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TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is fond of Nucor and thinks shares are headed beyond Credit Suisse's $68 price target.
Nucor has a low cost structure, while U.S. Steel has a high cost structure and remains very challenged.
Investors are focusing on the most-important economic and market topics rather than drowning in uncertainty over the proposed budget.
Markets start to recover from one really bad day amid more political turmoil. Portfolio moves include initiating a position in an ETF.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Walgreens Boots Alliance, Becton Dickinson, and General Mills.
Money managers are piling back into growth stocks without hesitation, says Jim Cramer.
We are picking up some Nucor and Snap-on shares and selling some Adobe to fund the purchase, while we also upgrade Cisco.
Don't spend your day staring at your p&l. Instead, look for opportunities and be comfortable with the risk.
Mike Mears, chairman, president and CEO of Magellan Midstream Partners, tells Jim Cramer that Magellan remains well positioned for growth.
Greg Silvers, president and CEO of EPR Properties, tells Jim Cramer that great entertainment can make good properties better.
Juan Ramon Alaix, CEO of Zoetis, tells Jim Cramer about opportunities in the market for companion animal and livestock vaccines.
Jim Cramer is bullish on AbbVie, Broadcom, Enbridge Energy Partners, and Commercial Vehicle Group.
Jim Cramer says investors are migrating toward sectors likely to have the biggest upside in the second half.
FBI firing, French election, oil prices, retail earnings -- and, oh yes, the markets -- create a dizzying week. We add to a few portfolio positions.
Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Cisco Systems and TherapeuticsMD, and new coverage of Costco and J.C. Penney.
With the Fed and the healthcare vote out of the way, markets will focus on earnings in the week ahead.
Earnings, the Fed, oil prices, health care legislation: How's that for a busy week? Portfolio moves include adding to our oil positions, taking advantage of volatility.
We'll put some cash to work on a down day for industrials and steel stocks, in particular.
We initiated on a steel name, updated four price targets and downgraded one rating.