My take is to buy the big declines, not sell them.
The action in energy is incredible - you get one strong day in oil and the group goes crazy.
Sometimes it just breaks the bulls' way.
Avon's new CEO is the real deal, but Jim Cramer would still avoid the stock for now, along with Herbalife.
Jim Cramer says, with pharmaceuticals, what matters is what's coming next.
Many of these firms are pouring money into share buybacks instead of their long-term pipelines.
What does Pat Doyle have to do to get people to understand that Domino's Pizza is a growth company?
It's an unexciting business, but the rally is likely to continue.
The group just seems right for rotation and appreciation.
This isn't to suggest it'll rebound. But it may just stay at this level -- far better than further deterioration.