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On Tuesday, July 19, investors will focus on the U.S. banking sector when Goldman Sachs reports second quarter results.
For the week of July 18, the earnings parade continues, with dozens of major companies reporting financial results.
He needs Mondelez to make a deal -- any deal.
Defense stocks, like Lockheed Martin, will likely continue to be in favor says Huntington Bank's Chief Investment Officer John Augustine.
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
Charts point to a $174 price target for the cosumer-goods giant.
The second quarter comes to a close today and the real theme of the past three months is that oil controlled the direction of the stock market.
Anyone who buys Tesla based on Elon Musk's fantastical view deserves their fate.
One bank, one oil firm and one tech stock that you need to watch.
But the situation in Europe is nowhere near running its course.
Be cautious for now, but be ready to put some of that mad money to work in higher-yielding, all-domestic equities.
The cancellation of a Cantopop star's concert has mired the cosmetics brand in scandal.
Let's go over what allows us to get to highs for the year.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen should say the Fed can't raise interest rates right now when she speaks in Philadelphia on Monday, according to Jim Cramer.
This is because they would buy more of the winning stocks lower.
Do the homework and you'll find great stocks.
Jim Cramer says he likes Johnson & Johnson's purchase of privately-held hair care products maker Vogue International.
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Thursday, as investors parsed commentary from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, following its June policy meeting.
Peter Lynch and other market legends would love these names.
Many familiar names, but are any worth buying?
Coming off a brutal first quarter, Bill Ackman's hedge fund announced the loss of a key strategist.
The expected legal deluge will be manageable thanks to JNJ's massive size and financial strength.
There is an overall flow of funds out of the stock market after a weak jobs report.
Investors are going to rotate back into safety stocks if the April jobs number disappoints on Friday, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
It has pivoted from desktop dinosaur to mobile monster in no time flat.
Jim Cramer believes the pharmaceutical sector has come full circle and some of the best stocks in the group are ready to move higher.