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Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
Wall Street is on pins and needles waiting for Amazon to announce its plans to get into the healthcare space. If Amazon opts to get into the pharmacy space, the financial impact to Walgreens and Rite Aid could be devastating.
The landscape of the grocery store industry is changing rapidly thanks to the rise of digital shopping. That should raise red flags for a host of investors.
Investors will soon turn their attention to Corporate America's outlook for 2019. Here are several stocks that are worth a look.
As wages and transportation costs climb, retailers must be more efficient to keep costs down, say analysts.
Big week for retail. Home Depot , Walmart , Macy's, Walmart , J.C. Penney and Nordstrom all reported, with surprising wins and misses.
Apple's smart speaker has a long ways to go to catch up to the category leaders.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is doing what he does best. PayPal has decided to go shopping, scooping up iZettle for $2.2 billion. The deal makes a ton of sense. Meanwhile, one rock star thinks the Dow will hit 30,000 in two years. Guess who.
There are already plenty of monopolies in big tech. Google isn't alone.
Here's what you need to know now for Friday, May 18.
Compared to the domestic equity market, the Trifecta portfolio delivered a rather favorable performance this week.
It's not too hard to find chip stocks trading at low multiples right now. Here are three for which the risk-reward looks favorable.
In the May Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer talks tech. Watch now to find out which holdings the AAP team likes, why they think Microsoft is the best of all worlds and the one holding they worry about.
While PayPal's acquisition of iZettle was not the best news for Square, it could have been worse.
Clearly, there are good things happening in this sector.
It is two totally different markets when you compare the small-cap action to the big-cap indices.
How is it that a really strong economy can actually hurt investors? Jim Cramer talks about interest rates, inflation, oil and bears.
Here's what you need to know now for Thursday, May 17.
After the first-quarter's big chill from lousy weather, the economy is heating up fast.
Jim Cramer and our other experts look at homebuilder and packaged goods stocks, reasons for the next market crash, and investing in Costco.
Higher gas prices and interest rates could hurt U.S. disposable income, but would help warehouse retailer COST boost its dividend.
Consumers continue to be attracted to Amazon and Costco as they hunt down bargains and deals.
Consumer staples names were considered safe havens, but something has changed.
Walmart beat the Street on both the top and bottom line in its first quarter earnings, but an expected earnings hit from its Flipkart deal and softer-than-expected comparable sales in the U.S. has shares only modestly higher Thursday.
Walmart's first-quarter results leave much to be desired. Here are several weak areas that investors might want to consider more broadly.
Ocado shares rose the most on record Thursday after the U.K. online grocery group signed a deal with U.S. giant Kroger that will pave its entry into the world's biggest food market.
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