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Don't get upended by the rhetoric. The transports are confirming, banks are solid, there's a genuine uptick in commerce and earnings are strong, says Jim Cramer.
One sector is really outperforming.
The stock has been on a multiyear run and shows no signs of slowing down.
The autonomous Chrysler Pacifica features technology developed inside Alphabet, but it's unclear how the company will make money on it.
The chipmaker saw double-digit growth across each of its businesses in the fourth quarter, but Wall Street wanted more.
It's easy to have an irrational fear of heights, but that's often where you find the biggest winners.
Jim Cramer ponders what makes people dump good stocks and discusses the ride gamers, oil and industrials took.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass offers some advice about fundamentals and about what earnings season means.
All three major U.S. indexes closed at record highs for the second consecutive day as investors hope for a U.S. tax reform plan in the coming weeks.
Stocks trade in record territory Friday as investors hope for U.S. tax reform following comments from Donald Trump.
Nvidia shares will drop further if you wait, despite the positive quarterly results, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
Amazon, J&J, IBM and others don't deserve this treatment.
Jim Cramer says Nvidia shares are headed lower. Here's his advice.
Stocks rise Friday as investors hope for U.S. tax reform following comments from Donald Trump.
Today's rally is less-Trump, more-earnings; but don't get too cocky.
Sky-high expectations are keeping Nvidia from jumping after its latest earnings beat. But demand for the company's PC gaming and server GPUs remains extremely strong.
Nvidia reported a great quarter and should be worth $100 billion, TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
Stock futures trade higher Friday as investors hope for U.S. tax reform following comments from Donald Trump on Thursday.
The forces against traffic are numerous, powerful and secular.
Nvidia crushed Wall Street's consensus earnings and revenue estimates in the fourth quarter.
Sky-high expectations are keeping Nvidia from jumping after its latest earnings beat. But demand for the company's PC gaming and server GPUs remains very strong.
Technical analysis shows a familiar peak-and-reversal pattern is due to begin.
We have a president that seems likely to pursue a weaker dollar policy, and gold has surged.
U.S. stock futures are higher Thursday as investors remain concerned over policy uncertainty from the Trump administration.
Artificial intelligence, gaming and autonomous driving are likely to continue to support Nvidia's strong fundamentals. These three ETFs may benefit if investors like what they hear.
AMD shares have seen stellar gains since the company reported strong fiscal first quarter results last week, but there are reasons to think it can appreciate even more.