TheStreet's Jim Cramer says sometimes a company reports a quarter that is so good, investors want to get out, and this is the case with Facebook.
People are spending more and more time in front of screens, and Apple and Facebook are capitalizing beautifully.
Jim Cramer says in the current market, stocks that have any high expectations are getting killed. Cramer points out ServiceNow and Celgene, both of which are now getting crushed.
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.
Jim Cramer says Proctor & Gamble is a 'bond' stock that won't do anything radical yet, but Boeing has a clear growth path and Cramer believes the stock is a 'buy.'
Greenlight Capital was down for the quarter.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors don't mind that McDonald's didn't meet earnings estimates because the stock yields 3.25% and he likes the forward-looking trend.
Jim Cramer is tired of hearing that there is no revenue growth at Netflix and Halliburton. Cramer thinks Netflix will soon break through its 52-week high and Halliburton is 'on fire.'
Netflix and Halliburton are two gems that plainly illustrate what's justifying this broad market run.
When people attach such frothy numbers to IPOs, we have problems.