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I covered all of my ETF shorts during last Friday's market schmeissing and went net long as the negativity on Wall Street became as thick as the rhetoric in the Democratic and Republican debates. But I moved back to market neutral yesterday as the S...
But are the shares worth the risk, even if big changes are made?
Not time to panic yet, but keep a close watch on events.
Anyone who isn't at least a tad cautious is either arrogant, clueless or both.
Jim Cramer explained his position on FANG stocks Monday, while answering viewer questions from social media.
TheStreet is out with five noteworthy tech predictions for the New Year, featuring all of your favorite companies.
Contrary action was so well anticipated that it never had much chance to develop.
Here are two interesting charts from my pal Steve Cortes on FANGs: And: Overall, I think it's time to short the TFANGs. After all, I believe the S&P 500's outlook beyond the near term will be inhospitable over the next six to 12 months, while I expe...
I see that some investors are getting giddy about the market's leaders, or what I call the "TFANGs" -- Tesla (TSLA), Facebook (FB), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX) and Google/Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL). I don't agree that the TFANGs will continue to see s...
Be cautious, as they also could fade like the hot names of the 1960s and '70s.
"Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing." -- William Shakespeare, Macbeth Last week's market rally...
Warren Buffett is satisfied with his IBM holdings, but is Jim Cramer satisfied with the stock? Not exactly.
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.
There's no sweet Dr. Seuss ending to brighten your portfolio.
Jim Cramer, portfolio manager of TheStreet's Action Alerts Plus and host of CNBC's 'Mad Money,' sees a selective Santa Claus rally on Wall Street this year.
A host of major companies like Apple (AAPL), Google (GOOG) and Tesla (TSLA) are investing resources to combat climate change.
"If Santa Claus should fail to call, Bears may come to Broad & Wall." -- Old market saying Stocks' recent five-week recovery from late September's lows to early November's highs looks like an overshoot to me. The rally had little to do with good fun...
More than half of small business owners are using technology to accept payments, a new survey said, amid the rise of platforms like Apple’s (AAPL) Apple Pay and Square (SQ).
U.S. stocks looked to finish the week more than 3% higher in what has been a busy five days of Federal Reserve talk.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says based on valuation, investors should buy Allergan (AGN) over Pfizer (PFE) because the two are moving closer to an acquisition.
Apple Pay (AAPL) is expanding its services to more countries this week as it looks to take on established competitors.
I don't see markets tanking on terrorism, but maybe other factors.
Looking for bearish gap fill in Microsoft.
"We are going to wage a war that will be pitiless." -- French President Francois Hollande, following Friday's Paris terrorist attacks I shared my views over the weekend about the terrible events in Paris, writing: "The horrific events of the past 24...
Some predict a looming crash, but many stocks have just had one.
The latest on Facebook, Google, Disney, Starbucks and Pandora.
Amid the rise of mobile and social payments, cash will survive, according to Western Union’s (WU) CEO Hikmet Ersek.