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We believe this core holding will continue to benefit from higher interest rates.
Also, we'll trim Royal Dutch Shell.
We like Actavis' diverse mix of growth drivers and shareholder-friendly management.
The bank beat estimates, while bad loans dropped sharply.
If Netflix were a private company, its next funding round would be done at $50 billion, and everyone from hedge funds to venture capitalists to mutual funds would want in.
Jim Cramer has his eye on Wells Fargo, JPMorgan and Johnson & Johnson ahead of earnings.
We are encouraged by the initial demand and believe the Watch will quickly become embedded within Apple’s already-robust ecosystem.
Bank's earnings quality expected to improve.
There is still plenty to look forward to at Apple during this transformational cycle.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's thinking over the last week about Alcoa's read on the world economy and playing the "who is next" game.