On this week’s “Market Monitor”, we speak with Mark Lehmann, President at JMP Securities, who gives us three stock picks he says you should buy now and explains why.

Diana Olick reports on how there’s an investment strategy to help prevent wildfires like the ones we are now seeing in California.

President Donald Trump’s tax cuts may not have had the stimulating effect he promised, according to government data released Wednesday.

U.S. gross domestic product — the broadest measure of the U.S. economy — grew faster than expected in the third quarter, but slowed slightly as business investment continued to decline.

Apple’s earnings on Wednesday will provide some early insight into how the company’s new iPhones are selling as investors watch the forecast for its all-important holiday season.

Wall Street was largely bullish on Beyond Meat after the alternative meat producer reported a much bigger profit than expected, but analysts warned the fundamentals may not matter right now for the once red-hot initial public offering.

Leslie Picker reports on how investors are rethinking activism by making companies more innovative.

The stock market’s surge to new highs on Monday shows the historic bull market that began in 2009 is resuming its climb and should be viewed as a green light for investors over the next few months, according to Wall Street’s chart analysts.

Craig Hodges, from Hodges Capital, gives us three stock picks he says that can represent value with markets approaching new all-time highs.

Goldman Sachs has joined the flight of institutional investors from Fisher Investments.

The giant investment bank is pulling $234 million from Camas, Washington-based Fisher, according to a source close to the matter.

Global index provider MSCI is pushing back against criticism that it’s helping funnel American investment dollars into Chinese companies involved in human rights violations.

Private space tourism is about to go public.

Shareholders approved Virgin Galactic’s merger with one of Chamath Palihapitiya’s ventures, according to SEC filings, setting up the space tourism company to list directly on the New York Stock Exchange on Monday.

Frank Holland reports why a new harvest in Kentucky is getting Wall Street’s attention.

Joining us on the show is Art Hogan, who’s a Chief Market Strategist at National Securities, who gives us his analysis on why companies choose to keep its stock prices high.

Boeing said Wednesday it still expects its best-selling 737 Max planes — grounded worldwide after two fatal crashes — to get regulatory approval to fly again before the end of the year but warned investors that it’s getting more expensive to build the planes.