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Kass: Money Doesn't Talk, It Swears

How Bob Dylan's message in 'It's Alright, Ma' applies to the investment business.

Jim Cramer: With Bubble Talk, Consider the Source

Greenlight Capital was down for the quarter.

Jim Cramer: A Couple of Exceptional Earnings Calls

Netflix and Halliburton are two gems that plainly illustrate what's justifying this broad market run.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: I Like M&T Bank

Cramer says wait and see on Under Armour and he prefers EOG Resources over Exco Resources.

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Stock Ideas

HBO on Amazon Prime Exposes Weakness At Netflix

HBO's decision to license programming to Amazon isn't as big of a deal as the media is making it out to be.

My Victory Lap After What I See as Apple's Best Quarter Ever

Tim Cook just upgraded his status from stage manager to director.

QE5 Is Coming -- Here's What It Means for Your Portfolio

We're headed on a collision course with another big round of stimulus in 2014. Are you ready for it?

Biotech Breakouts: How to Trade Agios Pharma

This heavily shorted biotech stock could be setting up to trigger a major breakout trade.

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: I Like M&T Bank

Cramer says wait and see on Under Armour and he prefers EOG Resources over Exco Resources.

Personal Finance

How Yuengling and Schell's Became Craft Beer

The Brewers Association craft beer industry group recently had a change of heart about its definition of a craft brewer. Soul searching helped, but so did political and beer industry reality.

Why Amazon Buying Sears Would Be Stupid

There is little value to Sears' real estate leftovers for Amazon (or anyone, for that matter).

Country Stars Love Nashville and so Does the HGTV Smart Home

Join TheStreet for an exclusive tour of the HGTV Smart Home 2014 in Nashville with HGTV's Jack Thomasson and Tiffany Brooks.

Poor Home Sales Overshadow Strong Company Earnings

March new home sales dropped 14.5% to 384,000 from 449,000. Meridian Equity Partners' Jon Corpina believes a lack of economic reports is why the report is getting so much attention today.

New Home Sales Plunge 14.5% in March

The pace of new single-family home sales plummeted 14.5% in March to a 384,000 seasonally adjusted annual rate which is the slowest pace since July 2013.

Stock Market Today

Market Hustle: Stock Futures Point Higher as Apple, Facebook Gain

U.S. stock futures are pointing to a higher open on Wall Street Thursday, bolstered by a rise in Apple and Facebook shares after their upbeat earnings reports.

Beyond Wall St.

Biotech Stocks

Biotech Stock Mailbag: NeoStem, Gilead and the Importance of Big-Cap Biotech Earnings

Biotech columnist Adam Feuerstein answers readers' questions about health care companies.

The Recent Performance of 'Baker Brother Biotech Stocks' is Awful

Healthcare's most closely followed hedge fund is losing money during the biotech bubble burst.

FDA Approves Novartis' ALK Inhibitor! Maybe...Really Soon?

Someone at Novartis screwed up today by sending out a mass email announcing the FDA approval of a new lung cancer drug ceritinib. Brand name: Zykadia. The only problem is FDA hasn't announced the approval of Zykadia yet.

Deal News

Merck, P&G and Other Dividend Stocks You Wish You'd Bought in 2013

I've covered these dividend winners before, but you're not too late to get on board.

Activist Says Morgans Hotel Can Fetch $341M in a Sale

Luxury hotelier Morgans Hotel Group could receive as much as $341 million if the company elects to sell itself, according to one activist investor looking to elect a new slate of directors at the company's annual meeting.

SodaStream Surges on a Possible Investment by Starbucks: Report

SodaStream International is surging 13% after an Israeli publication said that Starbucks was in "advanced talks" to acquire a 10% stake in the at-home cold carbonated beverage maker.

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Spin Space

Jim Cramer

Looking For Value in Energy? Natural Gas Is the Place

U.S. exploration and production companies like EOG Resources, Cimarex and Pioneer Natural Resources have moved up very fast, perhaps borrowing gains from late 2014 and early 2015.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: The Most Important Earnings Lesson from Chipotle

With Chipotle's CMG same-store sales up an astonishing 13.5% during some of the worst winter months in recent or even distant memory: Think twice when you see any company from this...

James Rogers

Facebook Earnings Live Blog Recap

Facebook highlighted during its first-quarter call earnings and revenue that topped expectations as advertising revenues grew more than expected.

Chris Ciaccia

Zynga Jumps: What Wall Street's Thinking

Zynga shares surged after the social game maker posted revenue that was better-than-forecast, and co-founder Marc Pincus announced he was leaving the company, allowing CEO Don Matt...

Laurie Kulikowski

Apple Q2 Earnings Live Blog Recap

Apple's fiscal second-quarter earnings blew past Wall Street's estimates sending shares roughly 8% higher in after-hours trading.

Philip van Doorn

Regional Banks Shine at End of Rough Week for Sector

Regional Banks bounced back on Friday, ending a rough week for the banking sector in the wake of the Federal Reserve's stress tests.

Dan Freed

Housing Slowdown Imperils Fannie Freddie Wind Down

Put another nail in the coffin of President Obama's efforts to wind down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

Adam Feuerstein

Biotech Stock Mailbag: NeoStem, Gilead and the Importance of Big-Cap Biotech Earnings

Biotech columnist Adam Feuerstein answers readers' questions about health care companies.

Ted Reed

GM Beats Estimates Despite 86% Drop in Net Income

GM's quarterly results are clouded by a $1.3 billion recall charge and other special items, but the company says performance of core operations was strong.

Rocco Pendola

HBO on Amazon Prime Exposes Weakness At Netflix

HBO's decision to license programming to Amazon isn't as big of a deal as the media is making it out to be.

Anton Wahlman

What Does It Take to Sour on the Electric Car Experience?

Chargers that are always taken all the time have created a nightmare for owners of pure EVs as opposed to plug-in hybrids

Leon Lazaroff

It Is Really Weird Anton Scalia Is Deciding Aereo Case

Judge Scalia, like President George H.W. Bush before him, live cloistered lives, but that's never prevented them from deciding our fate.

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