Wall Street markets are mixed on Thursday ahead of President Trump's tariff announcement that's expected this afternoon.

TheStreet's Real Money columnists from our Premium site for active traders provide you with keen insight to help you consider what to do next.

Here are some of Thursday's observations from three of the very best:

Jim Cramer: Trump's Tariff Move Needs an Appeals Process

Cramer wants to know how much President Trump will "give" on tariffs. "Will we be able to have an appeals process, where our allies are not punished but the point is made that this is about China? ... Without that appeals process or exemption, I see talk of some sort of worldwide trade war."

Stephen 'Sarge' Guilfoyle: This Tech-Stock Lineup Is a Modern-Day Murderer's Row

Guilfoyle compares Apple and his other favorite tech stocks to the fabled 1927 New York Yankees lineup, which was known as "Murderer's Row." The columnist writes that you can "throw any timeline you want onto the model. ... One, three, five or 10 years ... it's always the same. Information Technology ends up on top of the model. Consistency unparalleled."

Paul Price: A $49 Million Vote of Confidence In Hain Celestial

Paul Price says insider buys are always a good sign, and that's what got him looking at Hain Celestial (HAIN)  . Board member Glenn Welling (an activist investor) recently bought $49 million of Hain shares, and Price writes that that's only the beginning of the bull case for the stock.

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