|Day Low/High||20.78 / 21.51|
|52 Wk Low/High||19.44 / 50.03|
We held back on any big portfolio moves as the quarter ended with bank stress test results and merger news.
There is no real catalyst driving today's trading, and we are being cautious and focusing on diversification.
We view today's pullback as a chance to buy technology at a discount.
Our takes on Apache, Magellan Midstream, Cimarex and Schlumberger.
Stress tests, Yellen and falling oil inventories are all helping the portfolio.
Updates on Walgreens, Apple, Cisco and our energy positions.
The trajectory of U.S. oil production may further upset the balance of global crude supply and demand, sending commodity prices plummeting once again, one firm argues.
Tech rotation, oil and Fed rate hike keep markets on even (flat) keel. Several portfolio positions get beefed up.
Cramer says the problem with these great stocks is they tend to get hammered some days and cool off on others, making them a risky bet.
We believe each of our companies can return profits in this environment.
Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO at Red Hat, tells Jim Cramer that the transition to 5G could mean big business to his company.
Bill Rogers, chairman and CEO of SunTrust Banks, tells Jim Cramer about his company's financial wellness initiatives.
In addition to making tools for creative professionals, Adobe is a leader in digital marketing, processing billions of transactions a month.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Lockheed Martin, TG Therapeutics, and HD Supply.
Growth is crushing value, says Jim Cramer, and the dynamic is more pronounced in individual sectors.
We anticipated that oil would fall to this new low, and we are hoping that it finds support as trading hovers around $43.
Watching things get worse while hoping they'll get better is very draining.
We should sit up and take notice of EQT paying $6.7 billion for Rice Energy.
Tech rotation, oil and Fed rate hike keep markets on even (make that flat) keel. Several portfolio positions get beefed up.
I think the sector is trade-able as long as we do see support where we think we might.
After a busy Thursday, markets look forward to economic data and the Fed meeting next week. In the portfolio, we dropped a tech stock and added a healthcare name.
Thursday seemed a lot scarier earlier in the week than it does now.
We view the decline as disconnected from the company's story and view shares as attractive here.
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