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Cramer likes what he hears from Motorola but won't take a ride with Ford.
Cramer identifies some short-term plays and long-term plays in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
Filling in for Jim Cramer, Aaron Task urges caution in playing the oil market.
Forecasts suggest the hurricane will veer north and not disrupt crude.
Despite a pullback earlier in the session, a late surge leads to another record for crude.
Companies such as Valero and Frontier are expected to post record results this quarter.
Cramer says the 'supermarket' approach by big banks such as Citigroup isn't working.
The top 10 stocks on the S&P 500 -- and the bottom 10 -- can help you see what's possible in the rest of 2005.
A look at the calendar prompts caution. Also, charts of Valero and others.
Continued September strength should lead to bigger-than-average gains in October and November.
Ivan could easily boost profit margins by causing even a brief supply disruption.
Things have changed in the past two sessions. A short-term buying opportunity could loom ahead.
The spurt in gasoline prices could make 2004-05 the years of record margins for the energy subsector.
Immediate follow-through is rarely the main issue. Rather, trends are all about position, price and time.
Use a simple metric to see how much really is 'in' stocks that report blowout quarters.
Plus, charts of Openwave, Tesoro Petroleum, Harmony Gold and more.
If you're considering the short side, take a look at Tesoro, Kohl's and more.
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