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Jim Cramer doesn't like retail and he doesn't like health care stocks. Here's why.
Jim Cramer says he does not like the retail and health care sectors right now.
American Express shares fall in after-hours trading amid mixed fourth-quarter financial results.
TJX and COST have other positives to fall back on.
Stock-picker also favors Apache Corp., Costco, HPE and AEP.
Jim Cramer does not like any fast casual restaurant stocks, except Panera.
But revenue fell slightly short of consensus in the fourth quarter.
Cramer questions how Constellation Brands could make Mexican beer in the U.S.
Cramer shares his views on why selling Bank of America should not be easy and examines the big waves from a small-business survey.
Some Walmart and Jet.com executives will move to different roles.
Trump's press conference puts a charge into an otherwise flat week. We add a position to the portfolio.
Amazon's new credit card offers an impressive 5% cash back on Amazon.com purchases.
European stocks have been battered recently, and investors are missing out on opportunities, according to one fund manager.
Check out the ripple effect on Home Depot, Domino's, American Express and others.
The retailer continues to show strength and resilience.
These four Dow components (and eight others I'm watching) are nowhere near record highs.
In a study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages, for the underlying components of the S&P 500, Costco Wholesale Corp has taken over the #84 spot from Abbott Laboratories , according to ETF Channel. Below is a chart of Costco Wholesale Corp versus Abbott Laboratories plotting their respective rank within the S&P 500 over time (COST plotted in blue; ABT plotted in green): In forming the rank, the analyst opinions from the major brokerage houses were tallied, and averaged; then, the underlying components were ranked according to those averages.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
Markets start 2017 on a high note, avoiding the pullbacks that have kicked off recent years.
Rosalind Brewer has been CEO of Sam's Club since February 2012.
Turnover and training costs are 'big' for retail, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
While department stores and apparel retailers suffer from changing consumer spending trends, the warehouse club excelled in December.
In the new economy, don't waste consumers' time and interrupt their ability to multitask.
Costco delivered on sales in December, and higher member fees could be on the way.
Amazon-resistant stores had bumper year, while the rest suffered heavily.