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Cramer shares his views on how to handle hot semiconductor stocks and discusses a monster ETF.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Intel Corp is the #12 broker pick, on average, out of the 30 stocks making up the Dow Jones Industrial Average, according to ETF Channel. Intel Corp also comes in above the median of analyst picks among the broader S&P 500 index components, claiming the #222 spot out of 500.
AMD shares have cooled and were falling slightly in early morning trading Thursday.
Advanced Micro Devices has pulled ahead of Intel when it comes to unveiling the latest server microchips, according to Rosenblatt Securities.
Entrepreneurs must always strive to remain at the forefront of innovation.
Berkshire Hathaway invested billions of dollars into the U.S. airline industry earlier this year.
Apple is nearing completion of construction on its brand new retail location in Chicago.
Cramer says the problem with these great stocks is they tend to get hammered some days and cool off on others, making them a risky bet.
Retailers are struggling with an industry-wide slowdown in sales and as mall foot traffic drops.
Snap is said to have quietly acquired Zenly in late May for $200 million in cash.
Jiang Guorong will begin his new role in September.
The service would come bundled with the company's cars.
The automaker announced plans this week to move some production to China and import to the U.S.
Analyst Scot Ciccarelli sees positive momentum even in a tough environment.
The loan will end the Canadian lender's strategic review process.
An investigation into the organic and natural food company's earnings lasted more than a year but found no need for material changes.
The deal could be valued at up to $6 billion following an auction for the office supply retailer.
China says that punitive trade measures should not be used to try and fix a global glut of the metal.
The packages would include 30-second spots during Amazon's Thursday night NFL games that will stream live exclusively to Prime customers.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg updated the mission to be more group-centric in order to thwart new networking rivals and enact more change.
AT&T senior executive VP Bob Quinn said the company is still unsure what final conditions may be needed as part of the approval process.