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Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.

Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.


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Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, “Fast Money” breaks through the noise of the day, to deliver the actionable news that matters most to investors. Fast Money airs weeknights at 5p ET on CNBC. Visit for additional information.




Navigating the Big Tech Wreck, and Finding Safety in the Sea of Red

Markets cap off a very volatile week with a major sell-off Friday, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq dropping nearly 2 percent. The Chart Master lays out where he sees stocks heading from here, and the traders offer up their safety plays.


Markets Stage Massive Rebound, but One Recent Leader Sits Out the Rally

Major indexes rebounded in a big way on Thursday, with the Dow rising nearly 2%. But Apple, which has been one of the leaders, even amid the recent sell-off, ended the day down, as did the rest of big tech. The traders break down what this all means.


A Major Market Reversal as Omicron Hits the U.S.

Stocks closed near their lows of the day after the CDC announced the first case of Omicron in the U.S. was found in California. The S&P gave up a 1.8% gain earlier in the day to close squarely in the red. What the sell-off says for the market, and what investors should be paying attention to into year-end.


The 30 Words That Rocked the Market, and Is Apple the Ultimate Teflon Trade?

The S&P closed near the lows of the session after Fed Chair Jerome Powell suggested the central bank may speed up the timeline of its taper. So how are the traders setting up after Tuesday’s rout? Plus the S&P may have been down nearly 2%, but Apple was up more than 3%! What happens if that leadership goes away?


Why Monday’s Rebound Could be a False Flag for the Market, and the Future for Twitter and Square

Markets staged a solid rebound monday after their post-Thanksgiving sell-off, but the Chart Master says there could be more pain ahead through year-end. Plus, Twitter shares taking a tumble after Jack Dorsey announced his resignation as CEO. But what will that mean for his other company, Square?


Has the Santa Claus Rally Come and Gone?

The S&P managed to eke out a gain today, but is still down nearly a percent from all-time highs. The Nasdaq is down more than 2%. And while the next month is traditionally strong for stocks, that got us wondering if the Santa Claus rally has already come and gone?


Party Over for High-Growth Trade? And What’s Keeping Retail CEOs Up at Night

Big tech and high growth stocks posting a second day of losses, with the Nasdaq down sharply from a record high hit just yesterday morning. Is this the end of the run in high-growth, high-multiple stocks, or an opportunity to buy in. Plus smash-and-grab jobs putting pressure on retailers just as the most important time of their year is upon us. What it means for margins and the stocks.


Late Day Sell-Off May Signal Trouble Ahead, Plus the Conversation Sure to Feature Highly at Your Thanksgiving Table

The S&P dropped in the last hour of trading after spending most of the day in record territory. This, as 2-year yields and the dollar spiked, and high-valuation stocks like Palantir and DoorDash plunged. What the move says about the strength of the market. Plus it’s that time of year when families gather around the table to discuss...crypto! What that could mean for prices in the coming weeks.


Risks to the Rally? And a Big Warning for Small Caps

Austria on lockdown and rising COVID cases in the U.S. Could another wave of the virus halt the market progress? Plus small caps broke out of a nine-month trading range early this month. But the Chart Master sees cause for concern in the space.


Apple’s Accelerating Self-Driving Ambitions and How to Trade the Market’s Haves and Have-Nots

Apple surged to a new all-time high after a report that it's moving up its timeline to get its first autonomous vehicles on the road. What it means for the rest of the auto space. Plus while Apple, Nvidia, Home Depot and others are hitting record highs, Alibaba, Peloton, Roku and others continue to struggle. Do you stick with the winners or bet on a bounce back?


Will Tried and True Tech Lead the Market, and the Great Race in EVs

Markets ended the day down, but big tech was able to hold up strong, with Apple jumping as much as 2% and Microsoft hitting an all-time high. So will the trade that has worked all year long continue to lead into year-end? The traders break down their thoughts. Plus the runs in Rivian and Lucid seemed to run out of battery on Wednesday, but they’re still far outperforming the rest of the auto pack over the past week. Are the EV gains for real?


CNBC's Fast Money - 11/03/21

Listen to our traders take you behind the to play the volatility...pops and drops and the movers you missed.


The Real Read on Retail, and Sounding the Alarm on Bitcoin

With the holidays just around the corner, how are the retail names stacking up? Despite headwinds from inflation and supply chains, we got a few strong earnings reports this morning. Does that set the stage for more strength to come? Plus, Bitcoin pulling back from records recently and the Chart Master’s raising a major warning signal for where crypto is going from here.


Gearing Up for Retail Earnings and Bidding for the Crypto?

We’re counting down to reports from the big retailers, but with these stocks rallying heading into this earnings season, has the bar been set too high? Plus a copy of the U.S. Constitution is going up for auction at Sotheby’s this week, and a group is making its bids all in ethereum. We’ve got two of the bidders to break down why the move is so consequential.


A Big Hit for the Consumer and Pot Stocks Light Up

Consumer sentiment falling to its lowest level in more than a decade as inflation concerns seem to be taking a toll on spending. What that says about the market and the economy. Plus, pot stocks blazing higher as federal legalization seems within reach. How the traders are looking at these names.


The Three Most Important Charts in the Market, and Who Wins the Metaverse

Markets may be off their records, but the traders have their eyes on three charts they say could give us a real read on where the markets are going. We break them down and get the details. Plus Disney is going all in on the Metaverse. But who’ll come out as winners when we all go virtual. One top analyst has the details.


First On CNBC: Disney CEO Bob Chapek Dives Into the Latest Quarter

Disney shares on the move after its latest earnings report, and CEO Bob Chapek joins us straight from the company’s conference call. Plus markets pulling back after the highest CPI read in more than 30 years. How the traders say you should play rising inflation.


CNBC SPECIAL: Generation Gamble Part 1

“Generation Gamble” provides an in-depth examination of the intersection of betting, trading and gaming, exploring what is at stake for everyone involved and how taking risks can be as easy as a tap on an app. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, online activity increased dramatically, leading Gen Z to reevaluate how it makes and uses money. CNBC’s Melissa Lee profiles avid college-aged users of online betting and investing apps illustrating their ease and willingness to take risks. Then,...


CNBC SPECIAL: Generation Gamble Part 2

CNBC’s Melissa Lee examines how social media and its influencers are changing the world of traditional investing by glamorizing trading for a new generation and fueling the rise of crypto. Lee visits Miami, where there is an emerging crypto and tech scene. She profiles a young social media influencer and claimed crypto millionaire who shares his financial advice online with more than a million followers. And she explores the rise of fintech influencers and the broad effect social media is...


Countdown to Rivian’s IPO and Why a GE Break-Up Unlocks Value

All eyes are on Rivian as the electric vehicle maker gets ready to go public tomorrow. We bring you all the latest details and how you should be looking at the space. Plus, shares of GE rose as much as 7% after announcing it would be splitting into three separate companies. The traders debate whether the move truly unlocks value.