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Griffin was granted a restraining order, according to court documents.
The Federal Reserve's hawkish comments also weighed on markets.
OMG. I couldn't make this up. I just got a call from my old pal, Boca Biff. I haven't spoke to Biff in several months. I will expand upon my conversation with him, but the bottom lines are: * Boca Biff is "all in" long. * The markets are s...
On Thursday, March 23, investors await the House vote on the GOP health care bill, the American Health Care Act.
The central bank will probably hike rates this week, which could have unpleasant consequences for bulls.
The stock is above its rising 50-day moving average line and above the slower to react 200-day moving average line.
There are too many zero-sum games being portrayed as win-wins.
There are nearly too many surging sectors to count.
This stock should see further gains into the $20s.
The company has become an unstoppable force, growing to meet the huge demand it has created.
The Nasdaq pulled back on Thursday from a run that saw record closes for five consecutive trading days.
The Senate vote doesn't overturn the health care law, but it sets the stage for a repeal.
On Wednesday, investors await what will be a closely watched press conference by President-elect Donald Trump.
Jim Cramer says he's a fan of KB Home but says that it's a stock that most of the housing analysts on Wall Street don't like.
In the week of Jan. 9, a host of major banks will report earnings.
Compared to the markets 17 years ago, after the tech bubble burst, we are only now getting into the green.
The floodgates have opened for a lot of companies -- even for growing marijuana.
Who is buying KBH on weakness? Probably not a trader.
All eyes are on the housing sector and home building stocks as interest rates tick higher.
And what happened to all those predicting a surprise rate hike?
Stocks extend gains after the Federal Reserve opts to leave interest rates at crises levels for another month.
KB Home put up a strong quarter and should be taken out considering its prime properties, says Jim Cramer.