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Still a lot of upside potential for the markets?

Beacon Capital Management Partner Jon Maxson, Piper Jaffray senior technical analyst Craig Johnson and Bulls-Eye Options’ Alan Knuckman on the outlook for stocks.

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  1. BlackRock's Fink Hoping Hillary is Ticket to Treasury

    Laurence "Larry" Fink has achieved much during his long career on Wall Street, including creating almost from scratch what is the largest and arguably the most succe...

  2. Morgan Stanley Bets Big on Smaller Bond Unit

    In early 2011, Morgan Stanley Chief Executive James Gorman thought he had finally figured out how to rebuild the bank's depleted bond trading business without taking...

  3. Legal Expense Hits Morgan Stanley in 4Q

    Morgan Stanley's (MS) fourth-quarter profit plunged 70% as strong performance in the firm's wealth management business was offset by weak fixed income trading result...


    And so it goes. Here's a sample of the choicest statements from President Barack Obama, Health & Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Democrat Congressman Bar...

  5. Swanky Corporate Events Make Post-Recession Comeback

    While lavish corporate events five years ago drew a negative stigma that executives tried desperately to avoid, new data show resorts are making a post-recession com...

  6. Wall Street Titans Making Time for Ma Ahead of IPO

    The most anticipated IPO since Facebook has attracted lawyers, bankers and potential investors, showering China's Alibaba with attention ahead of a stock offering th...

  7. Compensation for Morgan Stanley CEO Falls 18%

    Morgan Stanley (MS) Chairman and Chief Executive James Gorman took home $10.7 million in annual compensation in 2012, down 18% from the prior year, in a calculation ...

  8. Morgan Stanley to Proceed With $4.7 Billion Brokerage Purchase From Citi as Soon as Next Month -Source

    Morgan Stanley (MS) may buy the rest of its wealth-management joint venture from Citigroup Inc. (C) as soon as next month, now that it has been given a green light f...

  9. Gasparino: No Sign Blankfein Leaving Goldman Anytime Soon

    FBN's Charlie Gasparino on Goldman Sach's succession plans.

  10. Morgan Stanley's Nides Rejoins Firm as Vice Chairman

    Morgan Stanley (MS) said Thomas R. Nides has rejoined the firm, this time as vice chairman, fresh off his stint as Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resou...

  11. "Revolving door" may have hurt SEC money fund reforms: report

    Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission staffers who now work in the private sector may have helped derail last year's effort to reform the $2.6 trillion mone...

  12. Morgan Stanley Global Head of Corporate Affairs McFadden to Retire

    Morgan Stanley's top corporate spokeswoman said she was retiring after a seven-year run that spanned the financial crisis and the transition from John Mack to James ...

  1. Low-tech approach used in the Sony hack?

    McAfee Inc. Founder John McAfee discusses the Sony hack and says the attackers used a low-tech approach.

  2. Simplifying credit card debt reduction

    Payoff CEO Scott Saunders on how his company helps users reduce credit card debt and weighs in on Lending Club’s IPO.

  3. Can the U.S. prevent the next ‘big’ hacking breach?

    TrustedSec CEO David Kennedy on the hacking of Yahoo News’ Twitter account and if the U.S. can prevent the next 'big' hack attack.

  4. Investing in the competitive PE market

    Panorama Point founder Stephen George on the state of private equity.

  5. Gasparino: Wall Street loves Hillary Clinton

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on two Wall Street veterans vying for a position as Treasury Secretary.

  6. Morgan Stanley CFO: Firms Need More Female Execs

    Morgan Stanley <MS.N> Chief Financial Officer Ruth Porat on Wednesday called on government and corporate leaders to encourage the promotion of women into senior busi...

  7. Positive momentum for the markets

    Beacon Capital Management Partner Jon Maxson, Greywolf Execution Partners analyst Mark Newton and Swan Wealth Advisors’ Mark Sebastian discuss the state of the markets.

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