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Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/19: Bank of America, Morgan Stanley
Jim Cramer says this selloff isn't bad, it's creating a lot of buying opportunities in companies with brand loyalty.
Best Stocks to Buy for President Biden's Policies and Plans
President-elect Biden’s massive stimulus plan, interest rate thinking, and ideas on infrastructure and energy should all result in tailwinds for these specific stocks.
Starbucks, General Electric, AbbVie: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round
Jim Cramer checks in on Starbucks, General Electric, AbbVie, Adaptive Biotechnologies, Vector Group, PBF Energy and more.
Tobacco Stocks Mixed as FDA Launches Campaign to Keep Kids Away From E-Cigarettes
The new initiative comes about a week after tobacco stocks got slammed by the FDA's decision to reduce nicotine levels in tobacco products.
Don't Buy Altria's Dip Following FDA Regulation Change, RBC Says
This FDA regulatory change hasn't created a buying opportunity like past changes have.
Tobacco Stocks Decline After FDA Issues Plan to Curb Tobacco-Related Deaths
The FDA wants to protect children and limit tobacco-related diseases by changing the way cigarettes are made.
Top 5 Dividend Payers in the Consumer Goods Sector
Consumer goods companies like Ford, Pitney Bowes and B&G Foods offer investors high dividend yields.
Home Depot, Federal Realty, more: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round
Jim Cramer is bullish on Home Depot, Corbus Pharmaceuticals, Federal Realty and Vector Group.
Market Stays Strong in the Fight: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap
Even with a trifecta of worries, stocks hold tight thanks to decisive U.S. action in Syria, says Jim Cramer.
Fed Inflation Gauge Slowed Again in October, Supporting Dovish Powell
Further slowing in the Fed's preferred inflation gauge is adding heft to Chairman Jerome Powell's signals of smaller rate hikes.
Amazon Needs to Kill Alexa, Maybe Exit Echo Devices
The online retail giant had a plan to own your living room. It didn't work because AI-powered voice assistants don't work.
Elon Musk's Latest Twitter Move Looks Like an Act of Desperation
Twitter is desperate for revenue. It has a $13 billion debt burden, but hasn’t showed a profit for eight of the last 10 years.