|Day Low/High||62.71 / 63.31|
|52 Wk Low/High||42.31 / 64.60|
We want to jump on this weakness to put money to work.
Nothing has changed with fundamentals, so 'good names' have gone on sale.
We are actively monitoring both our current holdings and bullpen names for any opportunities to scale in deeper or initiate a new position.
Don't worry about missing anything, we haven't solved the bond conundrum and the evidence says we get to 3% with selloffs on the way.
This is why we added a blanket of protection earlier this week.
Jim discusses an analyst upgrade of Allergan, the super cycle concerns of Apple and how it impacts Broadcom, defense names in the bullpen, and a busy week of earnings.
We increased three price targets and upgraded another name as earnings season kicked into gear.
If you are looking for the best dividend stocks out there, look no further than these top dividend aristocrats.
Martin Anstice, president and CEO of Lam Research, tells Jim Cramer about the impact of silicon on our daily lives.
Jim Cramer says if you believe oil is heading higher, then you should be a believer in Diamondback Energy.
Politics, Davos, news -- none of it matters as much as earnings. Here's Jim Cramer's game plan for next week.
Jim Cramer highlights Axon Enterprise, WW Grainger, Maxim Integrated Products, Andeavor Logistics.
Jim discusses Honeywell and Abbott Labs earnings as well as Broadcom and the oils.
Scott Santi, chairman and CEO of Illinois Tool Works, tells Jim Cramer his company is making sophisticated technology more accessible to lesser skilled workers.
Jim Cramer's bullish on Dominion Energy, U.S. Concrete, Banco Santander, Republic First Bancorp, First Horizon National, and NVIDIA.
Bracken Darrell, president and CEO of Logitech International, tells Jim Cramer about growth in do-it-yourself home security.
Bryan Jordan, CEO of First Horizon National, tells Jim Cramer his company is seeing benefits from deregulation, tax reform and improving consumer sentiment.
Jim Cramer maps the roller coaster ride of Wednesday's session: Use strength to ring the register, use weakness to buy your favorites.
The Dow jumped 41 points to secure a new record close on Wednesday.
Following this strong quarter, we are raising our price target.
Jim discusses GE, Comcast, Illinois Tool Works, and Abbott Labs, all of which reported earnings Wednesday morning.
Chief exec Miles White says the healthcare giant wants to reduce the large amounts of debt it took on to make recent acquisitions.
Stocks trade at record highs on Wednesday, getting a boost from a decline in the U.S. dollar.
The healthcare company on Jan. 24 unveiled fourth-quarter results that beat analysts' top and bottom line estimates.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
Here are some thoughts into what we will be looking for when each of the companies report.
In today's video, Jim discusses the government shutdown, an Eli Lilly downgrade, Schlumberger after Friday's earnings, and several other market-related topics.
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