It's Thursday, and you know what that means? We're one day away from the weekend.

Let's wrap up today with some of the top stories. Ready to kill that last hour at work?

There was a good amount of news today, starting with JC Penney announcing some disappointing earnings, and World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s stock shot up as high as 16%. And, of course, Tesla was back in the news for a couple of reasons. And a contributor for RealMoney urged everyone to stay away from Campbell Soup Co.'s stocks. Hm, OK. Let's break this down. 

Buy Nvidia If It Falls Another $5 From Here: Jim Cramer

Jim Cramer likes Nvidia Corp. (NVDA) . He holds shares of it in his Action Alerts PLUS portfolio. He likes it so much that he's apparently interested in buying more. 

But, only if the stock falls to $244 first. That's a...$5 difference.

Is there reason to this? 

Maybe TheStreet's Tony Owusu can bring method to this madness.

Tesla Just Started Hiring for Its New China Factory

Ah, Tesla. There were two Tesla Inc. (TSLA) stories today, but you can read more about the other one above. Instead, let's focus on China.

Elon Musk announced his company's intention of jumping into the China market and building a gigafactory overseas on Tesla's earnings call. It appears that Musk is staying true to his word. 

The electronic carmaker has begun posting for positions in China.

But don't get too excited! The location is still unknown. 

TheStreet contributor Jonas Elmerraji, who could—at this point—probably be described as one of TheStreet's Tesla experts, has the details.

Kiss Legend Gene Simmons: Here Comes Dow 30,000

Yeah, you read that right.

Gene Simmons popped into TheStreet's offices today to sit down with Brian Sozzi. 

But why is the lead singer of Kiss talking about the stock market? Well, first of all, let's not judge a book by its cover.

Second, Sozzi claims that there's also method to this madness.

Dying to know why Simmons is making stock market predictions yet?

That's it for Throwback Thursday. 

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