|Day Low/High||165.87 / 169.00|
|52 Wk Low/High||145.17 / 181.73|
Fed's rate hike gives markets a midweek boost. In the portfolio, we trim 1 position and add to 3 others.
After the jobs report, the markets look ahead to the Fed. In the portfolio, we exit a position while adding to 4 others.
There's real buying with money that hasn't been in this market for ages.
Markets retreat late in the week while focusing on the Fed and the Trump administration. We add a tech name to the portfolio.
Market shifts attention from earnings to Trump administration plans. Among several portfolio moves, we exit 2 positions.
We believe SNA can grow into a higher multiple in this environment, while also benefiting from higher growth from some of its new product divisions.
We're capitalizing on the first broad weakness we have seen in some time.
Markets keep surging amid strong earnings and upbeat Fed commentary. In the portfolio, we add to 3 positions and trim 4.
Flex CEO Mike McNamara tells Jim Cramer that augmented and virtual reality have big growth potential.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere tells Jim Cramer he wants to 'fix a broken, stupid arrogant industry.'
Visa CEO Al Kelly tells Jim Cramer there's great opportunity for growth in India and elsewhere in coming years.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Algonquin Power & Utilities, Enbridge and CB Richard Ellis Group; he's bearish on Nokia.
Jim Cramer thinks the markets are better because the economy is better, so investors should embrace rising interest rates.
We're reducing our Arconic position while buying more Snap-On.
Highlights included initiating positions in Cimarex and Snap-On and exiting Occidental Petroleum.
Earnings and talk of the administration's tax plan invigorate markets. We add 2 positions to the portfolio and drop an energy name.
SAP exec Steve Singh tells Jim Cramer that "micro services" will be among the next big business trends.
TreeHouse Foods CEO Sam Reed tells Jim Cramer his company is looking out for the millennial market.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Dow Chemical, REV Group and American Campus Communities.
When bond yields rise, the economy roars and it's game on for industrials, banks and retailers, says Jim Cramer.
The Snap-on Incorporated (NYSE: SNA) board of directors declared today a quarterly common stock dividend of $0.
Jim Cramer says the market just gave investors an opportunity in Snap-On and they should take it.
Semiconductors? Dog food? Jim Cramer talks about how to manage your portfolio profitably despite White House-inspired turbulence.
Snap-on Incorporated (NYSE: SNA), a leading global innovator, manufacturer and marketer of tools, equipment, diagnostics, repair information and systems solutions for professional users performing critical tasks, today...