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Coca-Cola may have the most powerful brand in the world, but there's a better bet for sweet soda profits.
Monday's headlines predicted a gloomy earnings season, Cramer says. What were they thinking?
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Cramer shares his views on why he thinks this market is not finished. Facebook, Amazon and Netflix are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on low bond yields and (T)FANG weakness.
Stocks kept climbing this week as earnings season got into high gear. We cut one name from the portfolio and rerated a few holdings.
Stocks with insider trader activity include SKUL, USCR and PEP
We would be buying NXPI on weakness and selling PEP into strength if we could.
Regardless of your age, think young on investing.
These stocks have both long-term growth potential and short-term gain catalysts.
Take part in a mini retail revival ahead their earnings season in early August.
PepsiCo, Honeywell and Kraft Heinz have made sound, strategic decisions that should lead to long-term growth.
More soda taxes would be unwelcome news for the industry.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us Twitter is moving into sports content, and that the market is still overvalued.
Wall Street closed out the week on a high, clinching its best levels of the year as confidence in the U.S. economy spiked.
We adjusted our holdings this week in four portfolio names, adding to Comcast and Visa but trimming Costco and Walgreens.
Global growth uncertainty could affect Citigroup's revenue, while Costco appears poised for a membership fee hike, according to analysts.
Early consumer feedback for Burger King's Cheetos fried macaroni and cheese seems promising.
Deutsche Bank lifted its price target on shares of PepsiCo (PEP) in a note today, maintaining its ‘buy’ rating.
PepsiCo (PEP) rallied on better-than-expected earnings, but don't expect the gains to last. Use this stock options strategy to profit from the coming move lower.