Halftime Report is on the front lines of CNBC’s market coverage. CNBC’s Scott Wapner and the Street’s top investors get to the heart of the action as it’s happening and help set the agenda for the rest of the day. Halftime Report airs weekdays 12-1PM ET on CNBC TV.
Close to a Buyable Bottom?
47:17Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the turbulent week for stocks and how you should navigate the ups and downs of the current market. Plus, MBF Founder and CEO Mark Fisher joins us to talk energy, what does the future hold for the sector. And later, Jim Lebenthal calls in to discuss a big drop in his largest holding, Cleveland Cliffs.
Trim on the Rebound?
47:42Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss if investors should use today’s big rebound to trim some overexposed and beaten down names.. Plus, what to do with the mega-cap tech trade from here. Plus, we’ve got some Calls of the Day on two big chip names, the Committee take their positions. And later, the trade ahead of Netflix’s earnings after the bell and Jon Najarian latest trades in Unusual Activity
Nasdaq Below Key Level
44:36Nasdaq falls into correction and trading below its 200-day moving averages. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate how much more selling is left. Plus, the Committee making moves in this market. Also, Blackrock’s Rick Rieder tells us why equities are going higher and where yields go from here. And later, Jon Najarian has his latest trades in Unusual Activity.
Navigating the Sell-Off
45:00Another big sell-off on Wall Street. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate how much more pain is still ahead and the impact of rising rates. Plus, Microsoft is buying Activision-Blizzard, the gaming companies are up on the news, how should you play it. And later, a big activist investor is going after Kohl’s again. He joins Halftime to explain what he wants from the retailer.
Nasdaq Breaks a Key Level
43:45Nasdaq falling below its key 200-day moving average. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss if a broader sell-off is ahead and how to protect your portfolio. Plus, Kevin O’Leary and Degas Wright reveal their Stock Summit picks for this year. And later, Jon Najarian’s latest trades in Unusual Activity
Tech Pain Ahead?
44:06The Nasdaq sells off again. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss just how much pain is still ahead for the Nasdaq and tech trade. Plus, Pete Najarian seeing a lot of options action on Boeing and Ford. He’ll also have his latest trades in Unusual Activity. And later, Kari has her top picks for 2022.
Trust the Rebound?
44:35Stocks marching higher. The major averages now up for the week. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if you should trust the rebound. Plus, Prof. Jeremy Siegel weighs in on the latest red-hot inflation data and tell us where he sees stocks headed from here. Also, financials getting ready to report earnings later this week and one big banks stocks getting two bullish calls ahead of it. And later, Jon Najarian reveals his latest trades in Unusual Activity.
Tech close to a bottom?
43:59Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if the NASDAQ’s big reversal means the tech trade is close to a bottom. Plus, the committee reveal big changes in their portfolios And later, Pete Najarian shares some Unusual Activity he’s seeing in two tech names.
More Pain, or Near a Bottom?
46:53Another big sell-off on Wall Street. Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate if there’s more pain ahead for the tech wreck and if you should be buying on the drops right now. Plus, Rob Sechan gives us his top plays for 2022
The Risk for Stocks
44:45After a tumultuous week in the market, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee debate what’s next for stocks. With the tech selloff and rates moving sharply higher over the past five days, what’s next and how should you trade it. Plus, we round out the week with our 2022 Stock Summit picks. And later, Pete Najarian sees some Unusual Activity in two names