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With yesterday's equity rally reinvigorating the markets, we wanted to provide members with some key updates on oil and potential moves we are eyeing.
Now that cost cuts are over the oil and natural gas explorer is poised to climb.
With protection in place, we want to unleash the potential upside in APA.
OPEC production cuts -- or the lack thereof -- remain a focal point.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Delta, Barracuda Networks, STMicroelectronics, UnitedHealth Group.
This week the markets fell back on earnings -- like Adobe -- and remained afloat, says Jim Cramer.
Fed's rate hike gives markets a midweek boost. In the portfolio, we trim 1 position and add to 3 others.
Positions in Valeant, Buffalo Wild Wings expiring as worthless.
We'd like to take some profit on ADBE and have said we'd beef up our energy stocks.
The find is still in its early stages but is estimated to hold more than 15 billion barrels of oil and gas.
We see the potential for a broader rotation into the energy stocks, given how much they have been beaten down as of late.
After the jobs report, the markets look ahead to the Fed. In the portfolio, we exit a position while adding to 4 others.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer analyzes the day's trending stocks on our daily Facebook Live show, which airs weekdays at 10 a.m. EST.
We'll apply AAP's thesis to strategize an options-related purchase into this energy name.
We intend to nibble at small purchases, keeping in mind that the downward trend could extend in the short-term.
APA has been under pressure since December but Real Money's chartist is watching for a possible reversal.
The stock has been under pressure since December but I am watching for a possible reversal.
Logitech CEO Bracken Darrell tells Jim Cramer that the cloud is the new growth platform for Logitech.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Arconic, Treehouse Foods, Magellan Midstream Partners.
Jim Cramer says if Trump really wants to lower drug prices, he should target our trading partners.
Tesla's slide doesn't spell doom for other carmakers and it might be a buying opportunity for some investors, says Jim Cramer.
We would not be surprised to see investors continue to act cautiously as we wait for upcoming macro data and monetary policy decisions to hit the tape.
Jim Cramer comments on President Donald Trump's recent tweet about Exxon Mobil creating jobs in the U.S.