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Cramer shares his views on Target's excuses. Apple, CVS and Urban Outfitters are among the stocks discussed.
As earnings wind down, focus is drawn to the Fed and oil. The portfolio adds a new name.
With oil prices approaching the $50 mark, analysts say it may be time to buy the shares of such high-performing prospects as Eco-Stim Energy, Nabors Industries and Halliburton.
Tetra Technologies, Natural Gas Services and Patterson-UTI continue to generate solid margins and free cash flow, with Tetra trading below its peers.
Oil stocks have gotten ahead of themselves, Cramer says.
A bunch of oil stocks have gotten ahead of themselves and are particularly vulnerable if crude stalls.
These stocks have both short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.
The major indices hit new highs this week as stocks maintained their shine. In the portfolio, we exited 2 positions and added a name.
The company will be able to fund all capital expenditure projects.
The jobs report helps the market end the week on a high note. Two of our portfolio positions get bigger.
For better or for worse, central bank policy has powerful grip over the market.
It shouldn't be too long before production and price trends balance out.
A close over $82 would reverse the trend back to the upside.
And what were analysts thinking in upgrading Continental Resources and Pioneer Natural Resources?
Any weakness is an opportunity to revisit the sector but with greater emphasis on stock-specific opportunities and dislocations, one analyst says.
This is 'crunchtime' for oil and the price needs to hold here for energy stocks to move higher, says Jim Cramer.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about the good, the bad and the ugly.
Jim Cramer ponders if Exxon's problems indicate the bottom for oil, and how Facebook isn't expensive. Yet.
Lots of earnings (nice work, tech) and a Fed meeting make for a busy week. In the portfolio, we've taken out our Target.
It's compelling to watch Exxon, the strongest in the group, finally get crushed.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the basic materials sector higher today.
Exxon Mobil and Chevron shares were up too much heading into earnings so their respective post-earnings selloffs are not surprising, says Jim Cramer.
CEO Martin Craighead is less bullish on the second half, saying it may take oil prices approaching $60 per barrel for a real recovery to begin.
The oilfield equipment provider's cautious stance on the direction of its business segments somewhat contrasts the optimistic outlook given last week by industry leaders Schlumberger and Halliburton.
There were many earnings reports today, and many could've been worse, Cramer says.