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In the June Action Alerts PLUS members' call, Cramer addressed an AAP member's question about the portfolio's FAANG positions and whether that makes it diversified. Watch now for his answer!
Cramer explains when it's okay to use profits from one trade to get in on another.
U.S. stock futures tumble as Donald Trump reportedly is set to impose tariffs on about $50 billion in imports from China; AT&T closes its $85 billion purchase of Time Warner; China has given the OK to Qualcomm's acquisition of NXP Semiconductors, a report says.
Wall Street looks to a rocky end to the week as futures tumbled on reports of further tariff news coming out of the White House.
Investors will soon turn their attention to Corporate America's outlook for 2019. Here are several stocks that are worth a look.
Big cap names traded flat, but tech and momentum plays saw gains.
For today at least, it's all about companies that produce and deliver entertainment.
Twitter is trying to make it easier to follow big events in real-time, Microsoft is reportedly working on an Amazon Go alternative and Alphabet's Waymo continues to make impressive progress.
All of these companies would be losers from a trade war focused on intellectual property.
Comcast detailed its offer for assets of 21st Century Fox including expected cost savings of $2 billion.
Look no further than these 10 stocks when starting a portfolio. They offer a mix of stable names and companies with high growth potential.
You need more than tech to get a real broad-based advance and we have failed to get that.
While the space certainly hasn't lost all its momentum, a pullback has manifested.
Jim Cramer says higher rates always trigger rotations. Here's what investors should expect.
Long-time Cisco CEO John Chambers is now leading a venture capital firm he founded called JC 2. Chambers talks with TheStreet on the latest 'Jolt' podcast about the future of technology and his newest venture.
Fed signals more rate hikes than expected, putting a hold on the equities markets for now.
Though many tech stocks still trade at reasonable valuations, the increases in some companies look more questionable.
The Amazons, Facebooks and Apples of the world may now ratchet up their spending on media properties and companies even higher.
This decision is all about trying to save the traditional media in a world where the odds favor their extinction.
Though many tech stocks still trade at reasonable valuations, some recent run-ups look questionable.
Comcast and Disney drop after hours on the prospects of a bidding war, while Twenty-First Century Fox shoots higher. Judge Richard Leon's ruling has implications for industries from media to health.
Don't have to dig through 450 pages of lawyer-speak? Here's a look at what Facebook revealed to Congress, what they didn't, and what it could mean.
When rotations slow or pause, investors return to the new classics.
A special rundown of what we think is deserving of your attention in the space.
Donald Trump's meeting with Kim Jong Un was upbeat, but the market has yawned. Bankers are on pins and needles ahead of a judge's decision Tuesday on AT&T's bid for Time Warner. Meanwhile, are investors truly bullish on the market?
Global fund managers haven't been this bullish on U.S. corporate profits in seventeen years, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, and are rotating out of European and emerging market stocks as a result.
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