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Jim Cramer looks at Boeing, Dick's Sporting Goods and more -- and shows investors how to really understand the markets and stock-picking.
Amazon is pushing some of its suppliers to sell goods directly via its marketplace, and reportedly plans a policy change that's likely to go over well with many e-commerce startups.
Dick's can teach you more about what's happening in the overall market than anything else I saw today.
Waymo could take on outside investors, setting a valuation for its industry-leading autonomous driving technology.
The immediate distractions related to the development of its streaming video service will provide opportunities to buy the shares at a good price, since Disney's long-term potential is still supported by unique assets.
The social network may have inadvertently helped prove the presidential candidate's point.
The Democratic presidential candidate isn't exempting Apple from her plan to fix Big Tech.
Facebook's payments play could be huge, but the competition is far from thin.
Nvidia and Mellanox have many common customers, and also a major common competitor in Intel.
With China reducing its GDP forecast and Europe's central bank growing cautious, markets turned lower this week.
Our prudent approach helped us during this week's market selloff, which also led to a rebound in our inverse ETFs.
The Democratic presidential candidate outlined a plan to break up several of the big tech giants. An antitrust expert weighs in on her proposal.
Jim Cramer has some advice for investors who are looking at the jobs report and the other headlines driving the market down Friday.
It's International Women's Day, Costco reported a good quarter and the jobs report fell short of expectations. Here's what's top on Jim Cramer's mind.
Laws such as California's SB826, requiring that publicly held companies elect at least one woman to their boards, are accelerating the placement of women in tech leadership. Research indicates that diversity is better for business, too.
After reaching the age of 68, I know a lot more than I did back in 1968. Here's my note to myself as I was getting ready to go off to college and then on to the real world.
Waymo will start selling its own sensors to help drive down production costs.
Once a serial acquirer of its fiber rivals, the company appears to be as directionless about its future as it did five years ago.
Jim Cramer says investors need to consider the bear the motivation, and they need to consider the big sellers they'll have to outrun.
Why are big institutions running and can you outrace them?
A Cowen analyst downgrades the stock to underperform from market perform and cuts the price target by $10 to $40 a share.
Several tailwinds could lift Chinese stocks, including a change to MSCI's global stock market index.
Breadth has faltered for days, but some familiar names are doing just fine.
Forbes has released its latest list of the richest people, and there are fewer billionaires in the world this year.
Jim Cramer focuses on the specter of slowing growth and political instability in China -- and the importance of a trade deal.
There are signs in the market that the talks may not be going as well as thought, or at least that some believe that Trump thinks he has the upper hand.
Alphabet is rising after analysts at Needham initiate coverage of the stock with a buy rating.
When it comes to companies such as Facebook, Papa Johns and Alphabet, it's time to look past the balance sheets and at the reputation of the company.
This selloff was a pause in the uptrend, not the start of a directional shift. But be cautious.
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