Jim Cramer says China has signaled a thaw in the trade dispute, fueling tech stocks. Here's next week's game plan.
Jim Cramer thinks that, finally, bargain hunters are just saying, "Enough already! It can't be that bad."
We have a wall of worry to overcome, but it's important to hear the other side of the trade, says Jim Cramer. Take Apple and Facebook, for example.
Expectations about earnings are totally out of whack, says Jim Cramer. Will Apple's earnings break the spell?
Love the banks, then hate the banks. Love the industrials? Nope, they're out, too. Jim Cramer says it's ugly, but he would use the weakness in the upside surprises.
Jim Cramer says foolish traders believe a trade war will trigger a recession, but they're wrong. Fight the crosswinds with a game plan for next week.
It's not all about the bond market, says Jim Cramer. The central issues here are trade, tariffs and most important, the stocks themselves, like Facebook and Amazon.
Jim Cramer says he's still optimistic, and he doesn't want investors to give up. But he has 12 reasons to also remain cautious -- especially about Fridays.
Jim Cramer says it was utter insanity. In earnings, these executives said exactly the wrong things.
Jim Cramer considers which is worse for stocks: the 10-year Treasury breaching 3% or the tariff battles with China.