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The S&P 500 had its worst performance in four years as a result of August's market selloff. With oil prices so low, energy stocks dominated the list of worst stocks.
The U.S. market indices had modest gains in the first half of the year, but stocks took a major nosedive in August. Here are the best performing stocks to date.
U.S. markets in the third quarter of 2015 were characterized by extreme volatility, but the best-performing S&P 500 stocks likely came from the tech, utilities and consumer sectors.
GM's most advanced car ever will hit showrooms at the end of October.
Two of the best bars in the U.S. are publishing books this fall that reveal a few of their secrets in creating memorable cocktails.
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Batman, Star Wars and Minion characters are this year's most popular costumes, so if you want to be different, avoid them. Wal-Mart, Party City and Etsy can help.
With an acquisition of Lululemon, apparel conglomerate VF could bring its expertise to a female-centric brand, and add some balance to a portfolio of brands that largely caters to men.
Investors should adopt a long-term view on Macau, despite China's recent economic problems.
The trading panel discussed the abysmal job numbers and why Apple stock could go to $200.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass suggests the Fed may have amnesia, and offers investors this Buddhist-like advice: Don't just do something, sit there.
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week as he discusses why this market is a rerun of 2011, and the ugly supply and demand imbalance in commodities.
The Dow, S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq all closed higher on Friday.
Cramer is watching a slew of earnings next week including Pepsico, Monsanto and Domino's Pizza. But he wants you to know how he invests right now.