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Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying retail, and discusses why he's favoring the short side in a big way.
The idea of buying American and hiring American is good news for defense, ag and energy stocks, says Jim Cramer.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the first day of the Trump Era went, and explains how he feels about brick-and-mortar retailers.
Like Qualcomm's disputes with regulators, the company's legal battle with Apple is complex and could take time to unfold. That could pave the way for a stronger Apple-Intel partnership.
The dispute follows on the heels of a suit filed by the FTC, and an $853 million fine levied on Qualcomm by South Korea's antitrust authority. Shares fell 2.4%.
Inauguration draws markets' focus: What happens next? In the portfolio, we add to 2 positions and trim a third.
To move beyond reopening North American-shale drilling operations and actually increase investment by oil producers, prices would likely to need to rise to $60 or more, said CFO Jeff Bornstein.
Cybersecurity experts have found two botnets on Twitter totaling 850,000 accounts. How many more exist?
Strong demand from Samsung and China is giving the RF chip giant a boost. Given recent industry news, investors in mobile chip peers have to be pleased.
The new president's agenda has been clear from the start, so don't act surprised.
The only question is how high shares would have to rise to derail the rally.
Skyworks Solutions reported first quarter fiscal 2017 earnings after Thursday's close, which beat on both the top and bottom line.
Skyworks Solutions delivered on earnings, and Jim Cramer says the stock has room to run.
Don't worry about a little selloff, says Jim Cramer. The data and earnings signal an improving economy.
Executive Chairman Paul Jacobs took a jab at the Federal Trade Commission's antitrust lawsuit at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Thursday.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS portfolio manager Jim Cramer has some advice for investors new to the world of exchange-traded funds.
Binge-watching has become an integral part of modern TV viewing, and Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is taking every opportunity to remind viewers that it's not offered on Time Warner's HBO.
The tech giants look promising regardless of what The Donald tweets.
Apple and Alphabet could cash in.
There could be a major windfall for Fortune 500 companies.
Tesla and Netflix, like Amazon, must be valued outside of standard valuation metrics.
Sony's Crackle says 'I'm out' as Netflix announces a deal reportedly worth as much as $100 million for the comedian's popular online show.
We suspect there will be far more value to be had in the stock market over the next few weeks compared to the last several.