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In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses the quant-dominated world, and points out one key reason why you may want to have your head examined.
Jim Cramer ponders what motivates someone to call a market top, and talks about how the market could be playing 'The Price Is Wrong.'
West Marine and Fitbit posted quarterly results, while CoreCivic got a lift from a Jeff Sessions memo.
Trump's Friday comments on the nation's fiscal situation sent markets down.
Look for beaten-down stocks that are trading at discounts to the value of their assets. Finding absolute bottoms in stocks is not as important as you may think.
The markets are tethering their hope to President Trump's economic initiatives, but whether that hope becomes reality is another matter.
Trend of decline in deposits is being reversed.
Analogies to past market surges shouldn't concern investors as much as the trillions in debt we've managed to build.
Retail stocks will remain under pressure, despite a handful of better-than-expected results.
This surge in asset valuations can't continue forever.
These numbers confound those who say how dangerous this market is.
Waymo's edge in self-driving chip technology also gives partner Fiat Chrysler a real leg up in the race toward safer vehicles.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Jeffrey Lacker's upcoming retirement, and also discusses some stock market investments.
Cramer shares his views about which consumer goods company could be the next target, and explains why you hang on to a stock.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Procter & Gamble, and wonders if the market is about to slip its moorings.
Cramer shares his views on how tired he is of hearing about Kool-Aid, and wonders if Apple could be valued as a consumer-products company one day.
In highlights from this week's trading diary and posts, Kass discusses a difference between the equity and the fixed-income markets, and watches as the market bends, just a little.
Jim Cramer ponders what makes investors dumb, and talks about how Trump had to go and tweet.
I would buy either IBM or HPE on a dip.
Companies' information is being misread (if it's read at all).
Private equity firms' publicly traded equity holdings are a valuable source of ideas for growth and value investors, alike.
Janet Yellen hawkish remarks boosted financials that cotton to higher interest rates and a steeper yield curve.
U.S. prosperity depends on the dollar staying relatively strong.