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Wait for a consolidation pattern before probing the long side.
Swiss chocolate-maker Lindt & Spruengli and these American candy kings offer something sweet for investors.
AMD continues to surge, after significant year-over-year improvements almost everywhere.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
I have bought long positions in these 2 materials sector names.
Jim Cramer says he likes the building materials company Cemex (CX), and thinks Mexico is making a remarkable comeback.
Jim Cramer says UnitedHealth's stock is going much higher, and it is a 'terrific' name to own.
Global cement makers look ready to build a foundation for future gains.
Shares of the Bank of Ireland have had a tremendous run over the past year, but the valuation is still cheap since it is still coming off such a deep bottom.
Chilean beer-seller CCU, Japan's AIT and Mexican cement-maker Corp. Moctezuma are set to shine, says Craig Stone, PM of the Virtus International Small-Cap Fund.
Michael Reynal, portfolio manager for the RS Emerging Markets fund, names his top emerging market stocks including Cemex and Taiwan Semi.
Despite some significant insider trading, this cement company's stock looks very speculative.
We'll finish out the day with an investment idea and one more spec play, both from the same family.
These buildings-materials names are clawing their way higher thanks to improved fortunes in housing.
There is no reason to believe the market is topping out. It just needs to digest its gains.
The bullish continuation patterns in TAL, CX and USG are quite positive.
With the metals-and-mining group now leading, here's how to trade some individual names.
Whether or not you believe the end is nigh, let's make as much money as possible beforehand.
It is helpful to take a look at those whoprospered from previous bouts of economic turmoil.
Here are some high-potential names in two beaten-down sectors: banks and infrastructure.