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With volatility likely to increase, we are putting Darden Restaurants, Nordstrom and Valley National Bancorp in the Bullpen.
Donald Trump simply gave stock market participants exactly what they wanted.
Our trades today were about broader rebalancing and ensuring that we have plenty of ammo available for potential moves.
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You might actually be grateful that stocks took one on the jaw on Monday.
Stocks fall on Monday as the yield on the 10-year bond spikes.
You mean to tell me if the buyers walked away for 10 minutes they couldn't get these stocks lower?
Jim discusses an analyst upgrade of Allergan, the super cycle concerns of Apple and how it impacts Broadcom, defense names in the bullpen, and a busy week of earnings.
U.S. stock futures trade lower, Donald Trump's national security advisers look at building a 5G network, and France's Sanofi buys Belgian biotech Ablynx.
This week, 141 companies will report earnings, and there will be a string of macroeconomic data points.
A rise in government bond yields has investors betting on faster near-term inflation and trimming gains for global stocks Monday ahead of a big week for U.S. corporate earnings and the final Fed meeting under the leadership of chairwoman Janet Yellen.
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.
Investors are heading into a busy week for corporate earnings and economic data in a tentative mood, lifting European stocks and the dollar modestly higher amid ongoing concerns over trade and protectionism following last week's World Economic Forum in Davos.
Politics, Davos, news -- none of it matters as much as earnings. Here's Jim Cramer's game plan for next week.
Stocks of companies that go hand and hand with an economic expansion just won't quit.
Millennials are the largest generation ever, and they're changing the face of investment for decades to come.
Stephen 'Sarge' Guilfoyle gives you a peek inside his order book. From Apple to General Electric, there are many good buys.
Jim Cramer says people can't have it both ways when it comes to worrying about the bond market and stocks.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Toyota, Southwest Airlines, iRhythm Technologies, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Lockheed Martin.
From global growth and bonds to index funds, Jim Cramer explains why stocks keep going up, giving the Dow and Nasdaq their best start to the new year since 2006.
Donald Trump takes to Twitter, letting the world know that he too has a 'Nuclear Button' at his disposal.
From bitcoin to aerospace to artificial intelligence, there's been a lot of strong trends in 2017. Which ones will last and which will fade away?
There are plenty of reasons why the stock market isn't falling, from defense and aerospace, to booming energy, to reduced regulation.
From Apache to Walmart, here are 28 stocks I'm following.
The pace of the rally in the aerospace company has slowed, which can foreshadow a trend reversal.
This year has been tough for industrial stocks, which have lagged the broader market. But one research firm makes the case for a new bullish outlook on industrials with 21 long suggestions for 2018.
And how I'm playing defense (and aerospace) on the latest from North Korea.
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