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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

735 Episodes
A busy afternoon for earnings, headlined by Tesla, which reported its fifth consecutive quarter of profits. The traders break down the results from the day’s biggest movers. Plus, Bitcoin prices rose to their highest in nearly 3 years. We talk to one crypto expert about why the entire digital currency space just got a big stamp of approval. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Netflix stock dropped after the company posted disappointing subscriber growth and earnings for the latest quarter. Plus results from Snap and Texas Instruments. And Institutional Investor’s Top-Rated Biotech Analyst breaks down the outlook for companies racing to bring a coronavirus vaccine to market. And a moment of zen for Kohl’s as the department store takes on a new project. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Stocks suffered a steep slide in the last 90 minutes of the trading day as hopes for a COVID relief bill seemed to fade. Plus, shares of IBM on the move after its latest earnings report. The traders break down what they’re expecting as more big name tech start to report. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
From Apple’s 5G iPhone launch to Amazon rewriting the calendar for holiday shopping, we count down the five biggest stories for the market this week in a special edition of Fast Money. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Retail sales jumped more than twice what was expected in September, but will consumer strength last through the holidays? The Chart Master has some picks for stocks that are feeling the Christmas spirit. And one European regulator says the 737 Max is now safe to fly, but will it be in the air this year? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Twitter and Facebook are under fire for blocking the spread of an anti-Biden New York Post Article. Could the latest news lead to increased regulation of the space. And mortgage rates setting another record low today. What it means for the red hot housing sector. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Shares of United Airlines dropped after hours after the carrier reported a bigger loss than expected in an already-turbulent year. Plus why a blue wave this election season might be a big boost for bond yields. And the bank stock one trader says has the “best looking” chart in the financial space right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
JPMorgan & Citigroup kicked off Q3 earnings season with significant beats, but shares of both dropped anyway, and something on Citigroup’s conference call caused one of our traders to slash their stake. Plus, Apple introduced its much-anticipated 5G iPhone today. What will it mean for the stock? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Disney stock jumped after hours after the media giant announced a major restructuring that would help focus the company on streaming. Meanwhile, Apple shares gained more than 6% for its best day since July as investors await the launch of the latest iPhones. And Amazon gained nearly 5% as its sixth annual Prime Day gets set to kick off. Plus we’re Trading the Vote as we count down to the election, and bringing you a surprising take on what a Biden win might mean for the oil markets.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
The S&P and Nasdaq posted their best week in three months as stimulus hopes lifted markets again. But will markets keep their momentum going into the new week. Plus could railroads be a real opportunity for investors, even as the transportation sector is trading at all-time highs? And how to play a potential deal between AMD and Xilinx. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Shares of IBM jumping after the company said it would spin off its IT infrastructure unit and focus on the cloud, while Morgan Stanley is upping its investment management game with the purchase of Eaton Vance. And why a merger between two of the world’s biggest oil companies could unlock real value. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
What a difference a day makes! Markets soared Wednesday after the President reversed course on stimulus negotiations. Plus, what one activist investor wants Disney to focus on, and what it’ll mean for the stock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
We break down the impact of a House committee’s probe on big tech stocks. Plus, markets quickly reversed earlier gains after the President tweeted he’d instructed his representatives not to negotiate on coronavirus relief until after the election. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Markets jumped to their highs of the day after President Trump said he’d be leaving Walter Reed for the White House later on Monday. Plus the Chart Master lays out a couple of charts that could tell the tale for the markets this year. Which one do the traders think is most likely? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
As we kick of Q4, the Chart Master brings us the one chart that will lead the way into 2021. And after years of shutting stores, slumping sales and management changes, shares of Bed, Bath, and Beyond are surging today. We’ll tell you why. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Markets wrapped up their worst September since 2011, but still managed to pull out solid gains in the third quarter. The traders map out how should you set yourself up as we close out the year. And could a fumble for the Tennessee Titans mean sports betting stocks take a hit? We break down the outlook for the sector. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Markets were under pressure Tuesday on renewed fears about the spread of the coronavirus, but could late-breaking news out of a Regeneron trial turn things around? Plus, after-hours earning action in shares of Micron, and will it be a happy holiday season for retailers? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Markets rallied to start the week, and Tony Dwyer thinks there’s more upside coming. He says it makes more sense to get into the market now than it did in March. Plus what the U.S.’s latest crackdown on Chinese semi giant SMIC means for the semiconductor industry and the tech sector. And in a bonus hour of Fast Money, our panel of trading experts take all your burning investment questions. Everything you need to know about the stocks you’re trading right now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Hercules Investments’ CEO James McDonald joins the desk with a dire warning about where the market is heading, and a shocking prediction about how soon it could happen. Plus a bold call on a beaten down sector and the cloud ETF that soared this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
With rising coronavirus cases and workers fleeing the cities and working from home, is commercial real estate about to face some serious pain? Jonathan Litt, founder of LANDandBUILDINGS joins us with some answers. Plus former FDIC chair Sheila Bair tells us why she’s surprised by the performance of the big banks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Comments (19)

John Reed

Tim is so hard to listen to now. Just turned the podcast off and deleted it.

Jun 7th

Happy Trader


May 1st

John Reed

Am done with this stupid corporate show. Every night you're putting Warren down. So you really think it's ok to be a billionaire and support all the laws that make it possible for so few to have so much of the Nation's wealth and the rest of us getting poorer. Fuck you! That's not capitalism its crony capitalism.

Nov 14th
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John Reed

Stop beating up on Warren! You think the stock market will go up forever when the middle class is completely gone?

Nov 6th
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Patrecia Sapulette

it's a nice discussion guys, and it would even better when you speak one at a time, not fighting for a mic LOL.

Aug 18th
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this fuck stopped playing at 5 mins and doest not start afters secveral plau pause clisk wtf is this shit is this app shit or what

Jun 5th

Yu Tang

model S 爆炸

Apr 23rd

Randall Avery

xaw x. aww r. dad. I c

Feb 15th

Matt Erickson

I hear lots of people trying to explain moves.. ups.. lows.. all mostly couch quarterbacks.. BUT.. I propose that historic trends may not have the gravity it had before.. I'm not sure it accounts for this new generation of online traders.. People care less about holding years, months, even weeks.. there is likely a surge of PRN (Profit Right Now'ers as I call them) I'd say it's why even after a company like Amazon or Google announces good quarters, there is a nice rise preceding, but then sell offs after it hits a peak.. People made some dollars and moved on. With trading fees declining. even free trading like Robinhood.. apps on phones. I say it's this new trend that will totally upset old trends.. the effects will increase and can be tracked proportionally with the increase of subscribers to trade companies like Robinhood as well as increases in apps that are used to trade stocks. Matt Erickson Fairbanks, AK.

Feb 6th

Al Hamel

Econ talk

Aug 18th


Too much goddamn Bitcoin. Make a new Bitcoin show and go back to stocks.

Mar 27th
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Matt Raye

United flight attendedant didn't know a barking dog was in the bag?

Mar 15th

iTunes User

I enjoy Word on the Street when it is available. Although the show is on CNBC five days a week there seems to be an inconsistency about making it available for download.

Aug 30th

iTunes User

I like the FTF, but was dissappointed that they don't have the whole show. I found that FAST MONEY MACHINE podcast does a complete recap of the show and tracks there stock picks.

Aug 30th

iTunes User

Great show..wish they could work out the issue with the feed so that it was consistently available. It often goes for 2-3 or more day spans when the show is not available.

Aug 30th
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