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FOMC, Jobs and Housing Data, Earnings Set Up the Trading Week Ahead

S&P 500 Earnings have been quite strong, with almost 70% beating EPS estimates as we reach the halfway point.

How to Save Money at Bars: Don't Run Your Bank Account Dry

The problem with trying to save money at bars is the more you drink, the less you care about how much you’re spending.

Cramer: Watch Reports From Twitter, UPS and Whole Foods Next Week

As earnings continue to roll in, Jim Cramer tells TheStreet's Brittany Umar what key reports he'll be watching.

Why Obama and Congress Won't Lift Oil Export Ban

The Commerce Department in late June approved Pioneer Natural Resources and Enterprise Products Partners to export condensates abroad, giving advocates hope that Congress will lift its 40-year oil export ban.

Real Money Previews

Rag Doll; Taking Another Crack at Citi: Best of Kass

In highlights from his trading diary of the past week, Doug Kass examines how the market has begun to look ragged, and discusses why his view of Citigroup has changed.

It May Be Tech's Turn; A Genuinely Nutty Idea: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week about a cautionary note on tech and strength in specialty apparel.

Cramer: In the Amazon Jungle Without a Guide

The company has no interest in giving you earnings details or a road map.

Mad Money Recap

'Mad Money' Lightning Round: I Still Believe in Rite Aid

Cramer says he's concerned about Prospect Capital and prefers St Jude Medical over Medtronic.

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Stock Ideas

4 Big Tech Stocks Getting Big Attention

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

5 Toxic Stocks You Should Sell

It's time to unload these stocks from your portfolio.

3 Under-$10 Stocks Moving Higher Into Breakout Territory

These under-$10 stocks are within range of triggering breakout trades.

3 Huge Stocks to Trade (or Not)

Here's how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market today.

4 Big Tech Stocks on Traders' Radars

Here's how to trade some of the most active tech stocks on the market right now.

MainStreet

Young Americans Prefer Bank Investments, Not Stock Market

That's a problem, because younger Americans aren't going to meet their giant retirement savings burden with low-yielding cash investments.

5 Best and Worst Cities For Buying a Used Car

Used car pricing boils down to supply, demand and density. If you're in an isolated city with frugal car buyers, expect to pay more for someone else's vehicle.

Here's How to Keep Your Workers From Stealing From You

Companies lose around 5% of revenues each year to employee theft, but not the ones smart enough to take these simple steps.

Talking About Inheriting Money Is Worse Than Talking About Death Itself

There's $40 trillion in inheritance money on the table from now until 2050, and talking about how it changes hands is absolutely necessary.

5 Sexiest Suburbs in America

Suburban communities are known for green grass, good schools and other kid-friendly features -- but those children have to come from somewhere.

Biotech

MannKind Afrezza Partnership News Coming Within Weeks

MannKind must report second-quarter financials before the end of the second week in August, which sets a quasi-deadline for Afrezza partner plans.

Biotech Stock Mailbag: Intercept Pharma, Inovio

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

The Story Behind Sarepta's Firing of its Top Scientist

Sarepta terminates Chief Scientific Officer Art Krieg. Here's what I've learned about why he was fired.

Beyond Wall St.

Deal News

21st Century Fox May Revise Bid for Time Warner After BSkyB Deal

Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox said it will sell its Italian and German pay-TV businesses to British Sky Broadcasting Group for more than $9 billion.

Hitting Peak Auto: Why the Big Three May Soon Look Very Different

The car business faces a shift down the road as the car culture changes.

Time Warner Sale Inches Closer as Murdoch's Fox Strikes Deal with BSkyB

The U.K. company will pay its largest shareholder $9 billion for Sky Italia and its majority stake in Sky Deutschland.

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Jim Cramer

It May Be Tech's Turn; A Genuinely Nutty Idea: Jim Cramer's Best Blogs

Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week about a cautionary note on tech and strength in specialty apparel.

Herb Greenberg

Greenberg: Ackman and Herbalife -- The Day After

Bill Ackman's presentation failed to impress investors, but it probably should have, as Ackman raised several important points.

Stephanie Link

Link: Waddell & Reed Offers Growth at a Nice Price

This asset manager's stock pullback looks like an opportunity.

Chris Ciaccia

Amazon Fire Phone Review: That's All Ya Got?

Amazon's Fire phone is an OK-at-best attempt at a smartphone, and consumers should wait until the second or third generation to consider purchasing the phone.

Adam Feuerstein

MannKind Afrezza Partnership News Coming Within Weeks

MannKind must report second-quarter financials before the end of the second week in August, which sets a quasi-deadline for Afrezza partner plans.

Laurie Kulikowski

El Pollo Loco Stock Surges 60% on IPO, But Is It a Buy?

El Pollo Loco surged 60% on its first day of trading. The fast-casual chicken chain raised $107 million from pricing 7.14 million shares at $15 a share.

Dan Freed

$25 Billion Deal and JPMorgan Stumble to Aid of Bronx Homeowner

The mortgage settlement with JPMorgan and four other banks included very little cash and led one Bronx woman down a circuitous, two-year path before her loan could be modified.

Rocco Pendola

Was Apple's Demolition of BlackBerry 'Click Bait' or Did It Actually Happen?

Looking back at BlackBerry's 2011 collapse should prompt investors to at least look twice and think before they blow off predictions of Microsoft's collapse at the hands of Apple.

Ted Reed

Has United Turned the Corner With Its Earnings Beat?

United's net income rises 51% and the carrier announces a share buyback, perhaps signaling the start of a long-awaited turnaround.

Leon Lazaroff

Comcast Is Now the Center Which the World Revolves Around

Comcast adds more broadband subscribers than forecast in its second quarter, possibly weakening its argument that it needs to acquire Time Warner Cable to defend its business.

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