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The social media giant is working on video and e-commerce features that give users new reasons to load its app, and which also give it more ad space to sell.
Cramer explains why the bulls may have gotten a break with Steve Bannon's departure from the White House, and also considers whether the alternate facts narrative has finally ended.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses Foot Locker's missteps and ponders an adult riddle.
A bearish divergence has developed in the charts.
And here's some recommended reading for the president.
But prices are back up near the highs.
Estee Lauder has figured out something that so few really have.
That's what active traders must decide after brutal day of selling.
Is this going to be an exhaustion gap?
Traders should brace for selling.
It's not central banks, but rather global demographics, that will dictate interest rates.
Charts suggest more pain ahead for NGL.
The volatility is not over, and gold's safe-haven status is once again key.
Asia is the Alamo for cigarette makers, site of their last stand. When will cigarette producers realize the future burns electric?
There's new-found interest in India -- not surprising when the market is up by one-third this year alone.
If you follow them, selloffs should be cause for celebration, not dread.
August generally seems to get the blame for many bad things to come.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on shorting bonds and also offers some questions amid the 'fire and fury.'
This hysteria dwarfs even the famous tulip bulb lunacy.
Here's what Cramer has learned about Intel.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Priceline, Disney, Starbucks and a few other companies.
Cramer examines how the secondaries are getting some primary attention and also observes that the market is becoming more discerning.