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This episode of 'Mad Money' is less about picking stocks and more about teaching investors how the market works so they can make the best investment decisions.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Goldman Sachs is a value play in an already cheap sector.
We'll sell shares of Allergan, Apache and GE, which have trended lower for a year. Plus, an announcement on our annual donation to charity!
According to C.J. Lawrence analysts, financial stocks are priced at historically low multiples for a period of economic expansion.
Initiations/Exits, Price Target Updates and Ratings Changes are all here.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa got a front row seat at the Goldman Sachs Technology & Internet Conference so listen to him, along with tech editor Nelson Wang and Chief Correspondent Tracy Byrnes, talk all things tech so you can make smarter trading decisions this week.
Companies are sitting on tons of cash, in part thanks to the tax reform plan. Indications are executives are keen on hiking dividends with that excess cash.
Charles Schwab's Chief Strategist Liz Ann Sonders talked to us about how to financial advisory world needs to wake up to the fact that more 50% of household assets are controlled by women. Plus she did a full podcast with #AlphaRising and we tackled everything from the state of the markets to bitcoin.
Believe it or not, not all of corporate America is looking at the new tax code like kids in a candy store.
Though they have their uses, Bitcoin and Ethereum also feature some big technical disadvantages relative to the older solutions that they aim to disrupt, conference speakers pointed out.
The Nasdaq wasn't able to hold on to gains from earlier in the session.
Citigroup boosted CEO Michael Corbat's pay to $23 million, even as the bank failed to meet the CEO's own profitability goal for a third straight year, and as it reported a full-year net loss of $6.2 billion due to the write-off of tax credits that management had touted as a competitive advantage.
The Goldman Sachs board of directors gave CEO Lloyd Blankfein a 9% pay raise in 2017 to $24 million, even as the firm turned in its worst performance in years.
If you aren't bullish on stocks, why not? This one chart suggests that you should be interested in buying the biggest stocks in the world.
As quick as last week's selloff occurred, this rebound higher has been just as fast, and we would not be surprised to see the market retest at some point.
Jeff Weiner said LinkedIn is really flourishing under Microsoft's ownership.
Bill Ready argues that eBay's plans to gradually replace PayPal as its main payment option aren't as bad as feared for his company.
Check out this nifty data from S&P Global if you are terrified of rising interest rates from the Federal Reserve.
Mark Hurd talked up the potential of Oracle's cloud business and downplayed possibilities for M&A at the annual tech conference in San Francisco.
We are calling up GS from the bullpen this morning on indications that inflationary pressures are rising.
Amid recurring talks of a sale, Jack Dorsey told investors at the Goldman Sachs tech conference that independence suits Twitter well.
Both banks should hold up well if price pressures continue to heat up.
Jim Cramer asks if you can recognize when you're getting needlessly greedy? Stick to the rules if you want to stay in the game for the long term.
Stocks are doing their best to claw back gains after entering correction territory. Is the selling over?
The CEO of Google's cloud business talked made the case for her company's services over those of its formidable rivals at the annual tech conference in San Francisco.
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