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We initiated on Microsoft, updated out price target on Danaher and changed our ratings on TJX, GE.
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at IBM, Under Armour, Workday, NextEra Energy, and Sociedad Quimica.
From tax cuts to the Flynn fallout, Jim Cramer says investors have to be covered.
The recent rally in TJX gives offers a chance to trim holdings and bring position into better balance in portfolio.
Amid today's rotation, we recommend these price levels on some of our portfolio names.
With 2 key strategies promising some hope for a turnaround, it's worth a shot to go with Macy's this holiday season.
Black Friday still has its deals and doorbusters, but Cyber Monday, Green Monday, Free Shipping Day and other holiday shopping dates offer just as much. And you can avoid the menacing crowds on this particular Tuesday in December.
The Black Friday controversy is back. Should retailers like Home Depot and T.J. Maxx keep their doors open or closed during the Thanksgiving holiday?
Black Friday violence is still frightening for those seeking deals, but both store pickup policies and online options offer great ways to avoid it. (Still, people die fighting tooth and nail for the perfect gifts. Yes, shoppers stab each other in the back, quite literally.)
The off-price retailer posted a 4% rise in comp sales.
A rebound late in the week helps the markets recover from a bout of selling. We add a name to the portfolio.
Of potential candidates for the world's largest retailer, one makes perfect sense.
A look at potential acquisitions that may or may not make sense for the world's largest retailer.
Stocks finished lower with the three benchmark indexes all closing in the red.
As always, we strive to focus our attention on the portfolio names that have underperformed because these provide the best teaching opportunities.
TJ Maxx and Marshalls saw a decline in comp sales for the first time in years. But TJX didn't exactly have the best explanation ...
Like Macy's, Target could report good earnings and see its stock go higher, only to get knocked back down, Jim Cramer says.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending stocks.
As General Electric continues a second day of declines, the Dow pushes further into the red. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq are also lower.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was pleased with quarterly results from Home Depot and TJX Companies, released on Tuesday.
Stocks are lower on Tuesday as tax reform remains nebulous. M&A and earnings take the spotlight.
Warm weather takes the heat for soft sales.
The off-price retailer matched on the bottom line but failed to meet Street top-line expectations.
The market still has concerns over the fate of tax legislation, sending stock futures lower early Tuesday.
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