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The SEC essentially has told companies not to bury their GAAP results in press releases and on earnings calls, and the effects could be dramatic.
With all due respect to Fed watchers, it should be a stock picker's delight this week.
Both the daily and weekly charts are strong, so go long EA.
Retailer GameStop was feeling the effects Friday.
U.S. stocks were in decline as a rare quarterly miss from Walt Disney pulled the Dow lower.
Jim Cramer says one way to get exposure to Disney's success without owning the stock is to buy Hasbro.
Wall Street undervalues studios, but overvalues everything else.
Walt Disney Co. (DIS) is tumbling today, and I reiterated my longstanding bear case for the stock in my previous missive. Disney shares were down some 4% at last check, as the company yesterday reported earnings per share after the bell that failed ...
Disney lost a little magic in the most recent earnings report.
Lumber Liquidators was down in premarket trading following its latest earnings release.
The stock could break the range it's been in over the past two months.
The stock broke out yesterday and the picture appears strong.
Electronic Arts tanked on weak guidance, but looks fun from here.
Rising oil prices may not help Old Dominion Freight Lines.
Shares of Disney have dropped over 8% this year as concerns about the company’s ESPN business have proven stronger than the lift it is getting from 'Star Wars.'
One doesn’t have to jump over gold coins to score some merchandise at Nintendo’s only retail store but there is a lot to see.
Stocks extended highs on Friday morning in a broad rally after the U.S. economy slowed in the fourth quarter, though not as badly as some feared.
The spreads are rough in the options market; don't try to be a hero today.
Analyst actions of note this morning include word that: Susquehanna is initiating coverage of Amazon (AMZN) with a "Positive" rating and a $900 price target. Bank of America/Merrill Lynch is upgrading Electronic Arts (EA) to "Buy" from "Neutral." We...
‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ is expected to bring in $2 billion in sales globally, which could bode well for a host of well-known stocks.
As Marty Zweig might have said, stay in the game.
TheStreet looked at stocks that have soared since the Federal Reserve ended quantitative easing, and Jim Cramer said several of them can climb higher from here.
The 'Rocky' movie franchise is still a knockout for MGM and Warner Brothers (TWX), but the big question is whether box office magic translate to mobile game success.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewer questions on Skyworks (SWKS), PMC-Sierra (PMCS), Avago Technologies (AVGO), Apple (AAPL), Allergan (AGN), Pfizer (PFE), Lockheed Martin (LMT), Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and more.
It's hard to generate the results that would justify its valuation.
Home Depot (HD) hammered Wall Street’s consensus sales and earnings estimates in its third quarter results Tuesday.