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What matters here is earnings, and the bank has them. This ethics downgrade is a gift: a chance to get in lower.
Cramer exits a tech stock and is holding off for lower prices before putting his cash to work.
The market withstands Greenspan and hurricanes; telecom equipment is looking good.
With the benign period over, it's time for a big adjustment in strategy. Learn what Cramer plans next.
Cramer is making a trade to prepare for the effects he expects the employment number to generate.
Most positions seem too dangerous to hold, although two stocks are exceptions.
Cramer has a unique challenge in a benign market as he plots his strategy for the coming week.
Cramer added a new stock to the portfolio and has taken his cash position lower.
The list of what's working remains narrow. Find out how Cramer is adapting the portfolio to fit the market.
Cramer has to make a choice about the position in light of the larger portfolio.
This market's been dealt a bad hand and it's time to get the portfolio ready for the effects.
Stocks give plenty of cause for negativity, but we're still up. A rate hike after a poor jobs number should finish that off, though.
Another example of why it's important to collect short-term gains has cropped up.
Instead of playing Gallant like Zimmer, it chose the Goofus role -- and its stock is paying the price.
After a tough July, Cramer is positioning the portfolio in the hopes of an August recovery.
The upside looks more likely right now. Plus, Nokia, General Electric and more.
Several short-term factors are stacking up to the good right now. And the shorts may have overplayed their hand.
Cramer has to adhere to discipline with buys, and has to check a holding's moves before he can decide whether to buy.
The battered trio of Nortel, Lucent and JDS Uniphase may be saved by the industry's need to compete against cable.
This pair has Cramer weighing the promise in each -- and alternative investments.
Cramer has spotted similarities between how stocks trade around their reports. Find out how he's going to apply it.
As high-P/E stocks get trashed, smart folks will figure out which stocks will be on top again in a year.
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