TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS co-portfolio manager Jim Cramer says he has two big worries heading into the weekend...cyclical stocks and China.
Jim Cramer says investors should embrace the theme of "stealth tech" when deciding where to invest, and that investing in technology is not limited to the personal computer.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Wells Fargo is the winner of the Fed's bank stress tests, but Cramer is tired of Citigroup's excuses as to why it won't raise capital.
Jim Cramer says the fourth theme investors should follow when deciding where to invest is 'shareholder bounty from anti-competitive mergers,' such as the American-US Air merger.
Jim Cramer discusses his latest investment, Mexican restaurant Bar San Miguel in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, and what it's taught him about companies like Buffalo Wild Wings and Chipotle.
Jim Cramer says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has already turned Facebook around into a mobile company in one year since its IPO and he trusts his judgement when it comes to acquisitions.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says more deals need to 'break print' like King Digital, and even though the IPO fell flat, Cramer believes it's good the stock broke price.
Jim Cramer says following the recession, 'people just are not spending the way that they used to' and investors can take advantage of this thesis by looking at Cedar Fair and Six Flags.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says the increase is good news for home mprovement retailers, like Home Depot, which benefit from an improving housing sector.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer likes WhiteWave Foods, Sprouts Farmers Markets, and Whole Foods Markets, but its growth is not as great as the other two.