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Jonathan Moreland, author of InsiderInsights, gives you the lowdown on top stock purchases and sales.
We believe that rising commodity costs may start to dissipate, which would benefit profit margins.
Cramer likes Exxon but says there's more selling coming to recommend it now.
This heavily shorted construction materials stock is climbing. Is this a positive sign for the economy or merely inelastic demand at work?
Oneok Partners and Watson Wyatt lead this week's list of our top-rated companies.
Making substitutions here is a recipe for disaster, from Cramer's new book.
Because highway contracts are up, Cramer says asphalt and rock stocks could make you money.
Cramer says leisure activities are driving the current technology cycle.
The powerful materials sector has already generated two upside surprises. Get in ahead of the next.
The construction materials company's earnings and forecast beat expectations.
Once again the media's focus isn't on the areas where you can make money. Look instead at Lafarge.
This selloff is a breather, not a catastrophe, so get a load of 10 places to buy if the weakness holds.
And it happened on the anniversary of the infamous 1987 market crash.
It keeps expectations low, and it overdelivers, Cramer says.
Cramer sees Intel's chart getting back on the lift after a giant slalom downhill.
The printer giant is plagued by weaker-than-expected demand for laser and inkjet supplies.
It looks cheap, and captures a bunch of mini-bull markets as well as upside from a highway bill.
Some stocks, such as FPL Group, seem drawn to this level. Also, charts of VCA Antech and more.
While the technical landscape shifted a bit in August, downward pressure remains a concern.
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