|Day Low/High||13.14 / 13.33|
|52 Wk Low/High||9.70 / 20.00|
Extremes in the Dow and Nasdaq reflect market participants' aggressiveness; be wary.
The only stocks not down are those that offer no gains to take. Seems traders fear Iraqi elections won't go well.
In this special bonus, Cramer explains a trade outside the hoopla of homebuilders. Learn his thesis.
Cramer gives the portfolio a checkup before heading into the last trading week of the year.
Cramer is making a trade outside the hoopla of homebuilders. Learn his thesis.
A sale this week generated cash for a new position -- and a surplus. Here's how Cramer will put it to work.
As 2005 looms, Cramer is excited about the prospects for the portfolio and the market in the new year.
After a week of cleaning up the portfolio, Cramer takes stock of the changes and considers his next move.
Cramer continues making trades to shape his portfolio up for the action he sees ahead.
Heading into year-end, it's important to have the right balance of equities and cash.
It has too big a market cap to be get bought out now. In fact, now it's in shape to do some buying of its own.
Buying opportunities have begun to present themselves, but this is a time to err on the side of caution.
After a run of several weeks, it's time to consider a change in the market winds and how to prepare.
Cramer used this past week's strength to take profits in his winners and build new positions.
The insurers have become difficult stocks, and Cramer has a trade in mind to help manage the trouble they're causing.
A positive mention in Barron's is boosting the shares and making Cramer put a plan into action.
Several emerging trends will keep Cramer focused on the news flow next week.
Earnings season is heating up and Greenspan is talking bullishly, but Cramer has his own agenda.
Weighing Sirius and XM against their terrestrial counterparts is useless. Look instead at another sector.
With earnings season on the horizon, it's time to get a game plan in place.
Cramer decides what to do about the late-week rotation into tech and looks at his exposure for the coming week.
Sirius and XM look overvalued on current prospects, but think again: Remember the lesson of Yahoo! and eBay.
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