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Jim Cramer and our other experts discuss who will be the first trillion dollar company, chip stocks, and market complacency.
Is this is a major turning point or just another hiccup in a market that has had quite a few of them recently?
It is sloppy and a bit ugly out there today but there are no signs yet of a major turn to the downside.
Jim discusses earnings from Nucor and Danaher, recent headlines about Apple, Amazon, Allergan, and more!
The handicapping shows an insanely close race: Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Thursday's trending stocks.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer attributed the initial declines in Thursday's trading session to worries about Apple's iPhone and lackluster results from Procter & Gamble.
During his March Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Jim Cramer discussed the White House's handling of the pending tariffs (hint: he's not happy about it) and which companies will be the next targets.
This deal could be the first real retaliation against the U.S. tech industry.
Those who buy options generally have fewer chances to profit than those who sell them.
Facebook's board of directors has only one minority member. While that's not that unusual for Silicon Valley giants, it's potentially a bigger problem for Facebook than for its rivals.
The list of reasons for my short-term bearishness keeps growing.
Even if a tariff compromise is reached, strained ties between the U.S. and China could affect M&A reviews and telecom equipment deals, and also produce local boycotts.
Jim Cramer says you can't ignore the FANG stocks. They are part of a secular, long-term change in how we think, in how we do things, in how the global economy works.
We've had two big days for stocks, but I used the run-up to short SPY even more.
TD Ameritrade is linking up with Apple for its new beta business chat, allowing customers to message directly with the brokerage firm.
It's rally time on Wall Street once again. From the blowout quarter from Netflix to various political happenings, there is a lot on the plate of investors to digest.
Weak demand for Apple's $349 home speaker won't have a big impact on its quarterly sales. But it could be a sign that Apple's services strategy can hurt its attempts to crack new markets.
Facebook increased Zuckerberg's security budget by 50% last year.
Stocks around the world are showing some resilience in the face of the U.S.-led missile strikes on Syria on Friday. Tesla CEO Elon Musk is in some hot water.
U.S. equity futures gave back earlier gains Monday even as investor concern over prolonged military action in Syria faded following weekend missile strikes in reaction to an alleged chemicals weapons attack last week in the city of Douma.
The markets will face an uphill battle in the coming week in the wake of the U.S. strikes on Syria and a revealing interview by former FBI director James Comey on President Trump.
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