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Jim Cramer ponders what makes investors dumb, and talks about how Trump had to go and tweet.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses a difference between the equity and the fixed-income markets, and watches as the market bends, just a little.
I would buy either IBM or HPE on a dip.
Companies' information is being misread (if it's read at all).
Private equity firms' publicly traded equity holdings are a valuable source of ideas for growth and value investors, alike.
Janet Yellen hawkish remarks boosted financials that cotton to higher interest rates and a steeper yield curve.
U.S. prosperity depends on the dollar staying relatively strong.
This will be good for gold and commodities, but not for the dollar.
Should investors really pine for small-caps this Valentine's Day?
Tuesday's testimony could spark an overdue pullback.
A few gems from Carlyle Group's recent filing.
Be ready for a fairly sizable move to hit the crude oil market.
Cramer shares his views about what's killing retailers and restaurants, and points out that the stock market isn't controlled by the president.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Twitter and Coty's misses, and discusses health insurers and Greece.
Cramer shares his views about Disney, the most de-risked entertainment company ever, and wonders why, if Trump is so bad for stocks, there's no correction yet.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on boosts to financials, and discusses what M&A speculation is doing to biotechs.
Jim Cramer ponders what makes people dump good stocks and discusses the ride gamers, oil and industrials took.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass offers some advice about fundamentals and about what earnings season means.
This market just doesn't have much respect for arguments that seem extremely logical.
Keep this list handy as Sears' life winds down.
The Fed had to allow the level of reserves to rise to sustain its policy rate, which is at 75 basis points.
But there's still a lot of bullishness.
Be cautious on betting which particular tax proposals get implemented.
Wednesday's minor comeback preserves bullish sentiment.
The fast-casual food chain expects to do well in the $40 billion-a-year food-delivery business.