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On the 14th anniversary for 'Mad Money', Jim Cramer talks about how to balance owning index funds and individual stocks.
Last year Facebook dropped after a string of negative press, but eventually the stories continued and the stock stabilized. That was the bottom.
Consider these five, right in front of you on this one day, so you get the perils of stock ownership and know how to handle them when they occur.
Facebook is also saying good-bye to WhatsApp head Chris Daniels.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average held close to breakeven Thursday.
A full replay of the call will be available shortly and an edited transcript of the call will be posted in the coming days.
Here is how I would play the decline off outage issues.
Better advertising revenue expectations changes the view of longtime BTIG bear Richard Greenfield.
The issues accessing Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp continued into a second day on Thursday.
In a market full of noise it pays to focus on individual fundamentals. One of my favorite phrases is 'cash flow never lies.'
Jim Cramer said that he's more concerned about Facebook's outage than the criminal probe that The New York Times reported late Wednesday.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the top headlines Thursday. He discusses Facebook's criminal probe, Tesla's new SUV, Boeing's jets, GE's dividend cut and why he likes Dell.
General Electric, Boeing, Tesla and Facebook are all driving headlines Thursday morning. Jim Cramer breaks down what it all means for the markets.
Though WeChat is one of a kind, Facebook might be able to replicate some of the success Tencent's platform in areas such as web apps, ads and payments.
U.S. stock futures turn lower after a report says a summit between Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping won't happen in March; Boeing's 737 MAX 8 jet is grounded by U.S. authorities; Federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into data deals reached by Facebook, a report says; Tesla will unveil its Model Y SUV on Thursday.
At least two smartphone makers have been subpoenaed in a U.S. Department of Justice probe over data-sharing agreements with Facebook, according to a New York Times report.
Disruptors are among the biggest winners, says Jim Cramer. Companies like Apple and Kraft Heinz need to re-imagine their companies in bold, meaningful and even radical ways.
In this day and age, companies must be 'disruptors' or get left in the dust.
Stocks ended higher Wednesday as Wall Street looks past uncertainty about Brexit and worries about Boeing after the United States became the latest country to ground the 737 Max 8.
Jim Cramer doesn't think that big tech should be broken up. Here's why.
Jim Cramer's got some thoughts on cannabis and whether or not it's time to break up big tech.
Wondering what's moving these markets? Here's what Jim Cramer thinks about Aurora Cannabis adding Nelson Peltz as an advisor and the proposals to break up big tech.
The chip giant is betting heavily on a strategy that involves supporting several types of processors, as well as software that can be used by different processing architectures.
This is hope, not fact -- don't pay more for the same old thing.
Jim Cramer looks at Boeing, Dick's Sporting Goods and more -- and shows investors how to really understand the markets and stock-picking.
Amazon is pushing some of its suppliers to sell goods directly via its marketplace, and reportedly plans a policy change that's likely to go over well with many e-commerce startups.
Dick's can teach you more about what's happening in the overall market than anything else I saw today.
Facebook's next growth driver could be payments, and the road to capturing market share could prove challenging.
The immediate distractions related to the development of its streaming video service will provide opportunities to buy the shares at a good price, since Disney's long-term potential is still supported by unique assets.
The social network may have inadvertently helped prove the presidential candidate's point.
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