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This market is deceptive and you need to recognize your sense of timing is not infallible. So, adjust your scales and get ready for next week, says Jim Cramer.
I have either initiated longs in, or added to these well-known names when pricing looks optimal.
What is the strike price, and/or what the expiration date might be on such plunge protection?
Stock futures point to an ugly start for Wall Street on Monday, Broadcom set to raise its offer for Qualcomm, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.
Our trades today were about broader rebalancing and ensuring that we have plenty of ammo available for potential moves.
Starbucks has impressive growth in China and disappointing growth in the U.S. Nobody knows what to do with this stock, Cramer reasoned.
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With McDonald's doing better, who is it hurting? If you say Burger King -- wrong!
Until market conditions shift, I won't be making any sizable buys.
U.S. oil exports hit a new record last week, an increase of more than 25% from the week prior.
U.S. stock futures point to a slightly higher start for Wall Street on Thursday, following another set of records for the benchmark indexes.
The euro fell Sunday, however, after violence in the Catalonia region of Spain.
A snapshot of the labor market and more speculation over future interest rate hikes characterize the first week of October and the fourth quarter.
Despite North Korea, Trump's tweets, hurricanes, and past crashes, we made it through this historically hurtful month. What's next? Cramer's got his game plan.
McDonald's doubling down in China comes a year and a half after Yum! Brands decided to spin off its China operations.
Cramer likes Yum! Brands, but likes Darden even more.
Investors keep coming up with reasons to hate the bull market.
Top investing thoughts from TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Losses worsened on Wall Street Thursday.
Stocks lower on Thursday even as crude gains.
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