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Real Money contributor Jim Collins hits the road in search of the best investment opportunities.
China has a rap as the world's biggest copycat, but U.S. companies are now borrowing more tech ideas from China.
Chinese stocks like Baidu are heating up right now. Here is why you should play China names despite a riskier broader market.
President Donald Trump's call for additional tariffs against China caused investors in these stocks to worry.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Baidu.com, Momo, Praxair, Intrexon, Verizon, CenturyLink, ICU Medical and more.
Jim Cramer says we need stocks that are in sync with the global gloom and can be bought when we feel gloomy, which is pretty much every day.
It's a FANG stock type of world. New data out of Bank of America Merrill Lynch underscores how important tech stocks have become to the market.
All of these companies would be losers from a trade war focused on intellectual property.
Global fund managers haven't been this bullish on U.S. corporate profits in seventeen years, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, and are rotating out of European and emerging market stocks as a result.
Market responds to G-7 fracas with second and third level thinking, rather than knee-jerk sell off.
The chipmaker's Epyc server CPU line continues to gain traction, as a new Cisco announcement shows. And going forward, Intel's manufacturing woes could help AMD add to its share gains.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Sirius XM Radio, Teva Pharmaceuticals, iQIYI, Blue Apron, Shopify, Incyte, E*Trade Financial and more.
Jim Cramer tells investors to keep their eyes open for companies making changes -- that's what's being rewarded.
BIDU is down some 15% since Wednesday's close. Here's where the charts say to enter.
Fund managers are growing increasing concerned over faster inflation and slower global growth, but are still holding on to bullish positions in tech stocks, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey.
A review of the highlights from Jim's interview with PayPal CEO Dan Schulman.
While none of the FANGs offers a company-sponsored DRIP, the CIMBAs offer direct-purchase plans and a way to play technology.
This is a good time for a buy-write trade on the Chinese streaming video name.
Though the chip giant beat estimates and issued strong guidance, it also disclosed a new manufacturing process delay that could give rivals an opening.
We are not seeing the sort of gap-up open that might be expected in a market that had better momentum.
Jim Cramer focuses on Walgreens Boots Alliance, Arena Pharmaceutical, Dominion Energy, Tower Semiconductor, Idexx, LexinFintech Holdings and more.
It's not all about the bond market, says Jim Cramer. The central issues here are trade, tariffs and most important, the stocks themselves, like Facebook and Amazon.
The chart of an ETF focused on the FANG stocks doesn't look very good.
Alibaba is looking to test level 4 autonomous driving.
The skyrocketing spending on data centers has a lot to do with short-term needs as well as long-term opportunities. Chip and hardware suppliers can't complain.
China continues to make leaps and bounds in the their self-driving technology.
Jim Cramer focuses on Alibaba, U.S. Concrete, Micro Focus, Magellan Midstream Partners, Synchrony Financial, American Express.
Are we out of the woods yet? Jim Cramer has reasons to be cautious in this market environment.
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