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Trifecta Stocks closed one position and added to another as we head into the heart of earnings season.
We're closing out of Foot Locker, and bulking up on Universal Display.
President Trump just made a pair of appointments that could mean billions of dollars for companies like Boeing and General Electric.
Friday's Retail Sales figures were lower than expected, and we are preparing for rising volatility on the back of geopolitical uncertainty.
Reports that Alphabet is looking to invest big in LG's light-emitting diode display business are leading shares of Universal Display to trade off a bit.
The wide miss in the jobs number was just the latest data point confirming the slowdown of the domestic economy.
Even with a trifecta of worries, stocks hold tight thanks to decisive U.S. action in Syria, says Jim Cramer.
We shed one portfolio position during a relatively mixed week of action for the markets.
We know that we are in the era when index managers are ascendant.
We scaled into one position on weakness and added 2 names to the Bullpen as the first quarter came to a close.
We scaled into 2 positions this week, as the market declined on political and earnings uncertainties.
The semiconductor giant could surprise investors with huge gains.
Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' sets records while positives continue to add up for Universal Display and Applied Materials.
The top 64 companies taking a trip to TheStreet's 2017 Market Bracket Challenge tournament.
With the market’s continued climb, several portfolio positions are nearing our price targets.
Investors should look to take some profits in the auto space.
Jim Cramer is bearish on Michael Kors, Cameco, Tableau Software and Chicago Bridge & Iron.
Jim Cramer says economic fundamentals remain strong and this market's rallying with relief at Fed's anticipated rate hike.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Applied Materials, Inc. is the #9 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity.
Markets moved lower for the week, as a solid jobs report paved the way for a Fed rate hike next Wednesday.
Markets moved lower for the week, while a solid jobs report paved the way for a Fed rate hike next Wednesday.