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TheStreet talks with well-known hedgie Bill Ackman about a range of issues, one being his battle with ADP. Meanwhile, Tesla's earnings stunk.
These stocks may look like bargains, but bottom-fishing is actually the 'most expensive sport in America,' famed chartist Marc Chaikin says.
Companies in the apparel, retail and restaurant sectors could be dumped even more than they have been as 2017 wraps up.
Happy Halloween! Well maybe not for these two companies with some pretty scary stock charts.
The fundamentals are there, supported by earnings. Let's look at the charts.
Friday's breadth was not great, as you can see from the charts.
Cramer reflects on what this quarter holds for incumbents and also goes over four big buys.
In order to survive earnings seasons, you need a series of rules. Here are several of mine.
An influential investment advisory firm urged investors not to back the embattled billionaire's three dissident director candidates, arguing that his case is not "sufficiently compelling..."
A solid quarter for Twitter and optimism over future growth at Nike set off gains in the stocks, which carried over onto broader markets.
Stocks are mostly higher on Thursday, Oct. 26, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average the best performer after a triple-digit tumble a day earlier.
Those names in the sector that I actually like or own are few and far between, and some are not widely followed.
Stocks are higher on Thursday, Oct. 26, as a handful of positive earnings reports keep the mood on Wall Street upbeat.
Stock futures move mostly higher on Thursday, Oct. 26, as a string of positive earnings reports keeps the mood upbeat.
Jim Cramer has a special set of rules for what to buy and where to take a pass.
With McDonald's doing better, who is it hurting? If you say Burger King -- wrong!
Investors will be hard-pressed to find a positive spin on the Chipotle's results Wednesday. Analysts aren't happy and investors are getting fed up.
Closing losses weren't the worst of what the day had to offer, but all indexes did still end the session in the red. You can thank Chipotle and Boeing for that.
What to do when the market gets choppy as hundreds of companies report results.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
A selloff on Wall Street picks up speed on Wednesday, as a series of disappointing earnings encourage bearish sentiment among investors.
Several firms reported both top and bottom line third-quarter misses, as the three major U.S. averages remain in the red on Wednesday.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Chipotle has lost its way.
Earnings disappointments from Advanced Micro Devices and Chipotle Mexican Grill push stocks lower on Wednesday.
Earnings disappointments from Advanced Micro Devices and Chipotle Mexican Grill push stock futures lower on Wednesday.
In various industries, the challengers are struggling and the incumbents shine.
U.S. stock futures suggest Wall Street will open lower on Wednesday, as stocks come off a day in which the Dow notched its 54th record close of the year.
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