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The company is spending a lot to boost its business, and 2015 might be its big year, Jim Cramer says.
Dunkin' Brands is expanding west in the U.S. as well as abroad. There might be mad growth ahead.
'We're going to see a renaissance of building ... taking advantage of everything (the CEO) always believed would happen,' Cramer says.
Some regional banks are undervalued, Jim Cramer says.
Still, the company's operating results may support Dan Loeb's cause.
Jim Cramer takes a look at the recent success of speculative stocks.
Individual investors should stay away from Herbalife, lest they be trampled by hedge fund giants, opines Jim Cramer.
Tiffany either has a strategy problem or a management problem, opines Jim Cramer.
It's all about certainty. The fact that there's a resolution at all means a lot to investors.
Jim Cramer predicts that Black Friday 2012 lives and dies by the big screen TV, a popular Christmas gift idea.