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Jim Cramer says many stocks already reflect the worst-case scenarios, and that means he sees a lot of upside potential.
Jim Cramer explains why the fulcrum for the financial markets is growth -- not tariffs, or the Fed, or interest rates.
RBC analysts predict the monetization of Messenger will become 'highly material' to Facebook's profit and loss over time.
Our GLUM Index stocks will be hit hard by this trade war.
It does feel strained to have such a limited number of stocks going higher. But this time I do beg to differ.
Twitter is trying to make it easier to follow big events in real-time, Microsoft is reportedly working on an Amazon Go alternative and Alphabet's Waymo continues to make impressive progress.
Look no further than these 10 stocks when starting a portfolio. They offer a mix of stable names and companies with high growth potential.
There was a brief bout of volatility on the Fed news yesterday but it seems to have been forgotten already.
Though many tech stocks still trade at reasonable valuations, the increases in some companies look more questionable.
Tesla is letting go of roughly 9% of its workforce. What does it mean for production of the Model 3.
Jim Cramer explains what U.S. markets are focusing on now that North Korean nuclear worries have faded.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Tuesday's trending market topics from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Though many tech stocks still trade at reasonable valuations, some recent run-ups look questionable.
Don't have to dig through 450 pages of lawyer-speak? Here's a look at what Facebook revealed to Congress, what they didn't, and what it could mean.
Stocks finished mixed on Tuesday, following the summit between Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and as Wall Street turns its attention the start of the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer congratulates Jack Dorsey for being able to run two companies Square and Twitter.
Stocks in the U.S. were mixed in the wake of the Trump-Kim summit.
Lot's of news flow to consider but let's stick to the charts and technical indicators.
Markets look calm, but we're seeing some extraordinary breakouts, says Jim Cramer.
It's Monday, so let's recap the top political stories.
Jack Dorsey is the latest CEO to step on a social media land mine.
Stocks finished mixed on Thursday as concerns mount over the potential for a major rift on trade and tariffs when G-7 leaders meet later this week.
Instagram reportedly plans to start supporting much longer videos. It's one more example of the platform growing its reach -- and its revenue opportunities.
Amazon has won the rights to broadcast 20 Premier League football matches starting from the 2019 season.
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