Best Investments for 2015
Road & Rail
Here are Monday's top research calls, including ratings changes at Twitter, AutoZone, Tyco and Viacom.
Goldman Sachs identifies companies in businesses from technology to finance that have mostly domestic sales and will benefit from a stronger greenback.
The tops we see on these charts have developed over many months and these developing downtrends will likely need many more months before they are mature.
Never buy stocks on big up openings, Cramer says. As proved Tuesday, what rises early often ends up falling.
Goldman Sachs Group just released a new report with stocks that have the most upside potential. The investment bank believes "the U.S. economy will avoid recession in 2016."
Cramer says CSX and Norfolk Southern are being hurt because of declines in oil shipments.
Consensus estimates for railroad operators have been dropping, but need to be taken down further, Citigroup contended in a note to investors this morning.
As insurgencies proliferate, investors and targets are fishing in the same small pool of candidates. Experienced executives are the ideal recruits -- and companies may have an advantage over activists.
Railroad company CSX reports quarterly results after the closing bell on Tuesday, and with its shares slumping in 2015, it will need a positive report to get back on track.
The trading panel discussed the strong dollar, airline stocks and Netflix.
Among the four railroad stocks in the iShares Transportation ETF, only Union Pacific has set an all-time high so far this year.
Here are today's top research calls.
Cramer said to be careful about Century Communities and isn't recommending Frontline.
Cramer's new strategy for these turbulent markets is to invest in America first.
You can't go wrong with including transportation stocks in your portfolio, according to TheStreet's Jim Cramer. But he's got three favorite stocks that are must-own investments.