Despite Trump's menacing and hyperbolic tweets, Jim Cramer says, you can really blame Wednesday's stock declines on Fed minutes and shorts that went awry.
Regardless of earnings and Facebook CEO Zuckerberg's testimony, it was China that signaled a green light for the Dow's surge, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says we're seeing powerful reminders that there's a better time to sell than in the teeth of a decline. Investors must use discipline to their advantage.
This market is deceptive and you need to recognize your sense of timing is not infallible. So, adjust your scales and get ready for next week, says Jim Cramer.
Are we out of the woods yet? Jim Cramer has reasons to be cautious in this market environment.
Jim Cramer says it's extremely important to buy stocks that are suitable for you and your level of risk tolerance.
Jim Cramer asks if you can recognize when you're getting needlessly greedy? Stick to the rules if you want to stay in the game for the long run.
Jim Cramer says if you can't handle the newsflow, both real and fake, you may need to use this rally to lighten up. But if you can, then hold on, stick around and make money.
How did we trigger this incredible rally? Jim Cramer explains the components that powered Monday's gains.
In this fickle and volatile market, Jim Cramer muses about how powerhouse Amazon gets hit hard, while his favorite old classic, Clorox, cleans up.