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TheStreet's Jim Cramer talks about the markets from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.
Third-quarter earnings beat expectations, and I anticipate the same next quarter, at least with technology companies.
Emulate Graham and Buffett with Greenblatt’s 'Magic Formula' screen.
Opportunistic companies, cost cuts and profitable acreage have all helped.
Third-quarter earnings were way down, but the driller appears to have a secret weapon.
It's not time to jump, but after E+Ps this is the next area to watch.
What makes these charts buck the bearish trend?
Use the current pullback in HP to do some initial buying, with a risk point at $50.
Shareholders appear reluctant to get back on board with the struggling manufacturer, despite its new CEO's sunny outlook.
Charts point to a market that has little respect for Baker Hughes as a standalone concern.
Jim Cramer says HP should've acquired Lexmark when word first surfaced that the company was up for sale.
Four stocks the late legend would love are trouncing the S&P 500.
Oil upturn will be slow to come to this sector, but Schlumberger and HP should benefit.
"Look at all these rumors surroundin' me every day I just need some time, some time to get away from From all these rumors, I can't take it no more." -- Timex Social Club, Rumors Who continues to buy on these oil rumors today? There are rumors about...
Las Vegas this week is home to the Consumer Electronics Show, where there is every gadget imaginable for the geek in all of us.
Jim Cramer made some predictions about the stock market in 2016 while answering viewers’ social media questions.
The company has had 42 consecutive years of dividend growth.
Oil prices still are months from recovering, but it could pay to check out beaten-up industry suppliers.
These firms would pass the late legend's defensive-investing screen.
Dan Dicker, energy contributor for theStreet, talks with Jim Cramer about the very pessimistic comments and disastrous drop in third quarter profits for oil services giant Schlumberger.
We are still in the final throes of the oil bust cycle, but stocks will begin to react to a turnaround.
The New York Fed head, acting like a WWE superstar? Yep, and retail traders are feeling the pain.
There is building consensus around a September rate hike.