In tech, several of these tropes are currently making the rounds.
Jim Cramer says Chipotle reported an 'ok' earnings number but more importantly, comparable-store sales grew 13%. Cramer says the stock should be bought on any weakness.
See: yesterday's rapid lockstep reversal.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Yahoo's business has stabilized away from Alibaba and it will be able to buy back billions of dollars worth of stock.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer thinks Zebra paid a 'song' compared to what Motorola paid for the barcode division in 2006, and the deal cements Zebra's hold on the mobile barcodes business.
Until these overpriced stocks come down enough to attract acquirers, I think they'll cause real problems for the market.
Fresh off of earnings surprises from Citigroup, Alcoa and Wells Fargo, TheStreet's Jim Cramer talks about two more: Johnson & Johnson and Coca-Cola.
Amid speculation that interest rates could drop despite strong U.S. economic data, Jim Cramer addresses what he calls the three 'black holes': China, Japan and the Ukraine/Russia conflict.
It's unnerving that almost every strong stock has a poorly performing company underneath it.
Jim Cramer responds to viewers' questions on Twitter straight from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.