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A rebound late in the week helps the markets recover from a bout of selling. We add a name to the portfolio.
The most recent short interest data has been released for the 10/31/2017 settlement date, which shows a 818,236 share decrease in total short interest for Illinois Tool Works, Inc. , to 5,303,803, a decrease of 13.37% since 10/13/2017.
Top strategists say these names can give you plenty to be thankful for.
Boeing, Caterpillar and Illinois Tool Works are just a few of the companies benefiting.
Block out the noise, stick to the fundamentals, stay disciplined and let this market play out.
Everything's set up to compound it, and that's just what's happening.
A not-so-hot-day for the market, says Jim Cramer, but it pays to be optimistic about the stocks of companies that deliver good earnings numbers.
Delivers strong financial results and raises earnings guidance for 2017
Being right about how wrong the markets might be will lose you money. That said, you can continue to make money in this market given multiple catalysts that still exist.
Earnings get most of the market's focus as the Dow tops 23K. In the portfolio, we add to one position while trimming another.
All the great stocks have artificial intelligence and e-commerce in common.
Don't look now, but here comes earnings season. In the portfolio, we added to one position and trimmed two others.
The markets' climb hits a detour at the end of the week. In the portfolio, after adding five names to the bullpen, we promoted one of them to the portfolio.
This is the kind of action you get when you have a real bull market.
Shares of the pharma giant could be ready for a big upside move.
Eric Shander, CEO of open-source software provider Red Hat, tells Jim Cramer about growth opportunities in Europe.
Sanjay Poonen, COO of Customer Operations at VMWare, tells Jim Cramer about his company's partnership with Amazon's AWS.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Southwest, Delta, General Electric, and Portola Pharmaceuticals.
From Apple's orders and funds liquidating winners to the slow-growing cloud narrative, Jim Cramer explains why he thinks this is selloff is really an opportunity.
Just because you think a stock is going up doesn't mean you should buy it right away.
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