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A roundup of Jim Cramer's views on stocks of interest to Mad Money viewers.
Investors continued to rotate into domestic stocks seen benefiting from tax cuts, but without higher estimates, the gains could falter.
Action such as seen on Tuesday creates strong underlying support as those who missed the move still are looking for entry points.
Wages and job numbers rose less than expected, but September payrolls were advised to reverse a loss.
Walt Disney, the largest entertainment company in the world, will open its books for investors on Thursday. But until then, all eyes on the surprising arrest of Saudi Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal.
A roundup of companies callers asked Jim Cramer about on Mad Money.
In this sometimes fickle market, supply and demand are still at play.
If the Nasdaq ETF stays in the red, the bears will get some confidence.
But now that we have a little softness, the charts will be able to develop into some better patterns.
Catalysts such as nuclear bombs, hurricanes and a hawkish Fed have very short half-lives in this market.
There is no technical reason at this time to be overly pessimistic, but many individual stocks are starting to slow after big runs.
It's hard to predict when momentum will slow, but it could be time to take some profits when the market is as strong as this morning.
The dip buyers are still waiting for an opportunity to buy some weakness.
Stocks come off of highs on Tuesday, Sept. 12, as a tech sector in wait-and-see mode countered gains in the financial sector. Here's where stocks are trading at market open on Tuesday.
The technology sector refrained from broader gains on markets Tuesday in wait for Apple's unveiling.
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