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The action today is a good illustration of the importance of keeping an open mind about market direction.
The firm raises its price target on Walt Disney to $168 from $144.
Jim and Zev discuss the Kohl's - Amazon news, Disney, Nvidia vs. Tesla, UnitedHealth Group, CVS Health, and much more!
We believe Viacom is undervalued in the market right now as the demand for quality content has never been greater.
To say that TWTR absolutely crushed expectations might not do the firm's performance justice.
We exited one position for a large gain and downgraded four others last week.
Between Netflix, Disney+, Amazon and others, consumers will soon have more choice than ever in where to get their entertainment. Some services will wind up on the chopping block of household budgets -- but which?
Should investors consider adding Cisco to their portfolio? Jim Cramer weighs in TheStreet's new video segment, #AskCramer
The big operator of theme parks and waterparks is entering the best part of its year and should continue to produce higher dividends as it moves forward.
We trimmed 2 positions for gains this week as the market largely treaded water.
At the very least, the valuation may be morphing from traditional old school media to a blend of media and tech.
We like the flexibility we have with our war chest of capital and look forward to our hunt for the next Danaher.
If you want a good read on the economy, look at the details of CSX's latest earnings report.
Netflix's streaming users could surge under next generation data plans.
Netflix argues -- and some analysts agree -- that new streaming services could wind up being complementary, rather than competitive, to Netflix's own offering.
Viacom is dirt-cheap compared to other entertainment companies. What will get the stock jumping higher?
The streaming giant continued to see strong paid subscriber growth in the first quarter, but its outlook for Q2 paid subscriber growth was below analyst expectations.
Netflix shares traded higher Wednesday even after the online streaming service said current quarter subscriber additions would likely miss Wall Street forecasts as a recent price increase works its way through markets around the world.
I don't care what Netflix says about weak domestic. I care about the slate. I care about missing out.
China reported positive data, bolstering markets. Netflix had a beat on earnings, but faces fierce competition ahead. CSX is a thing of beauty.
We're not talking about a rival startup. We're talking about one of the most successful and deep-pocketed media/entertainment companies on the planet.
Netflix said in its first-quarter shareholder letter that it's 'excited to compete,' comparing the new competition to the rise of cable networks in the 1980s and 1990s.
The streaming giant beat earnings expectations for the first quarter but its second quarter guidance was less pleasing.
TheStreet's Eric Jhonsa breaks down Netflix's first-quarter earnings report and 'video interview' with company executives.
A look at the video streaming space after AT&T sells its minority stake back to the joint venture.
Needham believes that Disney+ could add as much as $1 billion to Roku's market cap.
Jim discusses this morning's Viacom buy, earnings from Johnson & Johnson and UnitedHealth Group, and Anadarko Petroleum. In addition, he answers a club member's question!
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