis (32:56). Later, …
 
The man who moves markets, J.P. Morgan’s Chief Global Markets Strategist Marko Kolavonic, ups his year-end price target for the S&P 500. He tells us why he’s feeling so bullish. Plus, Starbucks gets roasted following big news out of China. And the Fast Money traders break down the big breakout in cannabis stocks today.…
 
Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson just cut his rating on U.S. equities to underweight and says a 10% correction is on its way. He lays out the case and where you can go for safety. Plus Apple just laid out its latest slate of iPhones and Apple Watches. How the new versions stack up and what it means for the stock.…
 
Apple erasing $85b in market cap today after a judge ruled the company can no longer force developers to use in-app purchasing. Shares of Alphabet fell in sympathy. What the decision means for the state of tech service providers. Plus, shares of Peloton kicked into high gear this week, posting their best week of the year. How the traders are playin…
 
Guy, Dan and Danny discuss the recent bout of market volatility (3:18), the looming debt ceiling debacle (11:43), cannabis stocks up in smoke (16:10), and Elizabeth Holmes on trial (18:23). Dan and Guy go “Off the Tape” with Packy McCormick of the Not Boring newsletter and Scott Lynn of Masterworks to discuss NFTs vs. Securitized Art (23:10). More …
 
United, American, JetBlue and Southwest shares all taking flight today, even as the airlines cut guidance due to the spread of the delta variant. What’s behind the move and what’s next for the industry. Plus with just hours to go before the kickoff for the 2021/22 football season, we talk to the CEO of one company that just inked a major distributi…
 
The latest parry in the epic battle over payment for order flow comes from former FDIC chair Sheila Bair, who is calling on the SEC to put restrictions on the controversial practice. She joins us to lay out her case. Plus, the response from one financial services company whose business depends on PFOF -- Doug Cifu, the CEO of Virtu Financial.…
 
Shares of Netflix have risen in 15 of the last 16 trading sessions and are sitting at all-time highs. But can the rally go even higher from here? The Chart Master lays out his case. Plus why Japan’s market hitting a 30-year high is the biggest story of the day, according to one of our traders.By CNBC
 
Guy, Dan, and Danny discuss the big market moves of the week (2:55), introduce Ned Michaels, a new member of the RiskReversal family (24:03), and interview CNBC’s Meg Tirrell about her documentary “A Race Against COVID-19” (35:24). ---- See what adding futures can do for you at cmegroup.com/onthetape. ---- Shoot us an email at OnTheTape@riskreversa…
 
Supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, and production pitfalls. Could this holiday be shaping up to be a big bust? What it means for the consumer, retailers and your portfolios. Plus, a top analyst downgrading AMC, but one day trader isn’t worried. They each lay out their case for what’s next for the Reddit-favorite stock.…
 
August capped off its seventh straight month of gains, but will the rally roll on, or is there pain coming in the fall? The desk discusses how they’re setting up for the coming month. Plus bitcoin may be all the rage, but it’s a different crypto that’s not only outperforming, but possibly becoming a more viable coin. We break down what’s going on.…
 
PayPal is considering offering an online trading platform to its customers, in a move that puts it up against the likes of Robinhood and other brokerages. Plus Apple soared more than 3% to a new high Monday, as big cap tech stocks led the S&P and Nasdaq to new records. But one top analyst says a correction might be coming soon.…
 
The S&P and Nasdaq closed out the week at new records after Fed chairman Jerome Powell laid the groundwork to begin tapering by the end of the year. But one trader says we’re in for even more volatility ahead. Plus Hurricane Ida making landfall and prompting refiners to shut down. What it means for the energy markets and energy stocks as we head in…
 
Guy, Dan and Danny discuss the everything rally (3:05), Chinese stocks rebounding (13:36), DraftKings’ Simplebet bid (18:04), and bitcoin’s 60% rally off its summer lows (19:57). The co-hosts interview Rich Greenfield of Lightshed Partners (28:06) and talk about his short AMC call (33:11), his venture into the metaverse (41:14), and the streaming w…
 
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