|Day Low/High||312.13 / 335.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||117.64 / 409.61|
Jim discusses our Mastercard initiation and fintech vs. traditional banks, the semiconductors, Amazon Web Services, and much more!
Stocks falter on realization that trade war between U.S. and China is about more than soybeans.
Our preference is to make smaller, incremental buys as the market comes in.
Jim gives his takeaways from his San Francisco trip, he explains why we think Nvidia should be bought on this weakness (with wide scales), he talks about Alphabet ending its relationship with Huawei, and much more!
We are still looking to nibble on stocks and make small deployments of our huge cash position.
Shares of Shopify are falling a second consecutive day after another analyst turns bearish on the stock.
Services firms are less exposed to trade policy, say analysts at Goldman Sachs.
Jeff fills in for Jim to discuss the market, Shopify, Viacom and more!
Our cash position has given us the opportunity to be flexible here and pick up stocks in good companies that recently reported strong earnings.
The stock has run up too far and may be out of gas for the year, Guggenheim says.
We initiated two new positions and downgraded several others last week.
Valuation is one of the key similarities for the e-commerce companies, but the business models are starkly different.
The Brooklyn-based company has a worldwide opportunity to match rabid sellers with rabid buyers.
The e-commerce company's guidance might be the main culprit for its share price erosion after reporting first-quarter earnings that came in above estimates.
A consumer package goods name with a big dividend like PepsiCo could be an intriguing option.
Now that our cash levels are even more flushed than before, we believe we have prudently acted for the uncertainty we face this week.
We are reducing several portfolio names, locking in a mix of a big and small gains with one modest loss.
In an environment like this we like U.S. companies with largely domestic revenue exposure and staple-like or secular businesses.
We are not out of the woods because there are plenty of actions that can occur and can cause weakness.
Jim shares his thoughts on President Trump's trade related tweets, explains why we made some buys this morning, and discusses our two newest initiations, Twilio and Shopify.
Even though the major averages closed lower, we think a degree of over-exuberance was felt in the market today.
Jim Cramer says it's not 1987 or 1999, and there's no reason to dump stocks right now, but he does advocate discipline and caution.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Kohl's, Exxon Mobil, Delta Air Lines, Allergan, Arrowhead Research, Wayfair, Varonis Systems and more.
Every time we hear from the company's management, we become more and more impressed with the long-term opportunity.
Jim Cramer says there are a lot of illogical moves in this market. But what looks stupid today could turn out to be smart tomorrow.
Shares of Shopify rise after the Canadian e-commerce company's adjusted earnings more than double.
We also dissect the S&P 500's record run, check out China's latest economic data and take a skeptical glance at an idea floated by a couple Fed officials.
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