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Step inside Jim Cramer's monthly VIP call for Action Alerts PLUS subscribers and watch him discuss the 14 core holdings in his charitable portfolio.
Micron Technology, PayPal, Nvidia, Activision Blizzard and Lam Research were the best performing tech stocks of 2017.
From the launch of Apple's iPhone X to Bitcoin's rise to frantic dealmaking in the chip sector, here's a look at the most important tech stories from an action-packed 2017.
Gaming companies are soaring to new highs in spite of a changing consumer who has altered nearly every other type of discretionary spending. People -- especially young people -- are still buying gaming consoles, they're still adopting new technology and they're still opting in to expensive services. If you think gaming is dead, you're one of the dumbest on Wall Street.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Groupon, Salesforce.com, Marriott International, Post Holdings, Intel, and Dominion Resources.
With oil seemingly poised to finally bottom, Jim Cramer said he's taking a fresh look at a one-time favorite, Hess Corp.
Which stocks fit the 'profile'? They benefit from the tax overhaul and are under-loved by Wall Street, says Jim Cramer.
The GOP tax plan is here. TheStreet takes a look at how to invest off this key piece of legislation.
Despite favorable news, ATVI and AAPL shares have been pressured of late.
With MSFT shares poised not too far from our cost basis, we will use this opportunity to add to the position.
The Nasdaq crossed 7,000 for the first time on Monday but ended just points below that level.
In today's video, Jim Cramer discusses our newest initiation in Honeywell, a recent analyst upgrade of Activision Blizzard, a new data trial from Allergan, tax reform and trade.
Activision Blizzard wants to take you to the next level.
Stocks across the board set record highs on Monday, as Wall Street preps for passage of a U.S. tax reform bill.
Jim Cramer gives an exclusive sneak peak into the Action Alerts Plus core holdings for 2018 - Check out the first of Jim's 14 core holdings
There is a big deal brewing in the supermarket aisle, while the stock market continues to be on fire as investors digest Trump's tax plan.
Thanks to content sales, eSports and other opportunities, game developers are growing their addressable market. Investors have noticed.
Jim Cramer highlights T-Mobile US, Take-Two Interactive, Activision Blizzard, Owens Corning and more.
Weakness has been a clarion call to sell for so many, when it's really the buying opportunity that so few people recognize.
Investor confidence is the highest its been in 17 years, according to a Wells Fargo/Gallup survey.
Growth is here to stay, and value is for more than just the old strongholds.
In today's video, Jim Cramer discusses an Activision Blizzard upgrade, a review of NXP Semiconductors' fair value and Comcast's decision not to pursue Fox assets.
The CWL Dallas Open culminated with Team Kaliber claiming the top-place finish during a fiercely competitive tournament in Call of Duty®: WWII.
The first open tournament of what could be the most exciting season yet of the Call of Duty® World League (CWL) gets underway today through Sunday (December 8 -10) at the CWL Dallas Open.
Jim Cramer discusses Call of Duty: WW 2 sales for Activision Blizzard, Broadcom, infrastructure spending's impact on Nucor and Waste Management, and what another interest rate hike means for Citigroup and KeyCorp -- from the NYSE.
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