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Jim Cramer takes a look at PayPal, Tesla, Pfizer, Americold Realty Trust, Continental Resources, United Natural Foods, Cintas, Splunk and more.
Simply put, traders at the larger institutions were driven either by risk managers or simple fear out of FANG and information technology, and into anything else.
Shares of virtual software developer VMware slip on Friday despite first-quarter earnings that beat analysts' forecasts.
Analysts now expect an earnings recession to become reality after negative Q1 growth, and ahead of projected negative Q2 growth.
U.S. stock futures rise but caution reigns amid suggestions China is ready to dig in for a protracted trade dispute with the United States; Palo Alto tumbles after guidance takes a hit from costs related to acquisitions; PVH tumbles after trimming fiscal-year guidance; Uber will issue its first earnings report as a public company.
It’s easy to feel that way from looking at the charts, since so few appear healthy.
You can't start a discussion about the issue, though, without going right to the most impacted stock on earth: Apple.
We have to stipulate what makes a market really tick these days in a world where we are ruled by tariffs and trade with a Fed sideshow.
Jim Cramer says that on the third day of a selloff, the sellers forget why they sold and the buyers remember why they like stocks.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Brinks, Qualcomm, Carvana, Madison Square Garden, Keysight Technologies, CIGNA, Nutanix and more.
On day three, the sellers forget why they sold and the buyers remember why they like stocks.
The downbeat progression of talk is at odds with the market itself.
The markets staged a big reversal Friday after the China tariffs and Uber's IPO thud. Jim Cramer's got your game plan for next week.
Jim Cramer's take on tariff troubles? Break out your stock shopping list and buy domestic companies that are doing well.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
'Rookie buying' ahead of the print can get you in trouble.
Tech IPO demand isn't diminishing despite Lyft's lagging stock.
We have to hope they are given a better chance to tell their story than they were Wednesday.
At its annual cloud conference, Google has strengthened its reputation for being a friend to open-source and cloud developers. It has also promised to overhaul its enterprise sales efforts.
Google introduced Anthos, a new cloud platform aimed at the 88% of enterprises that use multiple clouds, including AWS and Azure. Google hopes to capture more of the cloud market with the new offering.
Jim Cramer warns: Don't blink or you'll miss this market movement. He looks at what's got investors' attention: Boeing, China, retailers and rotations.
Use the swoon to buy, but wait until the coast is clear and nothing happens and it is just a random rotation.
The virtualization software firm has reportedly hired Goldman Sachs to explore a potential sale. PE firms are likely to at least kick the tires.
We will be adding inexpensive tech stock Dell Technologies to the AAP Bullpen.
Jim Cramer says there's a lot to like about this market, but he says we can't ignore that it's prone to trade-related woes.
But most important, networking is on fire - the internet of things and that's so terrific for everyone.
Let's check out the charts and indicators this morning.
Disruptors are among the biggest winners, says Jim Cramer. Companies like Apple and Kraft Heinz need to re-imagine their companies in bold, meaningful and even radical ways.
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