CNBC's Fast Money - Daily Recap and Archives - TheStreet
Fast Money is an American financial investing television program that began airing on the CNBC cable/satellite TV channel on June 21, 2006. Originally a weekly (and later, a periodical) series, this program spun off from a weekly segment that first aired in the May 2006 episodes of On the Money.
Fast Money Recap
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the risks: Don't measure 'Trump per share,' measure actual earnings per share.
Jim Cramer focuses on Maxim Integrated, an overlooked semiconductor stock with a lot of potential for growth.
Jim Cramer details the impact of Apple's earnings on the whole economic ecosystem, and says Apple is the new mall.
Jim Cramer says it's not hard to find great American companies that have soared from Dow 10,000 to Dow 20,000.
Jim Cramer says investors looking for fast-growing tech companies should consider ServiceNow.
Jim Cramer and Bob Lang check out the charts of four tasty restaurant stocks poised to gain in 2017.
Crosscurrents are disruptive, and today's selloff demonstrates why investors need conviction -- and a strong stomach, says Jim Cramer.
Shares of several casual dining and fast-food plays should do very well this year.
Jim Cramer says he's focusing on health-care companies that will break news that moves stocks.
Jim Cramer says this rally relies on a speedy end to regulation, fast repatriation of foreign money and corporate tax reform.
Cramer shares his views on what could happen if we stop feeding the beast. He also discusses spoiled investors and what they can do to your foxhole.
From data storage and oil markets to the 'humanization of pets,' these stocks are worth a closer look.
Jim Cramer says Hawaiian Holdings is 'pretty good,' but Alaska Air is even better.
Jim Cramer says stocks keep leapfrogging their peers in sectors like airlines and semiconductors.
It's only now dawning on investors just how frozen our economy was before Donald Trump, and how quickly things are thawing, Cramer says.
Cramer wonders if this market has gotten too enthusiastic for the Trump agenda.
Jim Cramer identifies powerful currents in the markets and how to navigate them.
FedEx Express, a subsidiary of FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) and the world's largest express transportation company, today announced that Matthew Thornton, III, senior vice president of U.
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APA and YUM are both digging deeper for new opportunities, Jim Cramer says.