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Jim Cramer answered Action Alerts Plus member questions on his monthly call, including Saad's question about getting into Google and Facebook.
If you're feeling like being aggressive, don't.
Old-line momentum favorites fare well.
Jim Cramer says he still likes Apple and Facebook under a Trump administration even though Silicon Valley has long had a prickly relationship with the president-elect.
We also saw strong buying in gold miners and an impressive surge in FANG names.
Macy's says it will close 68 stores, part of the 100 already announced.
We offered $5 to anyone on Wall Street who could show us their Blackberry.
Jim Cramer breaks down Alphabet & Fiat Chrysler's partnership on self-driving vehicles.
During a week that brought the long-awaited Fed interest rate increase, we exited one portfolio position.
The executives who sat down with Donald Trump represent companies with a combined market value of more than $2 trillion.
Be careful about turning bearish solely because price has risen at an extreme pace.
The EU's conditions for approving the deal do little to change hefty potential value to Microsoft's empire. But executing on the opportunity will take some work.
'There is absolutely no fundamental reason that Apple shares should be performing the way they have.'
Believe it or not, an opportunity may be right around the corner.
A host of power companies will benefit from California's push for more electric vehicles, but it's unclear which automakers will win.
Amazon issued earnings and a forecast that didn't match what investors were thinking.
Profiting from these companies' steady long-term gains requires patience.
But I rarely place too much faith in an economic release.
2 million Americans have been urged to evacuate along the U.S. Southeast coast as Hurricane Matthew barrels to Florida.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is said to be very interested in buying Twitter.
A range-bound market yawner -- despite the spirited Congressional inquisition of John Stumpf, CEO of Wells Fargo . Stumpf must go. Charts. Discipline trumps conviction. The markets are ignoring the singing canaries. The BOJ (where there is more unce...
The setup seen today in these four stocks can be found among many other equities.
But there are still plenty of stocks that haven't recouped market losses.
The overall technical condition of the indices remains negative.
Phew! One can't apply rational analysis to the daily price action any more. As I wrote yesterday and this morning, the only certainty to me is the likely increased volatility ahead. At least based on the last two days, I apparently was a master of u...
Amazon could attract regulatory attention from the EU as it continues to expand, but tailwinds are stronger than any obstacles.