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On a compound basis over the next 100 years, hitting 1 million on the Dow could happen. Not a bad call, Warren Buffett.
Cramer explains that hurricanes Irma and Harvey busted the algorithms and also discusses how some deals have probably gone down during this administration.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses the amount of risk many retail investors have and also discusses how to look at the four most important bases.
McDonald's in Hong Kong is half a world away from the chain's origins -- both literally and in terms of the sights, sounds and tastes.
It is hard to listen to the rationalization of irrational thinking that has led, in the past, to unfavorable market outcomes.
Tech, defense and an old-school industrial name could be big winners from tax cuts and cash repatriation -- here's how to play it.
Irish building-materials giant CRH's $3.5 billion deal for Kansas cement maker shows you might want to buy U.S. infrastructure and industrial plays after all.
Apple stock easily sliced through its 50-day moving average after a series of negative news. Here is the next move.
Not a good recipe for this stock.
A lot depends on who the next chair will be.
Apple has underperformed the S&P 500 over the past five years.
We're seeing some changes, but not in the market's overbought condition.
Jollibee, one of the best-known Filipino brands, is reportedly bidding north of $1 billion for British sandwich chain Pret A Manger, the biggest-ever deal out of the Philippines.
Cramer reflects on how some stock get even cheaper when they slide and also discusses tax reform.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on some key stocks and reviews some equities.
Cramer reflects on United Tech and also brings up a positive about hurricanes.
Central banks' talk of taking the punch bowl away will increase bond market volatility.
The drug-maker's stock just keeps going higher. What is the next move?
The market's resilience is a function of lemming-like behavior amid economic and global conditions that are less secure than many believe.
I see little in Apple's newest iPhone that peers don't already offer, which means its sales could disappoint relative to optimistic expectations.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses Disney, ESPN and industrial production.
Cramer explains why the analysts on Wall Street have it wrong about Apple's iPhone, and also points out that retail isn't going away, just somewhere new.
U.S. companies that have significant sales in Europe are about to reap the benefits of a weak greenback.