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TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Friday's trending stocks from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Tesla's solar cutbacks aren't a sign that the business is in trouble. They're a sign that Tesla is making it a viable business.
Tesla stock could either fall to $300 or rally back to its highs and one level will likely determine its fate.
U.S. stock futures point higher on Friday, suggesting the Dow could snap its losing streak of eight straight sessions; OPEC likely to raise oil output; the 35 biggest U.S. banks pass the Federal Reserve's annual 'stress tests.'
Happy Friday. These are the headlines you need to close out this week of trading.
The stock market took it on the chin again on Thursday as investors continue to fear a trade war. Daimler's profit warning didn't help sentiment at all.
Fomerly known as the Mission E, Porsche's Taycan has some impressive specs and is scheduled to go into production in 2019.
The employee says he's being targeted because he is a whistleblower.
Goldman Sachs continues to be somewhat upbeat on the stock market. Why? The U.S. economy won't be entering a recession anytime soon.
General Motors could spin off its Cruise asset, which has seen a tremendous valuation boost over the past few years.
After a big surge over the past three months, Tesla shares may need to rest before taking on last year's highs.
Warren Buffett's bet on Apple is not a short-term trade by any means. Buffett expert and former hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson explains Buffett's thinking on the tech giant.
Tesla is reducing its cobalt needs to zero -- and that gives it a major edge over rivals as Model 3 scales to 5,000 units a week.
Jim Cramer and Carolyn Boroden look at the weekly charts of CVS, Walgreens and Citigroup.
Jim Cramer says the U.S. has the upper hand when it comes to the tariffs because we import far more from China than they import from us.
A trade war with China is a real possibility due to Trump's rising tariff battle with China. These stocks could be hit the hardest in such a war.
Almost anything related to auto is getting hit on Tuesday.
The automaker has sold less than 5,000 Model Xs so far this year in the world's most-populous country.
President Donald Trump's call for additional tariffs against China caused investors in these stocks to worry.
These are some of the stocks that retirees should avoid, according to experts.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is warning his employees to stay alert during an apparent sabotage attempt.
Here's a hot take: Just let Amazon buy Sears. Or Apple buy Tesla. Or even Microsoft and Netflix.
China may soon run out of U.S. imports to target in a 'tit-for-tat' trade war, meaning industrial policy changes could be the next response from Beijing as President Donald Trump continues to press for a reduction in the country's $375 billion surplus.
Elon Musk has drawn a line in the sand of short-sellers. Is GameStop really going to go private? Why hasn't the marked taken a nosedive yet?
An analyst has valued Elon Musk's side business at $16 billion, which bodes well for Tesla, he says.
Warren Buffett is one of the most successful businessmen of all time. Here's one ability he has that makes him so successful.
It's clear that executive chairman Bill Ford Jr. approves of CEO Jim Hackett's vision for the automaker's future.
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