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U.S. stocks extended their decline after a weaker-than-expected jobs report stoked fears over the health of the U.S. economy.
Stocks have opened lower, as one might expect given this morning's punk January U.S. jobs report (which came about 40,000 positions shy of the consensus). The Labor Department also revised the previous month's job numbers down by some 30,000. Wage g...
U.S. futures are falling after the latest non-farm payroll jobs report showed that the U.S. added fewer jobs than analysts were expecting.
I'm inclined to look at short entry points at the moment.
Unlikely stocks surge while 2 tech names get hammered after hours.
They are the future, but not right now.
I'm not taking a big risk with Tableau Software (DATA) here, but with the stock down more than 35% after hours, I would anticipate most of the downside is priced into the call. From a risk-reward standpoint, I measure it as risking a 5% to 7% downsi...
After hours, LinkedIn (LNKD) is testing the $150 area after terrible guidance. The stock is down 22%. Even worse, Tableau Software (DATA) is down 38%. The conference call is likely to bounce the stock a little, but a few high P/E names are being abs...
Right now, it's hard to gauge the risk in this name.
Tableau Software (DATA) stumbled Thursday after competitor Oracle (ORCL) reported a drop in sales and lowered its revenue outlook.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Stocks opened modestly higher this morning as investors digested various earnings reports, but the market has given up some of its early gains. As expected, Gilead Sciences (GILD) is having a big day after reporting blowout numbers after the bell ye...
IBM and United Tech show beauty is only growth deep and value largely valueless.
Thursday was the initial breakout above the handle, with price confirmation on Friday.
Here is a recap of positions we have on with John Carter.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
There are also a few reported deals to keep an eye on.