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Jim Cramer is watching Apple earnings for Apple Watch orders and updates on Apple Pay Monday. Kraft, Bristol-Myers Squibb, GrubHub and ExxonMobil will be on his radar later this week.
Futures point slightly higher as the juggernaut report draws near.
There are still plenty of companies doing well this quarter and investors need to take advantage of the opportunities when they see them, Cramer says.
Cramer goes with Randgold over Tahoe Resources and says Carnival is good.
Cramer is impressed by the turnaround efforts of Coca-Cola, McDonald's, Yum! Brands, IBM and Yahoo!.
With a striving economy, low fuel prices, and people having more disposable income, more consumer and business travel is expected in the coming months.
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Southwest and Spirit are Cramer's favorite airlines but he says the Royal Dutch Shell deal for BG Group is an 'embarrassment.'
The market got a gift today, says Cramer. So why were investors heading for the hills?
TheStreet's Jim Cramer acknowledges that there could be headwinds for some airlines due to the stronger dollar, but low valuations make it hard to dislike the industry.
Iceland's Wow Air picked Boston as its first U.S. destination and will start in Baltimore in May, as low-fare trans-Atlantic service begins to take hold.
Clive Jackson is the founder and CEO of Victor, a mobile app that adds transparency and ease into booking a trip on a private jet.
The trading panel discussed the declines in biotech, transports and semiconductors.
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Cramer likes Celladon and Sirius XM Radio, thinks Centene is amazing and is avoiding King Digital and Virgin America.
Cramer says it's time to take some profits and raise cash for the next speed bump. He'll be watching company earnings from Sonic, Paychex and GameStop, among others.
Jim Cramer says there are a lot more winners than losers when commodity prices fall.
Cramer is concerned about Chicago Bridge & Iron, thinks Ecolab is a terrific stock and wants no part of Telefonica Brasil.
Cramer celebrates two anniversaries this week: the 'Haines bottom' of six years ago and the debut of his CNBC show.
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Spirit follows American Airlines to a downgrade resulting from pricing competition as Southwest adds routes at Dallas Love Field.
Cramer said Acadia Pharmaceuticals is good but speculative and he's ringing the register on Aruba Networks.
What doesn't kill this market makes it stronger, Cramer says. His game plan includes Netflix, Berkshire Hathaway and Costco, among others.
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The trading panel discussed the price of oil, Apple's stock and whether BlackBerry is a buy now.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer takes a closer look at American Airlines following Cowen & Company's downgrade, as well as First Solar following its YieldCo venture with SunPower.
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