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Earnings season is a bit of a frightening specter right now.
Be cautious on new CB longs and tighten sell-stops on existing longs.
Cramer is taking Honeywell over Boeing and is nervous about AIG.
Sure, we're in a bad moment but is it really worth ditching high-quality stocks to run for the hills? Cramer asks.
There is so much buying power in so many new areas.
Crmer prefers Nvidia over Western Digital and LAM Research over Micron Technology.
The rally has been strong and the bull market is taking a deserved rest, Cramer says.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the financial sector lower today.
This market has taken some frantic turns from one group to the other.
Mark Luschini, chief equity strategist for Janney Montgomery Scott, says the retailers' problems are its own doing.
Shares of Chubb (CB) are up Tuesday afternoon as its price target is raised and its 'outperform' rating maintained at BMO Capital Markets.
Jim Cramer shares his views on how collateral damage is harming stocks and discusses what the jobs report means. Apple, Amazon and Square are among the stocks discussed here.
Growth is important, but too much or too little means trouble for the stock market.
But we may just get a perfect number, showing growth, but spooking the Fed.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the insurance industry higher today.
Shares of Chubb (CB) were up Thursday morning after positive first quarter results after yesterday's market close. Today, JMP increased its price target on the stock.
Cramer thinks Medtronic is fantastic and Norwegian Cruise Line is his favorite in the group.
There are so many mini bulls even the bears from this past January can't keep them at bay, Cramer says.
Cramer says a long list of companies that turn raw commodities into finished products will probably expand, not contract from here, and explains what's going on with Facebook's stock.
Cramer says the market's diverse leadership is a very bullish sign.
Jim Cramer shares his views on mutiny from the orthodoxy. Adobe, Salesforce and Broadcom are among the stocks discussed here.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the financial sector higher today.
Second nature's not working, says Jim Cramer. Investors should look more closely at charts and rely less on orthodoxy.
The world is convinced that the greenback will continue to rally, but the chart says that it is decision time. Which brands love a weak dollar?
Cramer prefers Chubb over MetLife, is sticking with Bank of America and Wells Fargo, and says Occidental Petroleum and Allergan are worth owning.
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