Jim Cramer says we actually want some bad news because definitive weaker news now drives stocks up and strong news takes them down.
Jim Cramer compares the stock market's recent volatility to past declines. Not every selloff is alike.
Jim Cramer says history can be your guide in identifying the inevitable moments of market weakness and keep you from panicking.
Jim Cramer says investors need context about what's really happening with earnings, tariffs, the Fed, and in Washington.
This is serious: The market is ignoring legitimate, positive earnings, says Jim Cramer, and tariffs and rates are the culprits.
Jim Cramer asks, 'What's it going to take to get rid of these sellers?' Keep an eye on the VIX and volume, he says.
Jim Cramer says welcome to the end of October, when mutual funds like to dump their losers. Plus, both the Fed and China are putting pressure on stocks.
Jim Cramer evaluates the Federal Reserve's interest-rate moves and says it's right to stay focused on any form of inflation.
This earnings season could be full of surprises. Jim Cramer has your game plan for next week.
Panic is not an investment strategy, says Jim Cramer. But when everyone else is panicking, that's when you need to buy.