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Whirlpool Stock Gains as Appliance Giant Beats Earnings Estimates

Whirlpool Stock Gains as Appliance Giant Beats Earnings Estimates

Whirlpool shares rose by more than 7% in late trading Monday after the appliance giant announced first-quarter earnings of $3.11 per share.

Spring Is Here, But This Dividend Stock Doesn't Make the Cut for Now

Spring Is Here, But This Dividend Stock Doesn't Make the Cut for Now

Investors may want to hold back right now on scooping up shares of this lawn and garden equipment maker.

WD-40 Shares Fall as Products Maker Misses on Sales

WD-40 Shares Fall as Products Maker Misses on Sales

WD-40 beat earnings expectations, but its sales miss is hurting the stock.

When the Market Gives You a Gift, Just Accept It

When the Market Gives You a Gift, Just Accept It

When good stocks take a beating, they can be a gift to investors with the patience to ride things out.

What's Actually Cheaper at Whole Foods?

What's Actually Cheaper at Whole Foods?

Whole Foods, which is owned by Amazon, has announced a third round of price cuts on hundreds of items. So what's actually cheaper?

Church & Dwight to Buy Flawless and Finishing Touch Brand

Church & Dwight to Buy Flawless and Finishing Touch Brand

Church & Dwight will buy Flawless and Finishing Touch, a hair removal products maker, for up to $900 million.

Google Home vs. Amazon Echo: Which Is Better for You in 2019?

Google Home vs. Amazon Echo: Which Is Better for You in 2019?

Thanks to the recent boom in voice speaker and smart home devices, Amazon Echo and Google Home have been in competition for the best home device. But, which is better for you in 2019?

What the Homebuilder Hot Streak Means for Home Depot, Lowe's

What the Homebuilder Hot Streak Means for Home Depot, Lowe's

The major homebuilders are forecasting strong demand into the second half of 2019, giving a boost Wednesday to shares of Home Depot and Lowe's.

Jim Cramer: Why Lennar's Business Is Good

Jim Cramer: Why Lennar's Business Is Good

Here's why Jim Cramer likes Lennar.

Why Scared Millennials Won't Kill a 'Pretty Robust' Housing Market

Why Scared Millennials Won't Kill a 'Pretty Robust' Housing Market

TheStreet sits down with one of the U.S.' strongest authorities on the housing market, the chief economist for LendingTree, to discuss what the next round of home buyers will mean for the market.