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Cash-rich Apple could be staring down the barrel of a tax-cut-driven profit explosion.
The stock may have been beaten up, but this is a good value play.
Trump's proposal may be great for the stock market, but not for the consumer.
China's online watchdog wants to ask Apple a few questions about its apps and live streaming. It's the latest cause for alarm in Silicon Valley.
Social conflicts are likely to increase because of disruption triggered by the internet, he said.
Despite today's relief, remember that the final French vote is two weeks away.
Forget French politics and look for good stock picks.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on trading and adds a new question to his list.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Macy's, Kohl's and Walmart.
Cramer shares his views on the preponderance of evidence, and suggests having faith in interational strength.
Cramer shares his views on whether to give IBM the benefit of the doubt and discusses how, sometimes, the way of the market is just panic and buy.
Netflix projects it will pass the 100 subscriber mark this weekend; no other rival in the space is even close.
The people who are quoted, the people who speak out, tend to be people who made a ton of money in a different era, Cramer.
Politicians' use of fear as an electoral incentive could backfire.
Jim Cramer ponders how to play the French elections and discusses how activism is making a comeback.
Breathe a sigh of relief, Apple bulls. Making a car is ridiculously capital-intensive.
Investors are likely to more closely scrutinize the tech giant's transition from a hardware entity to a software and services provider.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses his takes from this week's trading and how to approach an uncertain market.
There are only a handful of names in my net/net cupboard, and one I wouldn't touch with a 10-foot pole.
A analyst says Kroger should buy WFM, but Kroger's stock doesn't look very tasty.
Consumer spending looks OK, judging by the earnings from several financials.
The stock's sharply higher open could be a breakaway gap.