|Day Low/High||43.66 / 45.25|
|52 Wk Low/High||14.25 / 26.82|
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Estee Lauder has figured out something that so few really have.
Infosys, CenturyLink, Cisco and other tech names were struggling Friday alongside troubling news from Washington and terror attacks in Spain.
Three analysts raised their price target on AMAT stock, the lowest of which implies about 40% upside.
Estée Lauder has figured out something that so few really have.
Traders should stand aside from AMAT on the long side.
We would suggest subscribers use any weakness in AMAT or OLED shares to their advantage and add to their positions.
I think the excitement is about to come to an abrupt end.
Tax reform? Infrastructure package? Take a number.
U.S. stock futures are lower on Thursday.
Jim Cramer pores over the charts of three key chipmakers with Carolyn Boroden.
Jim Cramer says a well-diversified portfolio is a lot like a well-balanced and winning football team.
War of words with North Korea draws market's attention amid signs of slowing economy.
Prices have pulled back again towards $42, but our indicators have weakened.
Like Apple, Amazon and others, Microsoft is betting investors won't care if it only reports GAAP earnings.
Despite an off week for several of our Nasdaq names, we continue to be encouraged by favorable data points that have emerged this earnings season.
We see uncertainty taking investor mindshare over the coming weeks.
Jim Cramer says some sellers are making a big mistake by not giving top-notch CEOs the benefit of the doubt despite earnings upheaval.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Hertz Global Holdings, Honeywell, PetMed Express, and Allergan.
We fine-tuned our holdings this week, taking advantage of the market's continued climb.
The Dutch chip equipment giant is seeing very strong demand from memory makers in the middle of a boom cycle.