|Day Low/High||17.45 / 18.10|
|52 Wk Low/High||3.72 / 8.54|
Jim Cramer likes Home Depot and prefers Schlumberger to SeaDrill Limited.
Crosscurrents are disruptive, and today's selloff demonstrates why investors need conviction -- and a strong stomach, says Jim Cramer.
Expect more volatility next week instead of Santa Claus rally.
But there is still some decent stock picking to be had.
The FANG names, biotechnology, oil and financials are weaker but there is some stock picking if you dig deep.
The euphoria has calmed down, and if stocks can consolidate, we will have some better entry points.
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I'm feeling pressure to force some trades today, but I'm trying to stay selective.
Right now, it is more important to protect capital than to build positions.
My game plan is to stay focused on individual stocks and not worry too much about the indices.
Strength in certain names has been sold, but I don't think the small-cap oils trade is over.
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Trying to apply logic to this market isn't working well.
The mood has been overly emotional, and there has been plenty of machine action.
News announcements from these companies are supportive of continued strength.
News announcements from these companies is supportive of continued strength.
Some small caps I own are on the move of late, and are still attractive.
The volatility in stock prices during earnings season can be daunting, posing a greater risk as investors decide the timing of their trades.