|Day Low/High||60.22 / 62.92|
|52 Wk Low/High||28.79 / 57.38|
This quarter's proven to be one of tremendous, nearly unrecognizable bounty.
With higher highs and higher lows, the chart is in great shape.
We added to one position during a very positive week for the portfolio given significant gains in several tech holdings.
The surprisingly strong results from Seagate Technology may do more than bolster its own stock. It could kickstart a rally in Micron, Western Digital and more, Jim Cramer says.
Both stocks were highlighted in recent Barron's articles, focusing on some of the positives that we like in these names.
Cramer reflects on IBM's stock and also explores how some stocks may be cheaper than we think.
The markets shook off multiple negatives to finish higher as we head into a busy reporting week for the portfolio.
Reactions to results of Big Blue and Lam Research are about the future, not the past.
Lam Research beat earnings per share and revenue estimates; it also topped guidance expectations for next quarter. Jim Cramer has concerns, though.
Competitor Lam Research tops expectations and provides healthy 2018 guidance.
All the great stocks have artificial intelligence and e-commerce in common.
Cramer explains about summer soldiers, and also considers how supply is begetting demand for Micron shares.
We initiated a position in a former holding during a solid week for the portfolio.
AMAT could be part of a new age of rallies of all the names that were really hot in 1999.
Cross currents in supply and demand make for difficult trading.
If Micron is able to hold the $41 level, it will be important for the stock. But more than that, it could be another catalyst to other tech stocks, Jim Cramer says.
Goldman Sachs is getting involved in Bitcoin and Jim Cramer says watch Nvidia.
Rapid changes in and intense demand for semiconductor and display technology should keep several companies in the tech sector humming.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Kohl's, Moelis & Company and Yelp.
Jim Cramer says that even with sadness and uncertainty around us, the financial markets remain steadfast.
Waste Management, FedEx, Applied Materials, Autodesk and Adobe are waiting in the wings.
Pay less attention to the daily noise and more to individual stocks.
Cramer reflects on who wants tax reform less and also explores a strange new trend.
Jim Cramer is bullish on General Dynamics, Raytheon, Commercial Metals, Altria and MasTec.
Despite North Korea, Trump's tweets, hurricanes, and past crashes, we made it through this historically hurtful month. What's next? Cramer's got his game plan.
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