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Frank Curzio's guests include Scott Moritz on big tech, Dan Fitzpatrick on the technicals, and David Peltier with 'Should You Buy It?'.
A debt-free balance sheet and a secure dividend is still the way to go.
In a volatile market, these high-yielding stocks of companies with zero debt are more appealing than ever.
The trading panel notes that J. Crew fell after hours on poor guidance.
West Texas crude for July delivery was recently trading $1.40 lower at $126.36 a barrel.
BJ's, Skechers, Patterson-UTI, CTC Media upgraded; Barr Pharmaceutical downgraded.
And keep in mind that last year's winners very rarely become this year's winners.
American Greeting, Cameco and Patterson-UTI downgraded; eDiets upgraded; ratings initiated on Optium.
Here's a list of companies that have recently announced buybacks.
When this group breaks out of its long-term base, these names could go along for the ride.
Bob Rodriguez of FPA Capital has cleaned up on energy stocks. But his No 1 pick is cash.
A cyclone near the Persian Gulf trumped bearish inventory numbers to boost energy futures.
Cramer regrets his decision to sell the stock and says it's going higher.
Nabors, Patterson-UTI and Atwood are looking up, Cramer says.
Shares fall after the manufacturer gives cautious guidance for 2007.
Volatility in the sector will remain the norm, but the basing may have begun.
There's no question: As oil prices rise, several companies just get cheaper.
The weakness in drillers like Patterson-UTI just doesn't make sense. Nor does Alien's excuse for delaying its IPO.
Geopolitics and fear of the Fed have created opportunities in stocks like Oceaneering, Lehman, Applied Materials and more.
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