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In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us that the Fed has run out of credibility and describes Janet Yellen's speech as boring.
Jim Cramer ponders the presidential campaign tradition of corporate bashing and how the stock market is more important than the Fed.
It's a 'ruly' selloff because the economy has gotten stronger and inflation is in check because of technology and globalization.
How could anyone be surprised other than the jokers who bought everything at the beginning of the day?
Apple has more cash than any other company in the world, but it has not made any big investments since its $3 billion acquisition of Beats by Dre in 2014.
The two are already involved in a joint venture and GE is looking elsewhere for acquisitions.
Sears is getting more help with its debt after a dismal quarter.
Biotech and pharma stocks have been hit hard under pressure from Hillary Clinton and Congress. What's next?
Short-seller Andrew Left says Mallinckrodt has long been gaming the system on its Acthar Gel drug.
Chinese stimulus money could be pushing up home prices everywhere, and bringing the spoils right back to China.
Earnings show a tale of two retailers ahead of the important back-to-school buying season.
Tesla unveils a new battery pack that makes the Model S one of the fastest cars ever produced. But can the company deliver enough cars?
The technology could mean banks would not necessarily have to move to the E.U.
The broadcaster sold an Olympic record $1.2 billion in advertising even though it saw a 13% decline in ratings from the 2012 London Games.
Here are six reasons why Doug Kass is selling naked October Apple calls.
Rick HIll's strong track record implies that M&A is certainly on the table for the semiconductor company.
China's second-largest insurer plans to allocate billions to international real estate. Here's how it will go about it.
Cramer shares his views on Target's excuses. Apple, CVS and Urban Outfitters are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying J.C. Penney, and warns of slowing consumer spending.
Cramer shares his views on how to handle Hain-type problems. Valeant, Amazon and Whole Foods are among the stocks discussed.
Doug Kass also shares his thoughts on 'Peak Hedge Funds' and cautions us all to avoid the brown acid.
Jim Cramer ponders how the playing field is being leveled and how three stocks indicate a change in interest rates.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about nothing and ponders the wisdom of working for a living if it kills you in the end.
Apple's CEO is on a goodwill mission touring China, but can a new research development center help Apple avoid regulatory hurdles?
The company has beat on earnings and revenue yet shares are distinctly unfit.