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5 Best Stories on Real Money: Cramer's Winners, Amazon, GameStop

Must-reads from Jim Cramer, Timothy Collins, Helene Meisler and the Real Money/Real Money Pro team make sense of the market's big moves.
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Sometimes the market can just feel like a big game of the classic "Asteroids."

You never know when something seemingly from outer space will blindside you and blow up your plans -- or, at least crash your beliefs about Wall Street. Most recently, of course, that asteroid had a name: GameStop  (GME) .

But now that that game has started to fall back down to earth, big earnings continue to pop onto the scene. What will smack investors and traders next?

Helping make sense of the turbulent news and guide us through the week are Real Money and Real Money Pro experts Jim Cramer, Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle, Timothy CollinsHelene Meisler, and Bret Jensen.

Cramer: The 'Super Bowl' of Business is Full of Winners

Unlike in the real Super Bowl and other sports contests, says Jim Cramer, in business we can have several winners -- not just one. So, as the big game approaches, let's see some of his "Tom Brady" companies like Apple  (AAPL) , Amazon  (AMZN) , Microsoft  (MSFT)  and Alphabet  (GOOGL) .

Here's Cramer's take on the business all-stars.

Guilfoyle: Here's How to Navigate the Great Amazon

After Amazon reported fourth-quarter earnings that almost defy imagination and the news landed that Jeff Bezos will step aside later this year as CEO, Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle takes stock of the e-commerce -- and web services -- giant.

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Collins: So, You Blew Up Your Portfolio on GameStop

Here's what you can absolutely not do -- and who you can not blame -- if you messed up your investments on a GameStop position, amid the messy week of "Berzerk" action.

Collins breaks it down for 'Robinhood' traders.

Meisler: Levels are for Video Gamers

Most folks think technical analysis is about "levels," writes technical analyst Helene Meisler. But she doesn't care about levels. She cares about indicators -- whether we're getting oversold or seeing positive divergences and where sentiment stands.

Meisler shows us what the indicators can tell us about the market.

Jensen: Moving Out Amid the Pandemic?

U-Haul  (UHAL)  says it all, according to Bret Jensen. The top destinations the moving company saw in 2020 for its trucks were Tennessee, Florida and Texas as people fled California, Illinois, New York and New Jersey. These big moves were fueled by the pandemic -- and they're unlikely to stop soon.

Jensen looks at how national migration affects the economy and investing.

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