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Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.
From Apple to drug laws, sometimes waving a white flag is the smartest strategy.
Cheap chocolate may soon be a thing of the past as global cocoa consumption outpaces production.
The autumnal equinox is as much about pumpkin spice lattes and little candy as about the lunar calendar.
Hershey, Kraft and Tootsie Roll can be delicious holdings for investors willing to indulge themselves.
Imperial Sugar, a rumored takeover target, is significantly undervalued and could see its earnings move higher by near-term catalysts.
These stocks with big consumer brand names could be squeezed higher on any positive catalyst.
TheStreet.com upgraded Avery Dennison, Coeur d'Alene Mines, Covidien, Spirit AeroSystems and Tootsie Roll.
These heavily shorted stocks could surge higher on any positive catalyst.
Aeropostale and Yahoo! are upgraded; Chiquita, Methode are Tootsie Roll are downgraded.
Do you invest your money in any other company besides Apple based on its CEO? Of course not.
Cramer advises investors to turn hedge-fund selling to their advantage by buying high-yielding stocks.
The proposed merger may not close as easily as some people think, the panel says.
The maker of Snickers and M&M's merges with the Chicago gum and candymaker, with the Sage of Omaha chipping in financing and a big investment.
Ignore the market negativity and invest in stocks like J.C. Penney and Ralph Lauren, Cramer says.
The airplane components company is a safe bet, Cramer says.
Seeking the chocolate fountain of youth, and is it time for TWX to break up?
Cramer believes this beverage maker has lost its fizzle, and it's time to sell.
Cramer takes viewers to his personal supermarket and tells them what products to buy.
The price performance of sugar and cocoa has been less than sweet over time.
This online children's costume and party supply retailer has prospects for strong growth.
A screen turns up these companies as ones likely to fatten their payout in the second quarter.
In this Street Insight special, Chris Atayan reviews some potential aquisition candidates.
As momentum stocks lose their juice, solid dividend plays for the second quarter bear close inspection.
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