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Apple shares have dropped six percent so far in 2016 as the crowd of skeptics surrounding the once-unstoppable stock has grown larger.
Be careful if you are going to invest in transport companies now, Cramer says.
For patient bulls, a bit more downside from current levels will produce a low-risk entry opportunity.
Canadian Pacific Railway dropped its bid to hook up with Norfolk Southern last month, but that doesn't mean Norfolk's shares are unattractive.
Canadian Pacific Railway dropped its bid to hook up with Norfolk Southern last month, but that does not mean Norfolk's shares are unattractive.
In the past few years, insurgent investment managers have pushed for big mergers and hostile bids that ended up with government challenges and threats. Who is to blame?
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the transportation industry higher today.
Cramer is staying away from DineEquity but likes Treehouse Foods very much.
Want a better investment strategy? Sell what's run too much and keep what's valuable, Cramer says. Plus more with Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Rahul Shah of Ideal Asset Management discusses what Wall Street analysts are missing about Facebook, FedEx and Walmart.
Shares of Facebook are up over 13 percent this year and Ideal Asset Management expects them to continue to climb higher.
Cramer sees good things down the tracks for Norfolk Southern and says Proofpoint is a buy.
You could focus on Apple's disappointing quarter but just about everything else outside of tech stocks is heading higher, Cramer says.
Activist investors have been effective in blocking some big mega deals from getting done, and that has meant some pretty big paydays.
Norfolk Southern is turning a negative into a positive.
This quarter's theme: Cutting jobs is an easy way to make earnings look better, Cramer says.
It'll be a busy earnings week, with plenty of opportunity for snap judgments and incorrect assumptions, Cramer says.
Cramer shares his views on the interaction of growth and value, and capitalization disappointments. Southwestern Energy, Cheaspeake and Alphabet are among the stocks discussed here.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Norfolk Southern (NSC) as an unusual social activity candidate
Norfolk Southern (NSC) shares are popping on Friday morning after the railroad operator posted robust 2016 first quarter earnings, leading Credit Suisse to boost its rating this morning.
Here are Friday's top research calls, including downgrades for Yum! Brands, American Express and D.R. Horton, and an upgrade for Norfolk Southern.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Norfolk Southern (NSC) as a post-market leader candidate
After failing to buy Norfolk Southern, the railroad company hiked its capital distribution plan as it reported higher net income and lower revenue for the first quarter.
The failure of OPEC's latest attempts to hammer out an oil production freeze is likely to have dire consequences for global equity markets.
I would look for NSC to retest the $75 to $70 area, or even retest the $65 low.
Stocks are modestly higher on Monday afternoon as crude oil holds above $40 a barrel.
Canadian Pacific shareholders feel a weight has been lifted, but Norfolk Southern investors are left with a laggard.
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