Cramer says the analysts are dead wrong on Exxon while Radian continues to perform.
As macro data improves, Dan Collins explains why the Fed may take action and reduce monthly purchases.
Gold is tumbling, but State Street's Kevin Quigg is hesitant to give up on the yellow metal in 2014.
The economy is trying to move forward with a strong GDP number for the third quarter, and Ford reveals its newest Mustang.
Apple's deal with China Mobile was expected, so don't expect a huge run-up in the stock. J.C. Penney stock has begun to normalize, and Cramer likes Macy's more.
Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link talk Apple's success, attributing it to new products and an investable name.
The trading panel discussed how to play Twitter, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard, among others.
Alcatel-Lucent is a winner and BP is making headlines, Cramer says.
The whipsaw action in stocks today will continue through the month says Jon Corpina of Meridian Equity Partners.
The ADP number was strong, but it's not a good indicator for Friday's report. Belpointe's David Nelson remains bullish.