|Day Low/High||131.24 / 133.65|
|52 Wk Low/High||82.61 / 137.92|
Jim Cramer is adding shares of Bank of America to the AAP portfolio because it's the bank most levered to higher short-term rates.
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer isn’t a fan of the volatility index, or VIX, amid the global markets sell off.
A retest of the $75 to $70 area looks like the course of action for NXPI.
They're breaking out all over -- on basically nothing.
Imagine what would happen if we actually get some good news.
Unilever (UL) shares are up over 7% so far this year and the consumer staples giant will continue to perform well as it expands its reach in the emerging markets.
Jim Cramer, TheStreet’s portfolio manager for Action Alerts PLUS and host of CNBC’s ‘Mad Money’ said Fitbit’s (FIT) earnings report was the best beat of 2015.
Jim Cramer, The Street's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager and host of CNBC's 'Mad Money,' said Allergan (AGN) is a stock to hold onto.
We see another band of consolidation in the $75-$60 area. The stock is likely to push down into this area before it attracts buyers.
At 52-week lows and with a 5.2% yield, this old-tech stock is a buy.
Look for a retest of the $114 high in the weeks ahead. A decline below $85 will turn the chart picture back to neutral.
Apple (AAPL) will see its retail stores open up for the morning with the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus on sale for the first time. That means we'll be soon hearing about the long lines and getting blogger reviews of the new models. We should also begin ...
As appliances and other stuff we use every day go higher-tech, opportunities emerge.
But you have to remain open-minded to the possibilities out there.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, commenting on Qorvo (QRVO), Celgene (CELG), and Boston Scientific (BSX).
It's one of the few sectors that is working today. But if this goose gets slayed, don't look for any other to help.
Something is different this time, and it has people passing on this dip.
There's no such thing as a 'safe harbor' right now on Wall Street.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
The hot money has made a bet on cellphones; now it wants out.