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Crossing Wall Street Editor Eddy Elfenbein doesn't expect run-ups in three Dow stocks to continue.
Sector rotation is behind the selloff in technology shares this week, not simply a fear of Trump's protectionism, says Jim Cramer.
The market has a hate affair with growth, according to Jim Cramer.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
Cramer wonders if this market has gotten too enthusiastic for the Trump agenda.
The decline in several big-name tech stocks is indicative of investors moving funds into other sectors, CNBC's Bob Pisani said.
You know that money coming in from the sidelines? It's pretty much gone.
Do you want to go with big recent earnings or better long-term forecasts?
The Nasdaq has gained since the election, but is badly lagging the Dow. That needs to change, Cramer said.
Jim Cramer remains a fan of industrials, transports, banks and domestic oil producers.
Four Top Trump Stocks: Caterpillar, Buffalo Wild Wings, Aetna and JPMorgan Chase
This rally isn't just about Trump, Cramer says. He thinks investors are cheering the economic outlook.
At some point, this market optimism will falter, and investors should be prepared.
This is a different sort of discipline: that of not ringing the register.
The agricultural equipment company still projects weak crop prices and farm incomes.
We have a host of positives that can and do seem to be playing out.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how faster growth won't be easy and how the debt and deficits are out of control.
Cramer shares his views on taking risk in retail and why some beats are better. TJX, Starbucks and NXP Semi are among the stocks discussed.
Cramer shares his views on how much further Citigroup and Goldman Sachs have to run and cautions that you can't wait for everyone to love a stock.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
People are circling back to such names as Ulta and Starbucks.
Patience is a virtue, especially with some hated stocks that could turn out to be winners.
These 'wing and a prayer' stocks are full of surprises.
The ag equipment maker provides an outlook that indicated the prolonged farm slump might finally be bottoming out
Patience is a virtue, especially with some of these names.
The economic landscape for farming and farming-related businesses has been among the worst since the Great Depression. How will Deere (DE) fare when it reports earnings this week?
There is optimism in the construction industry, thanks to a Donald Trump presidency. But because of immigration potentially hurting farming, Deere has been in investors' crosshairs.