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Cramer lists 10 ingredients in this seasonally strong market that will lead to a rally.
12/18/14 - 08:10 PM EST
A day's rest from the selling in oil will allow investors, analysts and oil companies themselves some time to assess their situations, Cramer says.
12/17/14 - 08:16 PM EST
The bears may have won the day but there's still hope, Cramer says.
12/16/14 - 08:10 PM EST
If things are really so bad, then why are so many good things still happening? Cramer asked.
12/15/14 - 08:15 PM EST
The negative effects of oil below $60 per barrel on certain companies could outweigh the gains seen from higher consumer spending, at least in the short term, Cramer says.
12/10/14 - 08:41 PM EST
The international markets pulled U.S. stocks lower but they were able to bounce back despite bad news from Verizon, Bank of America and Citi.
12/09/14 - 08:32 PM EST
Cramer will be watching for news from Agios Pharmaceuticals and Amgen and awaiting an explanation from United Technologies about its former CEO.
12/05/14 - 08:22 PM EST
Staple stocks like PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble were leaders but now fund managers are turning to the Caterpillars and Cummins of the world, Cramer says.
12/03/14 - 08:36 PM EST
Bottom fishing in this market has been a disaster, Cramer says.
12/02/14 - 08:21 PM EST
There are still too many good things happening in the markets not to be a buyer into weakness, and the downsides can be managed, Cramer says.
12/01/14 - 08:15 PM EST
But before you invest, pay off your debts and get health and disability insurance, Cramer advises.
11/26/14 - 07:00 PM EST
U.S. GDP grew by 3.9%, the fastest back-to-back quarters in over three years and proof the market's rally is backed by higher corporate profits and confident consumers, Cramer says.
11/25/14 - 08:08 PM EST