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Cyclicals go from chumps to champs today. We continue to be in a "market with no memory from day to day" as cyclicals, commodities-based sectors and energy today have displaced the high-octane/high-growth brethren of Netflix (NFLX), Amazon (AMZN), F...
Internet search engine giant Google (GOOG) reportedly made an offer to acquire start-up Impossible Foods for between $200 million to $300 million.
Thirteen large U.S. companies are pledging to invest more than $140 billion in climate change efforts as the White House launches the American Business Act on Climate pledge.
From a slowing economy to super-expensive Apple, worries abound.
I sold the balance of my long rental of Google (GOOG) at $632. This was just a short-term trade, not a long-term lease.
I sold a portion of my long rental of Google (GOOG) at $632 and added to Radian (RDN) at the last sale price.
Besides my SPY and QQQ short-covering this morning, I've re-established trading a long rental in Google (GOOG) at $623 and added to my long of General Motors (GM) at $30.82. Still, I'm basically market neutral right now.
"I love the smell of napalm in the morning." -- Lt. Col. Bill Gilgore, Apocalypse Now This morning's observations and views: Worrisome fundamentals and technicals. Global economic growth is eroding and the U.S. stock market's leadership is narrowin...
Expect more deals in the media space following this week’s sale of the Financial Times, according to Martin Sorrell, CEO of the advertising firm WPP.
Clearing a few items off the weekend plate.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
As a sign of a flexible and opportunistic approach to trading (I was short the shares earlier in the week), I just took a small long rental in Google (GOOG) at $631. This, again, is technically based. I have a tight stop at $627.
"They call you Lady Luck. But there is room for doubt ... Stick with me lady, I am the fellow that you came in with..." --Guys and Dolls, "Luck Be A Lady" I shorted Google (GOOG) at about $668 earlier this week. I did it on technical grounds, an un...
Here are thoughts from yesterday's action: The key takeaway yesterday and over the last few months is that the tape is expressing strong deflationary forces amid the continuing rout in commodities (e.g., copper at a six-year low, gold down another 1...
Exact Sciences (EXAS) shares have pulled back in the past month due to a secondary offering and profit taking after a huge run-up.
I pressed my SPDR S&P 500 (SPY), PowerShares QQQ (QQQ) and Google (GOOG) shorts. I re-established my Apple (AAPL) short. I added to Enterprise Financial Services (EFSC), Twitter (TWTR) and Blackstone/GSO Strategic Credit Fund (BGB). Net-net I built ...
Here are my final thoughts for today's session: There was $250 million to sell market on close. I added to my short rental of Google (GOOG) today. Thanks for reading and enjoy your evening!
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
With many strategists and market participants ignoring a narrowing market, just as they might have in early 2000 and in the fall of 2007, I am raising my net short exposure this morning. I am adding to my individual short names and I am initiating a...
Shares of Google surged on Friday, following a blowout earnings report on Thursday. The stock is TheStreet's Move of the Day.
In Friday’s Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights upbeat comments on Google (GOOGL) and eBay (EBAY), along with a downgrade on Best Buy (BBY).
eBay (EBAY) has confirmed reports that it will sell its enterprise services business to a group led by private equity firm Permira for $925 million.
In Thursday’s Analysts' Actions, TheStreet highlights rating changes on Google (GOOGL) and General Motors (GM), as well as an upbeat note on Netflix (NFLX).
For Thursday July 15, TheStreet outlines the second day of Janet Yellen’s testimony to Congress, the key earnings reports for the day, as well as economic data on Wall Street.
Overstock (OSTK) is getting ready to compete against Alibaba (BABA) as it sets its sights on China and other international markets for growth.
Apple (AAPL) recently launched its much awaited music streaming service Apple music, but is now allegedly being looked into by U.S. antitrust regulators.