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Cramer's Mad Money Recap 5/11: Carvana, Rivian, Netflix
Jim Cramer says this market is ugly. It's painful. And it's likely not done yet.
This Fossil Fuel Portfolio is up 42% Since Christmas
Real Money Columnist Jim Collins, a climate-change heretic, created his HOAX portfolio at the end of December.
Energy Plays to Keep Your Portfolio Warm This Inflationary Winter
Jim Collins sees rising inflation and a flattening yield curve leading into an economic danger zone.
When Natural Gas is Scarce, Play the Natural Gas Shippers
There's a shortage of ways to play the LNG market as well
Goldman Cites Microsoft, Starbucks, Others for Profit Margins
Goldman Sachs published a list of 29 of its buy-rated stocks that are “unappreciated” for their growing profit margins.
Blackstone Mulls Sale of Cheniere Energy Partners Stake - Report
At Feb. 20, the private-equity firm held a 58% stake in Cheniere Energy Partners.
Apple and the FAANG Gang Should Just Pay Out Cash to Shareholders
Apple, Alphabet and the rest seem increasingly bent on making their businesses boring. As a result, they should consider emulating master limited partnerships (MLPs).
Natural Gas Could Be a Warm Place for Investors Fleeing a Frigid Market
The utility stocks in the sector serve as a traditionally safe investment, buoyed by revenue from dividends, and has actually shown growth in recent months while oil has tanked.
16 Stocks Jim Cramer Says Could Win from a U.S.-Chinese Trade Deal
Boeing, Schlumberger and these other names could win big if China buys lots of U.S. goods to close its trade surplus.
Oil Prices Bounce From 9-Month Lows As Hurricane Ian Clips Gulf Production
"Hopefully, disruptions will be very limited due to Ian, but there remain many factors driving prices both up and down across the country,” said Gasbuddy's Patrick De Haan.
Tesla Stock Jumps On Report of 'Very High Volume' In Last-Minute Q3 Deliveries
Tesla's is looking for internal support in a last-minute push to meet a 'very high volume' of Q3 delivery obligations.
Tim Cook and Apple Make a Move That Could Annoy China
iPhone maker wants to diversify its supply chain and expand in a crucial market.