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OPEC deal is among the highlights as markets finish off an explosive November. In the portfolio, we adjust the size of some of our positions.
Jim Cramer finds reasons to like AEP, AMGN, DOW and HEI.
This rally isn't just about Trump, Cramer says. He thinks investors are cheering the economic outlook.
Politics aside, cool weather benefits retailers, says Jim Cramer.
Stocks sensitive to interest rates are doing better today.
Extension includes investment in new smart technologies to provide customer benefits
The current set-up on AEP is compelling because of nearby support.
Jim Cramer likes WEN, CVX and AEP.
Next phase of this Trump rally shows there's money moving in, says Jim Cramer.
Two initiations and several ratings changes highlighted a busy week for AAP.
The rally keeps rolling, with financials showing continued strength. Two names were added to the portfolio, including a returnee.
Stocks start the week strong, then get stronger after the election. For oil, the uncertainty still flows. In the portfolio, we added to 3 positions and exited another.
Hillary Clinton is either about to become the first woman president of the United States or lose to Donald--who'd'a' thunk it--Trump.
If you think Hillary Clinton's headed to the White House, here's how you can bet on it through the stock market.
Jobs report can't give market much relief, but all eyes are on Tuesday's election. In the portfolio, we added to 2 positions and exited another.
Why did investors run from FB?, Jim Cramer asks.
Jim Cramer names companies with credibility, like NXPI and AAPL, and those that don't have it, including FIT.
The election, Fed, earnings and oil were all part of today's market selloff. Plus, a look at 3 AAP holdings.
Pfizer shares were slipping after the drugmaker posted a premarket earnings whiff.
A write-down on deregulated power assets pushes the utility into the red on a GAAP basis.
U.S. stock futures rise; the Fed begins a two-day policy meeting; BP's quarterly profit comes in at almost half of what it was a year earlier; Shell's earnings top estimates.
Wall Street ends a choppy day of trading after crude oil prices see losses accelerate throughout Monday's session.
U.S. stocks hold onto slight gains by midday Monday an earnings-driven jump in utilities offsets a decline in energy.