|Day Low/High||93.88 / 95.97|
|52 Wk Low/High||76.27 / 100.11|
We are looking to buy into weakness today, even though the market has gotten significantly tougher over the past few days.
Our GLUM Index stocks will be hit hard by this trade war.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Okta, Celgene, GasLog Partners, Neutral Tandem, Altria, Axovant Sciences, Lowe's and more.
Jim Cramer says investors need to be cautious, as trade tensions are just one of the things causing markets to whiplash. But he's got your game plan for next week.
The late-session comeback in the equity markets has pushed the stock above our previous sale price.
Consumers are in a good mood, according to latest Commerce Dept. report.
Today's CPI numbers come ahead of tomorrow's May PPI data and the Fed's interest rate decision.
Prices have improved the past two weeks or so but the downtrend from early January is still intact.
Quarterly guidance is often what propels or torpedoes a stock in earnings season. Heavyweight names Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon may have the right idea on wanting to end guidance, but Wall Street just isn't ready for it yet.
Could quarterly guidance become a thing of the past?
Jim discusses the canceled summit with North Korea and what it means for Raytheon, inflation and a possible 232 investigation into automobile imports. Plus a member's question on Nvidia!
Corporate America may not be giving it straight to investors. That could come back to bite them in the remaining quarters of 2018.
We initiated a small position in Anadarko Petroleum and made several price target and ratings changes.
The markets strongly rebounded this week as a few of the major averages pushed into positive year-to-date territory.
While the monthly CPI and core CPI slightly missed expectations, we actually view this as a plus for the market.
Jim discusses Amazon, oil and the U.S. withdrawing from the Iran deal, our decision to trim Darden Restaurants earlier this morning and more!
We will add to our starter position before the stock potentially rallies too fast.
Our macroeconomic outlook remains positive.
The second reading on first quarter GDP estimates will be released on May 30th.
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