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Jim Cramer says the iconic US automaker is having the greatest year he can recall since its heyday.
CEO Cornell impresses communicating company strategy; buyback guidance clobbers even most bullish estimates.
We are not too concerned by the miss, as weather was likely a factor and pricing trends and mix are encouraging.
It's almost comical how welcoming it is these days.
One pivotal question is how quickly Target can resume buybacks.
As shares rapidly approach our price target, we see few short-term catalysts.
Two very different companies are very similar in growth.
We are excited by its move into Samsung Pay, and its reach in the mobile-payment ecosystem.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about Warren Buffett's letter to Berkshire Hathaway investors and how hard it is to be pessimistic.
This week, we initiated a position in a healthcare name and exited a high tech portfolio holding, as the market moved slightly higher.