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Markets pressed higher this week as the U.S. and Mexico came to an agreement on trade.
Cash raised through these sales will provide us with a war-chest to buy weakness.
Let's check and see if the bullish divergences are still going to play out.
Markets pushed higher this week with the S&P 500 hitting a record high and showing resilience through several politically volatile events.
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We heard earnings from portfolio holdings Nvidia and Nordstrom this week, with one report bullish and the other bearish.
Jim discusses how the developments out of Turkey are affecting the U.S. markets.
We lowered our price target and our rating on Cimarex and upgraded our rating on Illinois Tool Works.
For those looking for the key takeaway of the call, herewith the 11 investing lessons we discussed.
Jim discusses Amazon's advertising business, Twilio, the oils, 3M, Emerson Electric, PepsiCo, Nvidia and much more. He also answers member questions about Facebook and Apple!
Jim discusses Indra Nooyi stepping down as CEO of PepsiCo in October, DowDuPont, Illinois Tool Works' buyback and dividend hike, and 3M!
Assessing PepsiCo's CEO change and Illinois Tool Works' dividend hike.
Markets edged higher in what was a busy week from both a political and economic perspective.
Jim discusses some early morning movers, the banks, BP's quarter and growth turnaround, Apple and much more. Plus, he answers a member's question!
We made five price target changes and two ratings changes during a busy earnings week.
Recent moves in industrial stocks demonstrate the importance of buying hated stock/groups when your conviction is high.
There's a lot happening both inside and outside the portfolio.
A bullish divergence from the momentum study and a bullish weekly OBV line point to the possibility of a rally in the weeks ahead.
Jim Cramer says tariffs and trade could be tough on some stocks, but he's optimistic about earnings season.
Stocks ended mixed Monday with the S&P 500 and Nasdaq up modestly while the Dow slipped ahead of an earnings report from Alphabet.
We are reducing our MMM position the day before earnings to minimize our potential downside risks.
Illinois Tool Works reported earnings of $1.97 per share on revenue $3.831 billion.
The quality of stock performance is once again important.
Jim discusses defense and oil, our disappointment with Illinois Tool Works' earnings, Amazon, Honeywell, the banks and more!
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