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Crosscurrents are disruptive, and today's selloff demonstrates why investors need conviction -- and a strong stomach, says Jim Cramer.
The activist was already privately agitating when the oil and natural gas refiner announced it was planning to drop its midstream business into its master limited partnership over three years.
-Accelerated "dropdown" of refining assets hurts long-term MPC value and vastly diminishes growth prospects at MPLX that results in increased cost of capital
A selloff in crude oil proves another roadblock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average's pursuit of 20,000.
Stocks trade mostly lower Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking a pause in its race toward 20,000.
Cramer shares his views on the bull market, and also points out something you may have missed.
There are lots of talks about mergers and takeovers taking place behind the scenes.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to 20,000 proves a challenge in the new year as stocks more than halve earlier gains by Tuesday afternoon.
But once shares complete a pullback, they should resume their uptrend in the weeks ahead.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says pressure from activist investor Elliott Management has forced Marathon Petroleum to make changes a lot faster than he initially thought it would take.
Elliott Management's stake in Marathon Petroleum is making a great company even better, Cramer said.
Look for few large-cap acquisition targets, many small-capitalization fights and a lot of insurgent-driven M&A in 2017.
Nucor has more room to run than AK Steel, and Jim Cramer prefers Freeport-McMoRan to Rio Tinto.
This rally is more sustainable than many people think, says Jim Cramer.
Companies like Marathon Petroleum and Chipotle could feel more pressure from activists in 2017.
Cramer says Salesforce and Facebook are worth buying and he's optimistic about Cimarex Energy.
The market's an Energizer bunny and it's been a remarkable five weeks, Cramer says.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Best Buy, Marathon Petroleum and 3M, and downgrades for Humana and Kellogg.
Shares of this oil refiner could be poised for gains in the months ahead, thanks to pressure from an activist investor.
A month after the election, we seem to be chipping away at the supposed winners.
Following the OPEC agreement, Jefferies says investors should raise their weightings in the S&P 500 energy sector.
We recount the successes and failures of the biggest names in the activism game.
The CEOs of PVH and Marathon tell Jim Cramer they're seeing gains following the election.
Jim Cramer remains a fan of industrials, transports, banks and domestic oil producers.
Jim Cramer ponders how this market simply can't stay down and also discusses how it isn't too late to get in.
The insurgent fund launches a campaign urging the energy company to create three separate public businesses as a proxy fight deadline looms.
Marathon Petroleum Corporation (NYSE:MPC) today issued the following statement regarding the letter and presentation released by Elliott Management to MPC's Board of Directors.