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For the week of January 23, investors will be watching Donald Trump's first full week as President of the United States.
The weak companies could be clobbered.
The idea of buying American and hiring American is good news for defense, ag and energy stocks, says Jim Cramer.
A Canadian court has ruled that the fraudulent Ecuadorian judgment against Chevron Corporation cannot be enforced against Chevron Canada Limited, an indirect subsidiary.
Check out the relationship between movement in the stock and the United States Oil ETF.
Oil producers are expected to ramp production in response to OPEC's recent production cut agreement, but the U.S. Department of Energy suspects this will stunt oil price increases through 2018.
Growth is almost guaranteed in these two areas, says James McDonald of Index Strategy Advisors.
Domestic crude stockpiles increased by 4.1 million barrels less than two weeks after OPEC initiated production cuts to rebalance the global oil market.
Four more DJIA components that are well below their historic highs.
Going into earnings what the market needs now is more negativity, Cramer says.
Oil-levered players Devon Energy and Anadarko Petroleum were among the biggest losers, while Southwestern Energy led the charge south for winter as natural gas prices also took a beating Monday.
The S&P 500 rose about 2% in December as the Trump rally rolled on, but that didn't stop individual investors from locking in gains according to a TD Ameritrade index.
A selloff in crude oil proves another roadblock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average's pursuit of 20,000.
The stock's gains since late October hit little resistance, meaning support may be lacking if shares fall.
As the world waits for Dow 20,000, Jim Cramer looks at the Dow stocks with room to run.
Stocks trade mostly lower Monday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average taking a pause in its race toward 20,000.
You have to think that if these stocks were so high once, then it's likely they will be again.
Jim Cramer ponders how too few stocks are doing too much in the Dow's race to 20,000 and how there isn't enough GANG to go with all the FANG.
Disney and Goldman are doing a lot of the heavy lifting.
Chevron, Pfizer, IBM, Caterpillar and Coca-Cola are showing breakout technical charts.
Bank of America changed its rating on four energy stocks, including Chevron, EOG Resources, Occidental and Southwestern.
I believe a Trump administration will foster more projects going forward.