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The idea of buying American and hiring American is good news for defense, ag and energy stocks, says Jim Cramer.
A short-term bounce earlier this month failed, and momentum is bearish.
Jim Cramer says acknowledging a Chinese trade war has been taboo.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Caterpillar Inc. is the #27 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel.
Hedge Trump behavior with gold and sell the frackers in 2017, advises hedge fund manager David Einhorn, of Greenlight Capital.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how he had one of his best days in recent memory, and warns you not to look in the rear view mirror.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on animal spirits, and discusses his astonishment at some rising optimism.
Caterpillar may benefit from President-elect Donald Trump's infrastructure spending plans.
Amazon.com has all the qualities we really want from our stocks - now, says Jim Cramer.
The small business survey signals more building, more hiring, and more buying, Jim Cramer says.
Survey says: Maybe business is getting better.
Stocks turn higher Tuesday as crude oil declines and the fourth-quarter earnings season draws closer.
Four more DJIA components that are well below their historic highs.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
The weekly On-Balance-Volume line fell in the last three months as prices rose, a bearish sign.
Jim Cramer breaks down Goldman Sachs' downgrades of Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how January has a lot of nonsense, and reviews his investment troops.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on the deepening of retail stocks' weakness and the Amazon Effect.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about how the market's optimism is misplaced and how to make a strategy from retail's wreckage.
Some companies could make a pretty penny.
The Illinois-based industrial giant is contemplating consolidating production from its Aurora plant, which would shift approximately 800 employees to some of its other U.S. manufacturing facilities.
Chevron, Pfizer, IBM, Caterpillar and Coca-Cola are showing breakout technical charts.
With volume and momentum flagging, bulls may want to nail down profits.