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A large trader turned bullish on Ultra Petroleum late Thursday ahead of the company's earnings report Friday.
The trading panel discussed the implications of the SEC's settlement with Goldman Sachs
Cramer criticized economists and other experts for doing a shoddy job of forecasting home sales in May.
Cramer says the bank has reinvented itself with a creative strategy.
Investors should avoid an ETF like the United States Natural Gas Fund and consider long-term plays in natural gas companies.
I'm sticking with the prediction I made last night about what to expect for the rest of the month.
Shares of oil and gas exploration companies higher after Goldman Sachs report
Here's how some of Friday's 'Mad Money' stocks fared on Monday.
Gregg Greenberg breaks down today's market action with guests Ron Insana, author of "How To Make A Fortune", Ken Shreve, portfolio manager for TheStreet.com's Market Movers portfolio and David Peltier TheStreet.com's Stocks Under $10 portfolio manager.
Ultra Petroleum to sell $500 million in senior notes to institutional investors
The post-meeting Fedspeak might open the door for an interest-rate increase in early 2010.
Here's how some of Wednesday's 'Mad Money' stocks fared on Thursday.
Jim Cramer calls John Paulson's stake in Citigroup the 'most important story.'
Cramer says it's about time to start looking at the positive turns in the market.
Cramer is recommending the stock because it has hit rock bottom.
Cramer expects the company to fare well during the holiday season.
Cramer says reinvesting dividends is a good strategy in a turbulent market.
Walgreen, despite its bid for Long's Drugs, looks like a buy, Cramer says.
Cramer says he sees opportunities in the market, but AIG is not one of them.
The government's plan to take stakes in banks should stop the wave of short selling against them.
Cramer says the plan will curtail foreclosures and reduce the risk of another Great Depression.
Cramer doesn't see the stock moving up until Boone Pickens' plan is adopted.
Jim Cramer says recent trading has become a matter of playing the funds, not the fundamentals.
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