Jim Cramer looks at what he calls 'bizarre bond market behavior' where interest rates are plunging, even though the U.S. economy seems to be humming along.
Jim Cramer says tariff delays could spur some trade-talks progress, and at least they keep the market bears at bay for a bit.
On a brutal day in an increasingly shaky market, Jim Cramer looks for companies that can meet the the challenges of China, the Fed, or a slowdown.
Jim Cramer explains the ins and outs of essential economic and investing lessons that every stock investor needs to know.
Jim Cramer says investors must resist the siren song of panic, and he puts interest rates, tariffs, currency and earnings in perspective.
We've got to stop obsessing over the 10-year, says Jim Cramer. Lower rates are terrible only if you don't spend money, buy goods, create businesses, refinance loans and more.
Jim Cramer says there may be more volatility ahead, but investors should know the U.S. still has the upper hand in the trade and currency disputes with China.
Jim Cramer says Monday's selloff makes some good stock cheaper, but it might not yet be quite the time to buy. Investors need patience.
Jim Cramer says history can be your guide in identifying the inevitable moments of market weakness and keep you from panicking.
Jim Cramer puts the new tariffs in context and tells investors how to survive the trade war: Stand by some techs, and companies without China exposure.