It's across the board, and it's out of Yellen's hands.
And I like a couple of boutique specialty plays in the oil space.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week about stocks breaking out of their usual ranges and the effect of an increased supply of stock.
The company's just starting its journey toward greatness.
Maybe the whole market is too cheap.
North Dakota is rich in oil, but very few seem to care.
Sometimes there's no fun in fundamental analysis.
Each of these 'real' American firms is now a buyout candidate because of the ridiculous U.S. tax code.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the past week about the Priceline-OpenTable deal and why he urges caution before trading on Iraq.
Intel was strong, but a spike in oil could negate all that.