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For the time being, Jim Cramer is sticking with Constellation Brands over Brown-Forman.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer previews Brown-Forman's earnings, released on Wednesday.
Jim Cramer has the game plan for next week, including earnings from Thor Industries and HD Supply.
Lowe's says it missed earnings expectations because it paid down a lot of debt.
U.S. stock futures are marginally higher on Wednesday ahead of minutes from the Federal Reserve's last meeting, and after Moody's lowers the credit rating for China.
Brown-Forman affirmed it was not interested in selling to the owner of spirits including Corona and Svedka Vodka.
Adam Selipsky, president and CEO of Tableau Software, tells Jim Cramer about what this visual analytics platform can do for business.
Jim Cramer lays out next week's game plan: Tech stocks look strong, but same-store sales are sinking retail.
All eyes will be on Louisville this weekend, but the Bluegrass State has a wealth of companies and two high-profile politicians.
Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly results from Brown-Forman released on Tuesday before the markets open.
On Tuesday, March 7, investors await quarterly results from Urban Outfitters.
Brown-Forman will report earnings on Tuesday, but Cramer finds the alcohol industry 'uniquely challenged.'
The bull keeps motoring to new highs, but warning lights are flashing that the engine is about to die. Here are the moves to make in the week ahead.
After the bullish run stocks have enjoyed for the last year, you'd better get your guard up.
These are the five stocks to play.
Avon, Revlon, Iconix and Coca-Cola European Partners were the top players in January.
For those who want an extra spike in their morning coffee, there's now Jack Daniel's coffee.
The deal for the West Virginia company is the latest in a spate of bourbon deals, including Constellation's purchase of High West Distillery and Rémy Cointreau's purchase of Westland Distillery.
On Wednesday, December 7, investors await quarterly results from Costco and Starbucks' annual investor day.
The markets will be watching important developments in Europe this week along with earnings reports from major U.S. companies.
These dividend stocks are poised to increase their payouts to shareholders soon.
A well-positioned portfolio requires both offensive and defensive holdings. Famed investors Warren Buffet, Benjamin Graham, John Neff and others can guide a strategy that includes both types of stocks.
U.S. stocks moved slightly lower early Wednesday, despite a better-than-expected reading on private payrolls.
On Wednesday, August 31, investors await quarterly results from Salesforce.com and a key data point tracking private payrolls.
Earnings season is winding down, but a few major companies are set to release their latest results this week.
David Bechtel, portfolio manager at Barrow Street Capital, see all three stocks going higher.