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Cramer: Bet on Either the Doom or the Boom

Jim Cramer says there's a tug-o-war playing out daily in the markets and investors need to keep an eye out for the 'doom-or-boom' scenario.


Why Honeywell Stock Is Worth Adding to Your Portfolio

Real Money's Stephen "Sarge" Guilfoyle says Honeywell's recent dip offers investors a good buying opportunity.

Amazon Lead

Cramer's Mad Money Recap: Walmart, Amazon, Apple

As COVID re-emerges, Jim Cramer says it's time to look at companies that flourish in an economy that might get worse before it gets better.

Activision Blizzard

Activision Stock Rebounds as 'Call Of Duty' Playing Hours Rise

Activision says people spent more time playing 'Call of Duty' in the second quarter than they did in all of 2019

Lyft Stock Goes Higher

Lyft Stock: Ride-Hailing Company Narrows Loss on 'Record Hourly Earnings'

San Francisco based Lyft says revenue more than doubled in latest period.

7. Brian Fitzgerald, Jefferies: Match Group

Match Group Stock: Tinder Parent Sees Slow Recovery in India, Brazil

In the second quarter, Match's profit was 46 cents a share, trailing the analyst consensus.

Jim Cramer on What's Next for Amgen Shares

Amgen Stock: Second-Quarter Earnings Top Estimates, Revenue up 5%

Drugmaker focusing on non-small-cell lung cancer drug launch in second half of year.

Zoominfo Lead

Five Top Stock Gainers for Tuesday: Under Armour, ZoomInfo, Translate Bio

Under Armour, ZoomInfo, Translate Bio, Outlook Therapeutics and Arcturus Therapeutics are five top gainers for Tuesday.

Stocks Close Higher as Wall Street Dissects New Tax Laws

S&P 500 Closes at Record High as Earnings Outweigh COVID and China Worries

Stocks end higher as solid earnings reports outweigh jitters about the spread of COVID-19's delta variant and China's clampdown on its gaming and technology sectors

TheStreet Live with Jim Cramer 7/7/21

Stock Market Today With Jim Cramer: Is Clorox Yield Enough for Investors?

Clorox had a rough second quarter and Jim Cramer says big changes are needed at the consumer-products company.