TheStreet's Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link say shares of Johnson Controls present a 'big-time buying opportunity' right now.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is cautious of Lennar because the stock is closely tied to a taper of the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing program.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says FedEx will be 'a strong story in 2014' but he prefers UPS. He also prefers Whole Foods Market to General Mills.
Jim Cramer says FedEx's 'anointed stock status' means the company can do no wrong, but for investors looking to take a long-term position in the sector, buy UPS.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says the Federal Reserve has to say something after the conclusion of its two-day meeting because economic indicators in retail, autos, housing and manufacturing are performing well but he cautions that investors should wait til after the meeting to add new equity positions to their portfolios.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' questions from Twitter on 3D Systems, Aeropostale and Cisco's effect on Juniper.
Jim Cramer gives his playoff predictions for week 15 of the fantasy football season and reveals why his recommendation is to play Andrew Luck over Jay Cutler.
Jim Cramer says that Coca-Cola is "falling apart" as its U.S. soda sales have plummeted. Cramer likes Pepsico because while the company faces the same challenges as Coca-Cola, it has Frito-Lay and the recent Buffalo Wild Wings deal on its side.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says that Cisco is a 'wounded giant,' he likes Alcatel-Lucent more than Cisco but prefers Ciena. Cramer also likes Qualcomm and thinks the stock can go to $80, but Anadarko is challenged in the wake of their multi-billion dollar Tronox liability.
TheStreet's Dan Dicker talks with Jim Cramer about reduced production guidance from West Texas oil producers Concho Resources, Cimarex, and Pioneer Natural Resources. Dan Dicker says to wait until 2014 for a better entry point into these stocks.