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The new year could see Google overhaul YouTube Red, buy back more stock and land a major self-driving car deal.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
The companies that kept working and buying back stock on the cheap are having their day.
Jim Cramer calls Monsanto a takeover target and says AGCO is the buyer.
This is a buy in the $44 to $42 area, risking a weekly close below $41.
The Georgia-based manufacturer may be outperforming Deere due to its focus on farming equipment and optimism on Argentina.
Shares of AGCO are up 6 percent this year despite a continued slump in commodity prices and increasingly pessimistic farmers.
All things considered, we would either be standing aside AGCO or short, looking to add to shorts below $44.
Deere & Co. (DE) was down more than 1% at last check, likely due to a 7% drop at irrigation company Lindsay Corp. (LNN) following that firm's downbeat earnings release and conference call. An excerpt from this morning's Lindsay call: "We are now in ...
AGCO has performed admirably in a bear market, but the bears may have a slight edge looking the longer-term view.
Looking ahead to tomorrow, there are two big companies to watch from an earnings perspective. The first is Deere & Co. (DE), especially after Caterpillar's (CAT) comments this morning, which I touched on here. While DE is in the construction equipme...
After yesterday's sharp rally, traders could wait and look to buy a pullback towards $46.
Here are four reasons Friday was down as much as it was.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Deere & Co. (DE) as the farm machinery company gets set to report its latest quarterly results.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.