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With global stocks poised for another down day Tuesday, here's some insight from the smartest and most highly regarded investors in the game.
Honeywell fits what we are looking to buy in this market -- quality names that reported strong quarters and are now trading at a discount.
On a CNBC special report, Jim Cramer said he expects the market to open down, and he encouraged investors to have their shopping list ready to do some buying.
Our preference is to add to names that already reported good quarters but are pulling back with the market.
We increased three price targets and upgraded another name as earnings season kicked into gear.
Stocks continue to show little desire to go down. With optimism over tax reform still rising, one research outfit has identified 22 stocks worth buying right now.
The fact remains that none of these stocks have lost their bond market equivalent status.
Scott Santi, chairman and CEO of Illinois Tool Works, tells Jim Cramer his company is making sophisticated technology more accessible to lesser skilled workers.
Fiscal-year earnings fall short of Wall Street's forecast but ITW raises guidance for fiscal 2018.
Jim Cramer maps the roller coaster ride of Wednesday's session: Use strength to ring the register, use weakness to buy your favorites.
Here's what you need to know now for Wednesday, Jan. 24
Jim discusses GE, Comcast, Illinois Tool Works, and Abbott Labs, all of which reported earnings Wednesday morning.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
Delivers strong 2017 results and raises guidance for 2018
The fact remains that none of these stocks has lost their bond market equivalent status
Here are some thoughts into what we will be looking for when each of the companies report.
In today's video, Jim discusses the government shutdown, an Eli Lilly downgrade, Schlumberger after Friday's earnings, and several other market-related topics.
Jim discusses GE, Citigroup's earnings, Facebook's update to its news feed update, and our price target for Activision.
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