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If there is one thing we worry about, it is the strength in the dollar.
Nike's stock surged Friday after earnings and revenue beat expectations.
With this being a big bye week in the NFL season, Jim Cramer advises fantasy football owners look to pick up players who will be dropped.
Jim Cramer says the news of Bill Gross' exit has a lot of people thinking about shorting bond funds.
They have become attractive after the selloff.
On a day like today, holding any stock seems like too much.
While the market sells off, we are making a shopping list.
Recently commodities such as oil, gold and iron ore have been taking it on the chin with prices at their lowest level in five years.
Today, we are seeing the real world impact of lower gasoline prices.
Expectations are low for all of these, even as potential upside is likely.