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Despite the market's lofty heights, a number of Dow names are poised to go even higher.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' questions from Twitter on 3D Systems, Aeropostale and Cisco's effect on Juniper.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says that Cisco is a 'wounded giant,' he likes Alcatel-Lucent more than Cisco but prefers Ciena. Cramer also likes Qualcomm and thinks the stock can go to $80, but Anadarko is challenged in the wake of their multi-billion dollar Tronox liability.
Chaikin money flow can help to confirm breakouts or breakdowns.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action in the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures are up 4; Nasdaq futures are up 5; Japan is up 1.95% (quiet news flow, up 7.6% this week!); China Shanghai is up 1.68% (leaked do...
Tech names struggle as Broadcom disappoints. Crowdfunder CEO Chance Barnett says the SEC finally picks up Title 3 of the JOBS Act.
Infoblox CEO Robert Thomas explains how recent high-profile cyber attacks are fueling demand for the networking specialist's products.
Network Equipment maker Extreme Networks is making a big plunge with an acquisition. Portfolio Manager David Peltier analyzes the deal.
Dan Fitzpatrick, founder of StockMarketMentor.com, details three stocks Jim Cramer discussed on CNBC's "Mad Money" and how to trade them.
There are a number of ways to play this trend -- and it's not too late to buy in.
Chambers inserted a downbeat cyclical outlook into a secular growth story.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +3; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro -; crude oil -$0.80; gold -$9 (after yesterday's outsized gain); and 10-year U.S. note yiel...
Even on a day when rates fall, retail sales are strong and jobless claims surprise.
Gigamon's IPO soars on its first day of trading. CEO Paul Hooper says his only challenge is managing the fast growth - not a bad problem.
Jim Cramer said the market assumed the telco companies were dead, but Ciena shows there are signs of life.
HP, keen to increase the pressure on Cisco and Juniper, is ramping up its strategy around Software-Defined Networks.