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These firms would look great to the godfather of value investing.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says investors need protection in this market and they should look for high yielding stocks, like General Motors.
The global diesel engine manufacturer's charts show that investors aren't serious about buying shares.
Merrill's reversal from Buy to Sell defies logic -- and where was it $50 or $60 ago?
TheStreet's Jim Cramer tackled viewer questions on the economy from the NYSE Wednesday. His first viewer question was from Henry Blodget, an investor and CEO of Business Insider.
ILMN's three-month at-the-money implied volatility is at about the median level.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer answered questions from social media on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The central bank doesn't care if rate hikes send your stocks lower.
"Some people live an entire lifetime and wonder if they have ever made a difference in the world. Veterans don't have that problem." Happy Veterans Day to all who have served. *Price is what you pay, value is what you get." -- Warren Buffett. Read t...
The U.S. is still winning the trade war -- and these companies are leading the charge.
There will reports from Macy's, Kohl's and Nordstrom.
Should we really remain bearish amid a flood of positive news?
Global turmoil means solid balance sheets are a must-have feature; so are nice current yields.
As market slides, great buys in strong names emerge, such as Airgas and Cummins.
Its products are superb. But nobody wants them right now.
These U.S.-based multinational companies have taken an undeserved beating and are worth buying.
Cummins (CMI) may have thoroughly beaten Wall Street’s consensus earnings forecast in its second quarter, but investors should still sell or even short the engine-maker’s stock.