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Breathe a sigh of relief, Apple bulls. Making a car is ridiculously capital-intensive.
Investors are likely to more closely scrutinize the tech giant's transition from a hardware entity to a software and services provider.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses his takes from this week's trading and how to approach an uncertain market.
Jim Cramer ponders how to play the French elections and discusses how activism is making a comeback.
There are only a handful of names in my net/net cupboard, and one I wouldn't touch with a 10-foot pole.
Politicians' use of fear as an electoral incentive could backfire.
A analyst says Kroger should buy WFM, but Kroger's stock doesn't look very tasty.
Consumer spending looks OK, judging by the earnings from several financials.
The stock's sharply higher open could be a breakaway gap.
Trimming the Fed's balance sheet raises questions about what FOMC members know about the economy.
Don't forget, the Fed calls the tune.
Netflix projects it will pass the 100 subscriber mark this weekend; no other rival in the space is even close.
Hard to believe, but GS is now on the defensive.
The precious metal is at extreme overbought levels.
CSIQ is trying to show stability after a long decline, but it will likely take a longer period of consolidation to see a sustained rally.
Effective market timing is really nothing more complicated than embracing the old saying that "the trend is your friend."
FSLR is still in a bearish mode.
Cramer shares his views on how sometimes the market just wants to go down, and how public relations nightmares don't matter to investors.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on whether Judgment Day is here for the financials and discusses General Electric, Apple and Caterpillar.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Apple, Allergan and Western Digital.
Cramer shares his views on redefining the Trump trade and discusses whether Trump has turned his back on 'America First.'
A few more sessions like the ones they have been having could be cause for real worry.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses how the character of the market has changed.
Jim Cramer ponders how to think about the long term when thinking of banks and discusses the importance of adding to pipeline positions.