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Entering GE too early has its costs, but there are ways to mitigate them.
In a study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages, for the underlying components of the S&P 500, Stanley Black & Decker Inc has taken over the #137 spot from Tyson Foods Inc , according to ETF Channel. Below is a chart of Stanley Black & Decker Inc versus Tyson Foods Inc plotting their respective rank within the S&P 500 over time (SWK plotted in blue; TSN plotted in green): In forming the rank, the analyst opinions from the major brokerage houses were tallied, and averaged; then, the underlying components were ranked according to those averages.
A string of severe hurricanes that swept across the south and southeastern portions of the U.S. and Puerto Rico toward the end of the third quarter could put a big dent in economic growth.
Jim Cramer's game plan is jam-packed for next week; this is the heart of earnings season.
All the great stocks have artificial intelligence and e-commerce in common.
Jim Cramer says that even with sadness and uncertainty around us, the financial markets remain steadfast.
This market is about as uncynical as you can get.
Here are Monday's top research calls, including a downgrade of Western Digital and an initiation of covers of Micron.
Cramer explains that hurricanes Irma and Harvey busted the algorithms and also discusses how some deals have probably gone down during this administration.
Small-cap restaurant chains in particular are down for the year to date despite some recent upticks.
The two hurricanes undermined the computers -- and here are a bunch of stocks that are benefiting.
Cramer reflects on United Tech and also brings up a positive about hurricanes.
Here's what you need to know now for Monday, September 11.
The hurricanes are interrupting the decline of some very important business cycles.
Susquehanna analyst Bill Dreher estimated that Sears needs $1.2 billion this year and $1.4 billion in 2018 to stay afloat.
The 3 D's--dingy, dirty and disorganized--were in play big time.
But the price action remains bearish.
What's up with these stocks?
Attention Amazon fans.
Cramer takes a stroll down memory lane and discusses some stocks that are survivors.
Jonathan Heller writes about the challenging retail sector, from appliances to footwear.
Jim Cramer says last week's selloff played out just like he predicted, and you haven't missed the sale.
When the cat's away, the (retail) mice will play.
Sears is struggling.
Sears Holdings, Destination Maternity and Hibbett Sports, though in different areas of retail, all have had rough rides.
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