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With restaurant stocks, buy value meals rather than marked-down but still-overpriced items.
We will use our substantial cash position to build our PepsiCo stake at an attractive price.
Jim Cramer considers the effect the strong jobs report may have on the Federal Reserve's plan to raise interest rates in 2016.
Plus, a breakdown of key takeaways and its impact for the Charitable Trust portfolio.
We're closing our Jack-in-the-Box position, initiating PepsiCo and beefing up Cisco.
A breakdown of key takeaways, and what it means for Fed rate increases this year.
Jack in the Box Inc. (NASDAQ: JACK) will participate in two upcoming investment conferences.
Oil controls the market, but it can create some opportunities, Cramer says. Here's his game plan.
This week saw more gains for stocks, which remain joined at the hip with surging oil prices. Some portfolio positions reported strong earnings.
Shake Shack is expected to report fourth-quarter earnings March 7 as McDonald’s turns up the heat. Will McDonald’s eat Shake Shack’s lunch?
When fear trumps rational thinking, that's when sellers remorse can set in, Cramer says.
The $70 to $80 area is now overhead resistance and the $60-$55 zone is the next support area.
Americans scarred by the Great Recession want low prices.
While the major chains posted solid fourth-quarter earnings, they're facing pressure from the Golden Arches.
NYLD ASB JACK are going ex-dividend tomorrow, Friday, February 26, 2016
We'll look to get out of Jack in the Box at our lowered price target of $70 after it betrayed our trust.
Jim Cramer shares his views on the need to listen and the heroes that appear after selloffs. Deere, AGCO, Amazon.com and Alphabet are among the stocks discussed here.
Jim Cramer shares his views on resisting disheartenment and noticing the broad sector appeal. Devon Energy, Jack in the Box, CSX and Nordstrom are among the stocks discussed here.
This week, stocks staged a rally -- though it didn't last -- and oil showed signs of life. Portfolio moves included a big downgrade for Jack-in-the-Box.
Jack in the Box (JACK) price target was lowered on Friday at Barclays, which maintained its 'equal weight' rating on the stock.
We get those who were wrong 48 hours ago, but now are going to be right as rain.
Now's the time to roll up your sleeves and figure out what to buy, Cramer says. That job has been made easier by a strong earnings season.
We feel blindsided by the disappointing results and guidance.
Opportunities will knock with the rally petering out and fundamentals improving.
Jim Cramer is buying Costco instead of Walmart, is waiting on Macy's until VF Corp. reports earnings, and likes L Brands despite the management shakeup.
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