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Cramer: Food Companies Are Ripe for Acquisitions

Cramer: Food Companies Are Ripe for Acquisitions

A deal to buy General Mills makes a lot of sense.

U.S. Stocks Open Higher, Possible Compromise in Greek Debt Talks

U.S. Stocks Open Higher, Possible Compromise in Greek Debt Talks

U.S. stocks opened higher on reports that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sent a letter to European creditors agreeing to most conditions of a financing deal.

Buffett Talks China, Rates and Defends 3G

He also answers whether activists would target Berkshire at the Q&A.

Mylan Deal Is All That Shell Is Not

The ecstasy and the agony of M&A all in one day.

A Look Back at My Take on IBM

And on Buffett's investment in it. In February 2014 I wrote a column, "Warren Buffett's Moats Are Breached," in which I (respectfully) questioned the wisdom of The Oracle's investments in IBM (IBM) and Coca-Cola (KO). Given the magnitude of the IBM ...

Cramer: Hain Can Defy the Shorts

The market capitalization is simply too small for the opportunity.

Playing the Ultimate Rumor Stock

Where there's options smoke, there tends to be fire.

Warren Buffett's Moats Are Breached

Major secular industry changes are exposing weaknesses in IBM and Coca-Cola.

Warren Buffett's Moats Are Breached

Major secular industry changes are exposing weaknesses in IBM and Coca-Cola. I start almost every column I have ever written about Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A/BRK.B) with the sincere message that, similar to many investors, I worship at the investment...

Don't Fall in Love With Your Winners

Here are some signs that you should consider trimming or selling a good stock.

My Berkshire Q&A Recap

Here are the six questions that I asked (and the answers given) and six that went unasked.

My Berkshire Q&A Recap

Here are the six questions that I asked (and the answers given) and six that went unasked. This morning's opening missive reviews the six questions that I presented to Charlie Munger and Warren Buffett at Berkshire Hathaway's (BRK.A/BRK.B) annual sh...

Buffett's Lame Excuse

Buffett has all the ideas he wants; he just chooses to pass on a lot of good ones.

My Heinz Catch-Up Lesson

Don't just ask 'what would Warren do?'

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On the Leading Edge

The defensive consumer nondurables sector is the new nifty fifty.

The New Fab Five

Keep a close watch on P&G, Coke, Colgate, Clorox and General Mills. "Never have so few led so many." -- Anonymous Move over the University of Michigan's 1991 basketball team, there is a new "fab five" in Market Town. The greatest college basketball ...

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Move

If you're wondering why I like J&J after the run it's had, read on.

Parting Ways With an Old Pal

This stock has a P/E ratio more than twice the growth rate.

The Only Bubble I See

Safety stocks aren't every going to be crushed, but could certainly stumble.

A Deep Post-Decline Analysis Part 2

Stocks that defy correction and those ripe for correction.

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: Feb. 22

The 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: Feb. 22

Here is this week's roundup of the dumbest actions on Wall Street.

The Return of Mergers and Acquisitions Is Real

Some thoughts on M&A implications and possible candidates.

Market on Close Imbalances

How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see about $400 million to buy on the close. Buy sectors include financials ($100 million), industrials ($70 million) and energy ($55 million). The only group with a sell imbalance is telecommun...

How to Profit from Wall Street's M&A Boom

How to Profit from Wall Street's M&A Boom

J.J. Kinahan, chief derivatives strategist at TD Ameritrade, explains how investors should navigate the pick-up in M&A on Wall Street.

Really!?! With Dougie

There is little correlation between the price of the S&P 500 and domestic equity fund inflows.

Really!?! With Dougie

There is little correlation between the price of the S&P 500 and domestic equity fund inflows. All the market optimism surrounding rising retail fund flows into U.S. stock funds and heightened M&A activity brings us to a segment in my diary that I l...

M&A Optimism Overshadows Sequester Jitters

M&A Optimism Overshadows Sequester Jitters

Matthew Cheslock, equity trader at Virtu Financial, also talks about Wednesday's Fed minutes and housing market data.