Goldman Sachs, a holding of Jim Cramer's charitable trust Action Alerts PLUS, are up 80% since Lloyd Blankfein started as CEO in June 2006.
I struggle to remember when I have seen a company grow like this, even one with one-tenth, no, one-twentieth the size.
The machines didn't care, they just wanted movement.
GE sets up nicely as a long-premium options trading candidate.
The fact that GE just nominated three new candidates for its board can only muddy the waters.
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CMG is ripe for a risk reversal here supported by cash.
Now that Walmart stock is on sale, should investors scoop it up or take a wait-and-see approach?
I don't want to hear about strategic transformations and corporate reconfigurations.
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