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
Earnings season is still in full swing and Cramer wants you to know which stocks he'll be watching and how to use his knowledge to be a better investor.
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Cramer is gearing up for the heaviest week of this earnings season, but he's also providing his game plan for helping you be a better investor.
Jim Cramer finds it noteworthy a major fund has bought into Chipotle.
Markets don't always go up, which is why Cramer wants you to know how to deal with major selloffs.
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Three of Cramer's four FANG stocks still perform but the fourth can easily be replaced by these two companies.
Cramer says New Relic is doing a terrific job and he's still bullish on Fitbit.
There are way too many companies but the U.S. government has thrown a chill into M&A, Cramer says.
Microsoft's buy of LinkedIn is great news for the stock market, Cramer says.
Cramer will be watching everything from Chinese economic data to release numbers for 'Finding Dory.'
Cramer is not ready to condemn Foot Locker to the scrap heap but he's not investing in HP.
These stocks will tell you which way the economy is heading, Cramer says.
Today at Walmart's 46 th Annual Shareholders Meeting, President and CEO, Doug McMillon outlined his vision for the future.
It's another busy earnings week but all could be lost when the Federal Reserve's Janet Yellen speaks late in the week.
Cramer says DineEquity stock is the restaurant stock to consider and Walmart is only in the first inning of an impressive turnaround.
There are lots of stocks still working in this market, and Cramer tells you which ones.
Baxter is even better since it split off its medical supply business while Treehouse Foods is getting a boost from its association with Amazon, Cramer says.
Oil and the Federal Reserve have been running the markets, Cramer says.