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NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE) today announced two new partnerships with world-class community organizations, PeacePlayers International and MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership.
The social media company is rolling out several new advertising efforts, including inserting ads into Instagram stories.
Along with the new 150 million daily user stat, Instagram today announced the launch of ads mixed into Stories.
These four Dow components (and eight others I'm watching) are nowhere near record highs.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
NKE has the potential to climb to around $59 in the next few weeks.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how January has a lot of nonsense, and reviews his investment troops.
Jim Cramer ponders how too few stocks are doing too much in the Dow's race to 20,000 and how there isn't enough GANG to go with all the FANG.
Disney and Goldman are doing a lot of the heavy lifting.
A new threat has emerged for certain U.S. companies: Tweets from President-elect Trump.
Amazon appears ready to take on Nike and Under Armour, but Cramer cautions the real issue for those brands is mall traffic.
Analysts explain why a workout clothing line from Amazon.com (AMZN) wouldn't have a big impact on retail giants like Nike (NKE), Under Armour (UA) and Lululemon (LULU).
The Dow Jones Industrial average closed 100 points away from finally reaching the elusive 20K milestone on Wednesday.
A private label athletic apparel line from Amazon would compete with retailers such as Under Armour and Nike.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on what was good, bad and ugly in this short, last week of the year.
Nike Golf has signed world No. 1 Jason Day to a multi-year contract.
If you use TVIX and VXX put in an above-market limit order, or if you trade options buy calls on the VIX.
Shares of Under Armour were lower on Friday and appear poised to close out 2016 down about 27%.
Nike is down 19.6% so far this year vs. a 13.8% gain for the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
It's looking like a bright new dawn for Vietnam, which is emerging from the shadows of Big Brother China.
We can begin to see which retailers are on the up and which are declining.
Cramer tells us why he's already sick of Dow 20,000, and also talks about animal spirits.
Jim Cramer ponders how it's OK again to like stocks (count your blessings), and points out that with Icahn advising Trump, banks are the way to bet.