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Back of the Envelope on Sprint

Sprint reported results. Sprint (S) has been a hedge fund favorite, but I don't know why. I have followed Sprint for a while and have occasionally been short the name (though I have no position now). The company's quarterly results were mixed but EB...

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. People don't want to think. And the deeper they get into trouble, the less they want to think. But by some sort of instinct, they feel that they ought to and it makes them feel guilty. So they'll bless and follow anyone who gives the...

The Week Ahead: An Incredible Surge

But keep your wits about you -- and zero in on consumer data.

Sprint upgraded at Credit Suisse

Still an Apple Bear

I doubled by Apple (AAPL) short this morning. Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in. -- Michael Corleone, The Godfather Part III Overnight I gave some thought about the rationale behind covering most of my Apple short (for a profit) ov...

The Bill Gross Effect

Pimco is one of the biggest unknowns in the market right now.

Big Short Signal Looks Imminent

Big Short Signal Looks Imminent

The Candlevolume cross appears to have further to go.

So Long, Sprint

So Long, Sprint

Investors should hang up on any hopes that the company can turn its fortunes around.

The Friday Wrap

The Friday Wrap

We'll be watching for signs of Ukraine fallout over the weekend.

Sprint target lowered at UBS

Mr. Market Loses That Lovin' Feelin'

Mr. Market's reward vs. risk is now growing unattractive.

Mr. Market Loses That Lovin' Feelin'

Mr. Market's reward vs. risk is now growing unattractive. Now there's no welcome look in your eyes when I reach for you And girl you're starting to criticize little things I do It makes me just feel like crying baby 'cause baby Something beautiful's...

The Friday Wrap

The Friday Wrap

Be far more selective, but recognize where opportunity lies.

2014 vs. 1989

2014 vs. 1989

It's different this time.

Seven Props Hold Up the Action

Seven Props Hold Up the Action

Still, it's all about Russia.

2014 vs. 1989

As promised. Here is my follow-up to Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's suggestion that I might explain why 2014 is different than 1989, when the UAL Corp. leveraged buyout was aborted, and why it is not a given that this year's stock market might fall in re...

This Morning's Market Setup

Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are falling further after yesterday's breakdown. (S&P futures are down by 5 handles, and Nasdaq futures are 17 handles lower.) European stocks are very weak, with losses of over 1.25%. Nikkei is down by 1.05...

S Investor Mtg.

Three Market Props Are Gone

Three Market Props Are Gone

We are now going to see a real test of the market's strength.

The Week Ahead: Assessing the Earnings Scorecard

The Week Ahead: Assessing the Earnings Scorecard

Earnings beats are plentiful, but guidance is less than stellar.

Digging for Hidden Gems

Digging for Hidden Gems

Behold, my long list of fresh ideas this earnings season.

Crickets

Whither the SEC? Yesterday I highlighted active call trading in T-Mobile (TMUS). In light of the overnight news that Sprint (S) has formalized its bid for T-Mobile, one has to wonder where the SEC is? But then again, as I wrote earlier in the week, ...

AT&T Move Is Not a Transformation

AT&T Move Is Not a Transformation

The question is how Verizon will respond to the DirecTv purchase.

Taking Action -- Part 2

Taking Action -- Part 2

Choose names with the best earning trends and reasonable valuations.

Jim Cramer on Express Results, McDonald's Firepower and Sprint's Future

Jim Cramer on Express Results, McDonald's Firepower and Sprint's Future

Jim Cramer says McDonald's is a 'buy' under $100, and if Sprint is able to finalize a deal with T-Mobile, shares of Sprint could go to $12.

The Market Keeps a Cool Head

The Market Keeps a Cool Head

The Arms Index is showing little fear or panic.

Rookie of the Year Candidate for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Talks Daytona 500

Rookie of the Year Candidate for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Talks Daytona 500

From Daytona International Speedway, Cole Whitt discusses safety, the challenges of being a newcomer in the field and how he physically and mentally prepares for the race.

Tips for How to Weed Out Stock Market Tricksters: Caveat Emptor

Tips for How to Weed Out Stock Market Tricksters: Caveat Emptor

Similar to the research one does when buying a house, if you are buying a stock, you should study the company's CEO, quarterly and year-over-year earnings and at least the fundamental before you make any moves.

Sprint upgraded at Deutsche