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The market's an Energizer bunny and it's been a remarkable five weeks, Cramer says.
Market rally brings embattled sectors along for the ride. Portfolio moves include adding a new name.
Hasbro's credit rating was upgraded by Moody's, in part because of the company's growing line of 'girls products' such as Disney Princess.
The stock has been jumping but a one-week delay in earnings may result in a buying opportunity.
Fitbit is acquiring intellectual property and staff from Pebble, which is being shut down. Reports have suggested the deal cost between $34 million and $40 million.
Adobe Digital Insights says so far this holiday shopping season $52 billion has been spent online, but mobile sales are lagging.
Consumers continue to make the holiday shopping season very festive, according to new data.
Cramer shares his views on how the world hates tech right now and opines that taking a step back might give some perspective.
On Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Hasbro (HAS) toys remained the most sought-after items at brick-and-mortar retailer Target (TGT) and on e-commerce site Amazon.com (AMZN).
Jim Cramer ponders how some stocks are the way they are. And how other stocks are the way they are, too.
OPEC deal is among the highlights as markets finish off an explosive November. In the portfolio, we adjust the size of some of our positions.
That's a nice surprise, but tech is still among the victims of the chaos.
Amazon Web Services is building up a formidable range of features and partners, challenging the big enterprise software providers.
In previous tech sector declines, it did not pay to buy the first day after the crash.
Henry Schein and CBRE CEOs tell Cramer they anticipate growth opportunities.
Cramer wonders if this market has gotten too enthusiastic for the Trump agenda.
You have to start small. No hurry, because oil will meet resistance at $50.
The CEOs of PVH and Marathon tell Jim Cramer they're seeing gains following the election.
Jim Cramer says he prefers Celgene to Gilead, and Walgreens Boots Alliance to Express Scripts.
Jim Cramer remains a fan of industrials, transports, banks and domestic oil producers.
Wall Street was torn in two with the energy sector marching the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher, while health care and tech weighed on the Nasdaq.
We'll purchase more shares of these 2 names as we keep our eye on ignored sectors.
Traders and investors alike want to buy banks in this new environment, not technology shares, says Jim Cramer.