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The markets bounced back on easing trade tensions and the banks kicked off first-quarter earnings season.
Art Peck, president and CEO of Gap Inc., tells Jim Cramer his company's success is based on its brand portfolio.
Despite Trump's menacing and hyperbolic tweets, Jim Cramer says, you can really blame Wednesday's stock declines on Fed minutes and shorts that went awry.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Twitter, GTT Communications, Marriott International, Las Vegas Sands, Steel Dynamics, Sprint and more.
Despite the slight miss in CPI headline numbers, we are encouraged by the in line 'core' readings.
Jim Cramer says we're seeing powerful reminders that there's a better time to sell than in the teeth of a decline. Investors must use discipline to their advantage.
Jim talks about this morning's interview with Larry Kudlow on Squawk on the Street, Darden, Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg heading to Capitol Hill, and more!
Looking for opportunities in this volatile market? You might want to start with the stocks that could withstand a trade war with China.
Seven more areas that you should buy on a dip any time trade jitters take the market down.
It was a busy week of initiations and exits as we repositioned the portfolio.
Should we be bearish or bullish now? Let's check.
This is a good opportunity to exit our position, raise cash, and lock in a solid gain.
With the job market continuing to improve we believe the economic expansion remains on track.
We have prepared for this situation that the market is now in through the groundwork we have placed in the recent days.
We set out to reposition the portfolio to be less exposed to tech while at the same time raising a meaningful amount of cash to redeploy in the near-term.
Using newly raised cash to initiate position in Darden and lower basis in JPMorgan Chase.
We'd buy all three if we weren't restricted from purchasing AMZN and GS.
Jim Cramer calls it a tsunami of selling. Not one sector of the stock market got a break in Thursday's tariff-inspired decline.
Stocks fall sharply on Thursday after Donald Trump announced a trade action against China that could be worth $60 billion.
No sector offered respite from Thursday's tariff-inspired selloff.
There are tons of things trying to grab the attention of investors right now from the Facebook data debacle to the Federal Reserve's latest meeting. Stay focused out there bulls and bears.
The Feds accompanying statement came off, to me, as slightly confused.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says he is willing to testify before Congress and is open to regulation in light of the social media giant's data breach scandal; U.S. stock futures lower as Wall Street braces for the fallout from $50 billion in tariffs targeted toward China.
Macy's, Kohl's and other names actually rose Monday despite a terrible tape.
Mixed in with all these negatives and uncertainties, there are great earnings -- and earnings are what investors need to focus on. Here's your game plan for next week.
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