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Dual explosions at a Brussels airport and metro station reignited global panic over terrorism, paralyzing Wall Street.
While currently in a holding pattern, an upside DAL breakout should happen at some point this year.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said investors typically sell airline stocks after terrorist attacks.
It's not a new idea, but most investors don't follow it despite the success.
While the indicators for American Airlines are all still bullish, there are several red flags.
Wal-Mart (WMT) announced plans this morning to boost its annual dividend 2% to $2 per share during the current fiscal year. But if the company is confident in its outlook, why didn't it follow the growing list of firms that are upsizing their share-...
Despite a reported meeting between Saudi Arabia, Russia and two OPEC members this week that may freeze oil production at January levels, the major U.S. airlines encountered little turbulence in the prospect of higher fuel costs.
This might be a good time to take advantage of the recent downdraft in some air carriers.
"2016's worst market sectors: Media, transports (particularly airlines and autos), electrical utilities, pharma/biotech and REITs. Terrorism, an accelerated pace of "cord cutting" and lower U.S. economic activity are a toxic cocktail for Comcast (CM...
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said remember his mantra on Apple ahead of its earnings report, 'own the stock, don’t trade it.'
The Dallas-based airline is leaving rivals in the dust because it excels at monetizing cheap fuel costs.
The U.S. and global economies are showing plenty of positive signs.
Despite a fourth-quarter earnings miss, the shares should take off this year.
U.S. stocks clawed back to gains in the final minutes of the trading day on Tuesday, but fears remained after crude oil closed at its lowest level since September 2003.
Sometimes you have to have faith, other times you have to find the exit.
Global stocks rose on Tuesday as investors cling to hope that Chinese officials will stimulate its' economy, after a report showed 2015 growth was the slowest in 25 years.
Stocks are rallying worldwide despite continued headwinds from China and commodity prices
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC’s Mad Money, said the market could retrench further due to what’s happening in China.
This strong portfolio should weather the storms this year.
Here's the remainder of my 15 Surprises for 2016 (click here for part one). Again, these aren't "predictions" for 2016, but rather a list of potential events that have a reasonable chance of occurring. Again, I call them "possible improbable events"...
Google's search engine, the internet's infrastructure, is the reason.
Investors should see this selection as one part of a multi-year investment program.
Sell a put spread in DAL as a way of collecting premium and playing the airlines not to drop.
General Mills (GIS) is a still a stock to hold for the long term, even as the company missed on earnings due to a slump in cereal sales, says Cramer.
Buy cheap names that will benefit from low oil prices instead.
Jim Cramer tackled the issue of low oil prices when answering viewers’ questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Thursday.
The pundits were wrong about the positive impact of falling energy prices.