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Investors Want to be Up with the King: Burger King is Chart of the Day

Burger King is way up, while its primary competitor, McDonald's, is way down in 2014.

Kellogg, GoPro Aim to Please for Earnings, Jim Cramer Likes Lear

Getting ready for Thursday morning's open, we'll see big numbers coming out before the open.

What to Watch on Wall Street for Thursday, October 30th 2014

For Thursday, October 30th we start with a handful of notable earnings to watch including cereal maker Kellogg and energy company ConocoPhillips.

Jim Cramer Say Steel Giant U.S. Steel is Leaner and Meaner

TheStreet's Jim Cramer shares his take on steel company U.S. Steel (X), which has made a comeback, with shares rising almost 7 percent on Wednesday.

Kraft Q3 Earnings Meet Street Estimates, Top Line Misses

Kraft posted third earnings of $0.74 a share on revenue of $4.4 billion. Wall Street analysts were looking for earnings of $0.74 on sales of $4.47 million.

Real Money Previews

Jim Cramer on Apple Pay and Drugstores: Apple Is a Win for Walgreen

Adopting Apple's payment system is a smart move.

Herb Greenberg on the Stock Market: Here's Why Twitter Should Sell Itself

Does it really want to explain itself quarter after quarter?

Real Money's Tim Melvin on Value Investing: Don’t Fear Volatility

These manic price swings can create enormous opportunity.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: Stay Away From Applied Materials

Cramer prefers Isis Pharmaceuticals to Pfizer and Kinder Morgan to El Paso Pipeline Partners.

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Stock Ideas

4 Stocks Breaking Out on Big Volume

These stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering breakout trades.

5 Stocks Insiders Love Right Now

Insiders at these companies have been scooping up shares of their own stock lately.

5 Stocks Under $10 Making Big Moves Higher

When a stock makes a large-percentage move, it is often just the start of a new major trend -- a trend that can lead to huge profits.

5 Hated Earnings Stocks You Should Love

These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.

Buy These 5 Breakout Health Care Stocks for Healthy Gains

Health care stocks have the highest relative strength of any sector, an indication that they are outperforming the broad market through rallies and corrections alike.

MainStreet

Fed's End to Quantitative Easing Will Affect How You Invest and Buy a House

The Federal Reserve ended its bond buying program and did not change current interest rates. So what does the typical American on Main Street need to know?

How Dangerous Is Your Commute? The TSA Has Come to the CTA

Chicago police will begin checking commuters for bombs, whether they need to or not.

Average College Graduate Will Leave First Job Within One Year

Even if new graduates are lucky enough to find a job after graduation, most won’t last more than a year

How to Get Your Car Ready for Winter, and Why to Do It Now

Winter makes it more difficult to start your car, and road conditions are worse, so it's important to have everything working properly before the cold.

Bullying in the Workplace? Half the Time the Bully Is the Boss

Even worse, there's often also a lack of support from co-workers who can be just as afraid of the boss as you are.

Biotech

Aegerion Board Expresses Support for Embattled CEO Amid Drug Use Accusations

Aegerion Pharmaceuticals issued a statement Tuesday night expressing its board's support for CEO Marc Beer in the face of accusations of cocaine use and extramarital sex.

Arena Skimps on Data Disclosure From Weight-Loss Combo Study

Arena Pharmaceuticals provided very little useful information Tuesday night about the Belviq-phentermine weight-loss combination.

Divorce Suit Names CEOs Involved in Cocaine Use, Extramarital Sex Romps

A dirty divorce for one of Wall Street's top bankers just got messier.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

Abbott Labs Pays $250 Million for Topera in Heart Health Move

The buyer also acquired an option to purchase Advanced Cardiac Therapeutics, which is developing a novel ablation catheter.

Should We Have Expected 'Big-bang' Reforms from India's Modi?

A steady flow of smaller initiatives and the right political mood music mean the business and investment community remain on side, for now.

U.S. Pipeline Operator Shell Midstream Comes on Stream on the NYSE

Royal Dutch Shell remains the majority shareholder.

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Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer Say Steel Giant U.S. Steel is Leaner and Meaner

TheStreet's Jim Cramer shares his take on steel company U.S. Steel (X), which has made a comeback, with shares rising almost 7 percent on Wednesday.

Herb Greenberg

Herb Greenberg on the Stock Market: Is Coke the New IBM?

I can't remember a time when so many big brands stumbled.

Stephanie Link

Stephanie Link: New Data Deal is Good for IBM, Better for Twitter

IBM and Twitter announced a new partnership that will integrate Twitter’s data into IBM’s cloud-based analytics, customer engagement platforms and consulting services.

Chris Ciaccia

Apple CEO Tim Cook Announces He Is Gay In First Person Op-Ed

Apple CEO Timothy D. Cook has unveiled to the world that he is gay, saying he "is proud to be gay."

Adam Feuerstein

Aegerion Board Expresses Support for Embattled CEO Amid Drug Use Accusations

Aegerion Pharmaceuticals issued a statement Tuesday night expressing its board's support for CEO Marc Beer in the face of accusations of cocaine use and extramarital sex.

Dan Freed

Retail Investors Flock to Derivatives for Income and Safety

Retail investor interest in derivatives continues to grow as investors learn more about the instruments and see them as an attractive way to hedge against risk and generate income.

Ted Reed

United Flies the 787, American Awaits It, Delta Thinks It Over

United Airlines now flies the longest Boeing 787 route in the world, while American awaits its first 787 and Delta might not even want one.

Leon Lazaroff

How Tinder's Success Makes a Match Services Spin-Off More Likely

Barry Diller's IAC Interactive climbs on growth at Tinder, its three-year old digital matchmaking service.

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