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Jim discusses Monday's moves in the energy market, our decision to trim BP and Schlumberger into today's strength, some of our non-energy stocks that stand to benefit and more!
Starting out as a DVD rental business in the late 90s, Netflix has come a long way to establish itself as the world's leading streaming entertainment service.
- Q2 2019 share repurchases were $164.5 billion - 20.1% lower than Q1 2019, 13.7% lower than Q2 2018, and 26.2% lower than the record Q4 2018.
Sales in China also appear encouraging.
Disney and Apple are competitors now, but they're also long-time partners.
The drone attacks on Saudi oil operations even could influence the Fed's thinking on inflation and rates.
U.S. stock futures tumble as oil prices surge the most in more than two decades following an attack on two key Saudi Arabian oil facilities; Donald Trump says he will authorize the release of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve if needed to keep the market supplied; General Motors slumps after the Auto Workers union goes on strike.
Move comes as Apple accelerates its video streaming service in competition with Disney
Reporters and Research Analysts break down the biggest stories that impacted the markets during the week.
Easing trade tensions and steepening yield curve add to bulls' optimism.
Stocks finished mixed Friday as investors assess signs of a breakthrough in U.S.-China trade talks.
Apple shares slipped lower Friday after analysts at Goldman Sachs slashed their price target on the tech giant amid concerns that the free trial offered for is Apple TV+ offering will eat into its bottom line.
The firm reiterates its overweight rating on shares of Netflix.
Book profits on Apple on strength up to its quarterly pivot at $221.65 and monthly risky level at $227.53. Apple is a core portfolio holding but volatility provides trading opportunities. Thursday's high was $226.42.
Here's the way you have to approach this market.
Their fiscal third quarter earnings results gave investors reason to pause.
The giant tech firms are facing yet another investigation by a branch of the U.S. government.
Hock Tan's company maintained its full-year outlook and was relatively upbeat about networking and wireless chip sales. But it also noted some other businesses are facing headwinds.
You can't have the banks and financial tech stocks go up, old and new tech rally simultaneously and the soft goods companies and industrial techs rise -- someone's wrong.
Buy Broadcom on weakness to its quarterly pivot at $290.32. A fundamental reason to buy this semiconductor giant is its P/E ratio of 15.94 and dividend yield of 3.60%.
We have good news on China trade, healthy technical patterns in the indices and a positive open.
But whether the Chinese will make concessions will remains to be seen. So far, they have not given an inch, and they have the most to lose.
By dropping the iPhone price and coming in low on Apple TV+ and Arcade pricing, the firm is aiming to steal market share from competitors.
The market moves to a short-term overbought condition on Thursday, breadth has been positive, and the intermediate-term indicators are still positive, so I expect a dip or a pullback, and then we rally again.
Jim Cramer says politicians, media and government agencies may be taking aim at the tech giants, but consumers still love them and their products.
Apple appears to be wagering its new services will boost ecosystem stickiness and drive hardware upgrades.
Momentum stocks stabilized Wednesday, and buyers rushed to put money to work in 'safe' plays like Apple, and some small-cap names.
Stocks finish higher after China says it will allow some exemptions to additional tariffs on U.S. imports as the two side prepare to restart trade talks.
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