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If Micron bought AMD, it would be a match made in investor heaven, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer likes ARNC, but throws a red flag for MFA, NE and MAA.
Jim Cramer tells people to stay informed and stay focused on next week's game plan.
Market momentum is undeterred by Fed rate hike and sluggish oil prices. We added an oil name to the portfolio.
The price of the shares, which offer a safe 4.24% dividend, could rise as much as 30% next year.
We are more inclined to allocate OXY funds toward Apache and we'd be ADBE buyers if not restricted.
Gasoline inventories rose by a smaller figure than expected during the week ending Dec. 9, despite increasing prices at the pump following OPEC's deal to cut oil production.
We are taking a starter position in Apache on the heels of the recent OPEC/non-OPEC agreement.
Market rally brings embattled sectors along for the ride. Portfolio moves include adding a new name.
The charts and indicators on APA remain bullish.
Because of its well-established operations in the oil-rich Permian Basin, Occidental believes that it can increase production 5% to 8% over the long term.
While the Houston-based integrated oil major is the gold standard among its class, one research firm says peers are closing the gap, making XOM's hefty share price harder to justify.
Turns out Donald Trump doesn't hold any stocks at all, his spokesman said. Sold it all in June, he said, though Trump's camp has yet to provide any proof.
OPEC deal is among the highlights as markets finish off an explosive November. In the portfolio, we adjust the size of some of our positions.
Henry Schein and CBRE CEOs tell Cramer they anticipate growth opportunities.
Cramer wonders if this market has gotten too enthusiastic for the Trump agenda.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer said there will still be a lot of deals in 2017 'no matter what' at The Deal Economy Event on Thursday.
Global oil prices spike Wednesday and look set for the biggest single-session increase in nine months as OPEC members reach an agreement to cut production.
We are pleasantly surprised by the larger-than-anticipated oil-production cut announcement, but we await clarity and confirmation before making any big move.
Ahead of the Nov. 30 OPEC meeting, TheStreet's Chief Investment Strategist thinks volatile oil prices will continue.
The rally keeps rolling, with financials showing continued strength. Two names were added to the portfolio, including a returnee.
Cramer shares his views on looking at oil now that the election is over. Starbucks, Kellogg and PepsiCo are among the stocks discussed.
Stocks start the week strong, then get stronger after the election. For oil, the uncertainty still flows. In the portfolio, we added to 3 positions and exited another.
Deutsche Bank analyst Ryan Todd says ConocoPhillips' free cash flow profile is 'impressive and underestimated.' The firm rates COP shares as a buy with a $62 price target.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.
OPEC Secretary General says the cartel remains committed to a production cut following doubts that any deal will get done.
Jim Cramer ponders the preciousness of credibility.
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