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TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from EOG Resources.
This options strategy for Apache defines our risk and provides similar upside as owning the stock.
One-time darling Fitbit has lost its way, while Garmin finds the quickest path to success, says Jim Cramer.
New Waste Management CEO James Fish tells Jim Cramer he's bullish on recycling volume.
Jim Cramer is bullish on T-Mobile, Box and Treehouse Foods. He's bearish on Verizon and Best Buy.
Jim Cramer knows this administration is pro-business, but Washington isn't the only place building business and market strength.
We have waited for investors to wash out of the name over the last week, and after the market adjusts in the near term, we see potential for a climactic turnaround.
We believe the selloff is overdone and discounts the opportunity in the back half of 2017 and into 2018.
Apache (APA) shares climbed premarket despite reporting a net loss well below estimates.
If you are already long the space, you likely need some protection at this point.
Markets keep surging amid strong earnings and upbeat Fed commentary. In the portfolio, we add to 3 positions and trim 4.
President Trump signed a resolution rolling back a rule requiring energy companies to disclose payments to foreign governments aimed at curbing bribery.
We're reducing our Arconic position while buying more Snap-On.
APA's Alpine High update showed weaker well results than many on the buyside had been expecting, but we believe this is not yet indicative of what the discovery can actually produce.
Earnings and talk of the administration's tax plan invigorate markets. We add 2 positions to the portfolio and drop an energy name.
We will continue to look for an opportunity to exit the position.
We'll nibble a little more at APA, raising our position up to its initial weighting.
Jim Cramer does not like how CEO Vicki Hollub is running the company and does not recommend buying the stock.
How the utilities, bonds, the yen and gold are interrelated, and will the market notice?
This oil play's prospects are much more tantalizing than other 'plain' E&Ps.
Earnings, Trump and the Fed contribute to a dizzying market mix. In the portfolio, we add to one position while trimming another.
The Senate voted in favor of a resolution to repeal a regulation requiring energy companies to disclose payments made to foreign governments, sending it to President Trump's desk.
H&R Block CEO Bill Cobb tells Jim Cramer this tax preparer is focused on new initiatives, best tax service for customers.