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Buying the dip? Consider these 5 stocks

CNBC's "Fast Money" team took a look at a list of Dow stocks that are trading at a discount. Here are five stocks from the list.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Karma Allen
Cramer Remix: What sent the market higher? Sellers

"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer's revealing why this was an oversold bounce.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Abigail Stevenson
Lightning Round: This oil stock totally screwed up

Jim Cramer gives his opinion of caller favorite stocks at lightning speed, including this popular oil play.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Abigail Stevenson
Cramer: The 3 things controlling your $$ each day

Jim Cramer provides the inside scoop on the 3 things that are controlling investors money on the market these days. Bye-bye stocks, hello ETFs!
Source: CNBC.com | By: Abigail Stevenson
Your first look for Thursday, September 3

The "Fast Money" traders tackle what they're watching going into Thursday's trading.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Stephanie Landsman
Cramer: Are high-reward biotech bargains worth it?

Jim Cramer takes a look at speculative biotechs to find out if the bargains are worth the reward in your portfolio.
Source: CNBC.com | By: Abigail Stevenson
Cramer: Was the rebound the calm before the storm?

Jim Cramer took a look at the emotional and technical factors behind Wednesday's rebound. Was the rebound just the calm before the next storm?
Source: CNBC.com | By: Abigail Stevenson
U.S. documentary 'Gasland' pivotal to anti-fracking movement -study

BOSTON, Sept 2- An Oscar-nominated HBO documentary that showed American homeowners near hydraulic fracturing sites setting fire to their tap water may have been the main trigger for a surge in public opposition to the oil and gas production technique, according to a study to be published next month. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this year concluded...
Source: Reuters
SAFT ON WEALTH-Forget Wall St analysis, mine Twitter for trades

NEW YORK, Sept 2- Investors might want to put aside all that Wall Street research and instead turn their eyes to Twitter. A new study by academics at Johns Hopkins University finds that crowd-sourced company earnings estimates and sentiment data generated by tweets may be both more accurate than Wall Street's offerings and help generate trading profits.
Source: Reuters | By: James Saft
US oil settles up 1.85%, at $46.25 a barrel

Crude inventories rose by 4.7 million barrels in the last week, the biggest one-week rise since April.
Source: Reuters