Real Money on TheStreet - Free Previews

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Jim Cramer talks about how the market just keeps taking what happens and how Facebook isn't expensive. Yet.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass tells us about the good, the bad and the ugly.
Analysts see double-digit growth through next year in the public cloud services market, in which Amazon and Alphabet have considerable investments.
Even as it takes one hit after another, this market has remained resilient.
Apple market share has been driven by its phones but Samsung and other competitors are gaining momentum.
Like the 1969 World Series-winning New York Mets, Amazon is doing everything right.
There seems to be no limit to Amazon's ascent, and its dominance in cloud services will lift it even higher.
Short-seller Andrew Left says Facebook stock will go lower, though analysts remain bullish on the social media company.
That sound you hear is jaws dropping because of Facebook's earnings.
As some refiners prepare to report earnings, the oil glut continues.
Ad revenue growth is expected to drive Facebook earnings, which are set for release Wednesday.
Twitter and Apple both faced low earnings expectations. Doug Kass looks at how they fared.
Cramer is 'encouraged' by what has the makings of momentum in high-profit, high-growth and highly predictable recurring revenue streams.
Is the stock finally ready to rise after treading water?
Twitter's disappointing earnings didn't help the social media site at all, as these charts show.
We believe the company is well on its way to spiraling out of control.
Both political parties have different plans on how to solve this ballooning problem.
Goldman Sachs looks past 'loyalty noise' and sees comparables re-acceleration for Starbucks.
Apple is scheduled to release its earnings results after the closing bell, but expectations are low due to flagging smartphone sales.
Adam Silver is becoming a key social advocate, flexing the NBA's muscle to support the LGBT community and dealing a blow to Charlotte, N.C.'s economy.
GameStop could see a 65- to 200-basis-point upside due to Pokémon Go fever.
Analysts say that the downside risk for Apple rises only if sales decline by more than 5% to 10% a year. The question is whether that is likely.
In this new ballgame, Tim Armstrong should get the ball every play.
Cramer shares his views on the positive signs in the market. Microsoft, Illinois Tool Works and Cintas are among the stocks discussed.
Cramer shares his views on Microsoft's killer quarter and its meaning. IBM, Boeing and General Electric are among the stocks discussed.