Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week about investing in amusement parks and the twin dangers of a frothy market and depressed commodities.
Jim Cramer is waiting for a number from China that does not affect world markets, but until then investors need to be careful.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Celgene, which ended Friday's session down more than 4%, is a great buy because the drug maker is led by a great CEO.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Boeing is a great opportunity because CEO Jim McNerney has a huge 10-year plan and the stock sold down after the last quarter.
Jim Cramer says two issues confounding investors -- the crisis in Ukraine and Russia, and China -- are causing the market to become oversold, and unaffected domestic stocks are trying to stabilize.
There are stocks that benefit from whatever's causing the decline.
Macy's department stores have been on fire since February and CEO Terry Lundgren continues to deliver, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says Popeyes' latest quarter was 'nothing to write home about,' but shares still climbed higher, a testament to CEO Cheryl Bachelder's leadership.
Estimates for the refiners are too low because of this Permian discount.
Chinese concerns, increasing domestic stockpiles and a release of reserves from the SPR have conspired to bring oil below $100 a barrel.