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Kroger, Hershey Among Stagflationary Picks: Bank of America
The threat of stagflation looms, with inflation rampant and the economy likely to slow down. Bank of America has appropriate investing ideas.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/31: Netflix, Microsoft, Apple, Chevron
Jim Cramer says if you want to own a growth stock, pick one that doesn't have chip, supply chain or Covid troubles.
Oil Rout Spooks Stocks: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Tuesday 4/21/20)
Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't take their cue solely from oil futures, but rather should focus on restarting the economy.
More Positives Than Negatives: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap
Despite some downbeat stories and IPO overhang, Jim Cramer says, we're seeing the market rally thanks to the action in some great individual stocks.
What Is a Dividend Aristocrat and How Do You Join the Club?
It's no secret why the list of S&P 500 'dividend aristocrats' is a who's-who of great Wall Street brands. Here's what makes them so special.
Futures Rise Sunday as Fed Chair Yellen Hints at Rate Hike
The Fed previously raised rates in March and June.
Netflix, Goldman Sachs on Docket as Third-Quarter Earnings Season Picks Up Speed
Bellwether earnings reports across a swath of sectors should confirm or contradict Wall Street's high hopes for the third-quarter earnings season.
UnitedHealth Group Stock Edges Lower On Muted 2023 Profit Forecast
UnitedHealth, a Dow component, will host it annual investor event later today in New York.
Roku Stock Slides As KeyBanc Cuts Rating to 'Sector Weight' On Ad Weakness
Roku's eroding market share, and its need for new investment, will pressure near-term profits, according to KeyBanc analyst Justin Patterson.
Tesla Sentiment, Fundamentals Affected By Musk's Twitter Purchase - Morgan Stanley Survey
“Our investor survey reinforces our views that Elon Musk's recent involvement with Twitter has contributed to negative sentiment momentum in Tesla shares," said Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas.
T-Mobile Adds a Fee That Feels Like an AT&T or Verizon Move
Mobile carrier companies are always eager to increase revenue through fees customers pay and to outflank their competition with deals.