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Jim Cramer shares his views on hopes for a down opening and a vicious market hit. Facebook, Apple, Alphabet and Starbucks are among the stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on cheap bank stocks and Chipotle's problems. Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Chipotle and Jack-in-the-Box are among the stocks discussed here.
Catch up with Jim Cramer's best blogs this week as he discusses LinkedIn's turmoil, an unwelcome trip back to the futures and how machines are prolonging the market's current turmoil.
In highlights from this week's posts, Doug Kass advises how to play the current market and revisits his 'American Pie' parody on the anniversary of Buddy Holly's death.
Along with the weak jobs news, the U.S. economy has been sputtering lately, growing just 0.7% in the fourth quarter, its slowest pace since the first quarter of 2015.
Tableau Data and LinkedIn may be the future but they disappointed investors today.
Hell hath no fury like a hedge fund manager out of position. That's what you are seeing today, as portfolio managers recognize they don't have enough cyclical exposure.
Layoffs rose sharply in January to the highest levels since July as a slowdown in the services sector and continued budget cuts at oil companies took their toll.
U.S. stock futures up as Russian officials reiterate their commitment to speaking with OPEC about production cuts.
U.S. stock index futures are down sharply in pre-market trading on Tuesday as falling oil prices continues to cripple any rally the major indices attempt.
Carley Garner's technical charts shows things will keep getting better if oil can hold a $26 level.
Attention will be particularly focused on Action Alerts PLUS holding Alphabet (GOOGL) Monday when the company releases its fourth-quarter earnings after today's market close.
Doug Kass shares his views on why he's long on Goldman, Bank of America and high-yield and investment grade credit.
Jim Cramer shares his views on some good quarterly reports and an emotional stock. Facebook, 3M, Amazon.com and Tesla are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass shares his views on Macy's lower guidance and two new "best long ideas."
Jim Cramer shares his views on buying opportunities and pricing a monster. Apple, General Electric, General Motors and Yahoo! are among the stocks discussed here.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discussed why he's absolutely not buying Apple now,
Catch up on Jim Cramer's ideas from this past week when he wrote about a counter-intuitive value shift in stocks, and heaped praise on a social media powerhouse.
Global bond prices spiked following the announcement, which came just days after officials at the bank said that they were not considering such a move.
U.S. stock futures up in pre-market trading after the three major indices closed trading down Wednesday despite the Fed's decision to keep interest rates at current levels.
Wall Street doesn't expect the Fed to raise rates, but it's expected to give firmer views about how it sees global markets as China's economy falters and crude prices fall.
Also: Apple (AAPL) reports quarterly earnings this afternoon, Asian markets fall and Jim Cramer's Mad Money comments.
Jim Cramer shares his views on our miserable market and wrong views. IBM, Bank of America, Dow Chemical and DuPont are among the stocks discussed here.
Doug Kass shares his views on his Netflix short.
Doug Kass shares his views on shorting Starbucks and going long Fifth Third and Macy's.