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The European Central Bank has had their foot on the gas for a while.
Cramer shares his views on how all retail is not created equal, and also discusses the recent stock grabs in the market.
The market surged this week as positive earnings and a mellower tone from Janet Yellen cheered bulls.
Cramer says it's the sign of a good market: Investors are finding value in the stocks that were left behind.
It's a rare energy play that combines profitability with reduced borrowing costs and few nonperforming assets.
From bank stocks to tech, these are my favorite names.
We will hear from Fed Chair Yellen twice this week, while oil prices are again in focus.
Cramer shares his views on how to buy on the dips and confesses his fondness for rallies.
Jobs report and Fed minutes highlight a short week. In the portfolio, we add one name and downgrade another.
Both groups are signature sectors -- when they rally they show growth.
The whole selloff had an apocalyptic feel.
We held back on any big portfolio moves as the quarter ended with bank stress test results and merger news.
There is no real catalyst driving today's trading, and we are being cautious and focusing on diversification.
We view today's pullback as a chance to buy technology at a discount.