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Cramer says a recent survey's results are horrendous even as they are totally understandable.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Domino's Pizza (DPZ) as a new lifetime high candidate
Domino's Pizza (DPZ) stock is surging in pre-market trading on Thursday, after the company posted better-than-expected earnings for the fiscal 2016 second quarter.
Large three-topping carryout pizzas are now $7.99 every day
Jim Cramer will be watching a host of earnings next week. In addition, he offers his playbook for financial literacy.
Cramer shares his views on why something could be up in biotech, restaurants and retail. Celgene, Regeneron and Domino's are among the stocks discussed.
Why study charts? Because charts are like the footprints at the scene of the crime, clues to what the big money managers are likely thinking, Cramer says.
Biotech, restaurants and retail have been left for dead but are showing signs of life today.
Despite all the doom and gloom, this week turned out to be the best so far this year, Cramer says.
Trifecta Stocks expects Domino’s Pizza (DPZ) stock to regain some of the momentum lost in April.
Participants from all around the world competed; only one crowned
McDonald's has been killing it in the U.K. as its cheap fast food has won over economically-challenged Brits.
Domino's Pizza (DPZ) received a rating downgrade to 'neutral at Nomura this morning.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including downgrades for Domino's Pizza, McDonald's and Tesla, and an upgrade for Priceline.
Because of strong demand, Domino's is no longer giving away pizzas with T-Mobile, while Snapchat will launch a digital magazine later this month.
Cramer says Splunk is in the early innings of growth, Chipotle may be jinxed and Henry Schein is a buy.
Everyone wins in this battle as high-quality stocks become more attractive, Cramer says.
Yum! Brands CEO lays it all on the table as to why Pizza Hut has lagged rival Domino's.
T-Mobile is rewarding its customers by giving them each a share in the company's stock.
How does Cramer know that investors are getting careless? Because they see takeovers everywhere.
Enjoy their food but realize that present-day valuations may be hard to swallow on any bad news.
Domino's failed to deliver the right amount of wages to hundreds of its workers, according to Eric Schneiderman, the Attorney General of New York.
After nearly a week of pressure, Wall Street was ready to bounce back on Tuesday.