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With investors seeking shelter in utilities, the ETFs may be too pricey now.
Moody's, NutriSystem, Amerco, Brown & Brown and CMS Energy all downgraded.
Cramer says the pin action in the athletic footwear business has never been better.
Hain Celestial is well positioned for the surge in sales of organic baby food.
Cramer would want to get out the stock, but he's sticking by Dresser-Rand.
Cramer says another buyback should shore up shares.
Cramer likes the chemical producer as a six-week trade.
The top 10 stocks on the S&P 500 -- and the bottom 10 -- can help you see what's possible in the rest of 2005.
The Oracle of Omaha is shopping for a utility, and Cramer's found what he believes is a likely target.
Many range-bound stocks in the sector are starting to catch bids anew.
These sectors of the economy look poised to do well.
There are various ways to do so. Profit opportunity is there in energy, utilities and defense.
You don't need a lot of money to turn a profit that would make Warren Buffett proud.
TXU and CMS fare better, but results across the energy sector are mixed.
The struggling energy company endures a 19% selloff, even as it shuffles its board.
Earnings reports ignite a rally in one stock while punishing another.
Despite a slew of corporate earnings and economic news, all eyes will be on the war.
Two big utilities suffer sharp selloffs after telling investors they'll cut their payouts.
Geopolitical angst and/or crummy economic news reverses Thursday's advance.
Soon, losses will be all you have when this poor excuse for an industry finally crumbles utterly.
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