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Forget the rate hike narrative you've heard -- utility stocks have been one of the strongest sectors in 2017, and these four stocks are ready to rally from here.
Forget the rate hike narrative you've heard -- utility stocks have been one of the strongest sectors in 2017, and these 4 stocks are ready to rally from here.
Earnings and hopes for a tax plan help lift the markets. Portfolio moves include exiting a utility position.
We're increasing our Apache stake and getting out of American Electric Power.
We are taking advantage of weakness in KeyCorp to add to our position, using a sale of American Electric Power shares to fund the purchase.
Banks kick off earnings season while market concerns take an international focus. Portfolio moves include a downgrade of a tech stock.
Jim Cramer says Whole Foods has historically played the long game, much to its peril on Wall Street.
Some recent high-flying biotechs may be preparing for their next surge.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Exelon and Valley National Bancorp, but he's bearish on AxoGen and SeaDrill Limited.
Political negatives keep popping up, forcing us to rethink the Trump trade, says Jim Cramer.
Pullback opens a door for airline stock; American Electric Power hits resistance.
Syria missile strike and U.S. jobs report cap a rugged week for markets. We make several portfolio moves, including a downgrade.
With yesterday's equity rally reinvigorating the markets, we wanted to provide members with some key updates on oil and potential moves we are eyeing.
We'll take advantage of the selloff in financials, while also taking profits in AEP to build our cash position.
Brouhaha over GOP-led health-care deal is not really threatening the Republic. But you should have an investment plan in place.
Get your plan in place, but understand that the Republic is not in jeopardy.
Fed's rate hike gives markets a midweek boost. In the portfolio, we trim 1 position and add to 3 others.
From Magellan Midstream to Cedar Fair, here are Jim's top picks.
After the jobs report, the markets look ahead to the Fed. In the portfolio, we exit a position while adding to 4 others.
Jim Cramer says there are seven stocks that he especially likes for dividends.
It looks like support could be tested in the days and weeks ahead; wait for a better location to buy.