|Day Low/High||228.73 / 231.75|
|52 Wk Low/High||165.17 / 221.44|
Markets keep surging amid strong earnings and upbeat Fed commentary. In the portfolio, we add to 3 positions and trim 4.
We would be willing to add back to the position on any material pullback once shares have cooled off.
Highlights included initiating positions in Cimarex and Snap-On and exiting Occidental Petroleum.
Cramer shares his views about what's killing retailers and restaurants, and points out that the stock market isn't controlled by the president.
Earnings and talk of the administration's tax plan invigorate markets. We add 2 positions to the portfolio and drop an energy name.
The forces against traffic are numerous, powerful and secular.
When bond yields rise, the economy roars and it's game on for industrials, banks and retailers, says Jim Cramer.
Losing control can send some, such as Twitter, off the rails.
Strauss Zelnick, CEO of Take-Two Interactive, talks to Jim Cramer about the company's powehouse game titles.
Allergan CEO Brent Saunders tells Jim Cramer the company's research and development efforts are paying off.
Jeff Immelt tells Jim Cramer GE is everything Trump's looking for: an American company that exports goods around the globe.
Jim Cramer is bullish on BlackRock and Dave and Busters, but bearish on Callaway Golf and AU Optronics.
It's not an over-exuberant Trump bubble, Jim Cramer says, because earnings and fundamentals remain solid.
Stocks struggle for direction as oil prices rebound and financials fall, but the Nasdaq and S&P 500 move higher in afternoon trading.
The fast-casual food chain expects to do well in the $40 billion-a-year food-delivery business.
The company's 2.0 initiative appears to be working. Here's the proof that Panera's new strategy is making this a stellar stock.
There appears to be room to eat healthy and not care about the carbs. It comes down to risk.
Chain expects to do well in the $40 billion-a-year food-delivery business.
Panera Bread beat analysts' bottom-line estimates while matching revenue expectations.
The Dow holds onto gains as oil prices fall and energy shares slide.
Stocks lose steam Tuesday as oil prices fall and energy shares slide.