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Temper your appetite for risk, settle the heck down, and run some stock scares to find new opportunities.
The wallboard maker's new price increases offer solid prospects in coming months among housing plays.
The stocks most reviled by analysts at the end of 2011 actually outperformed the most favored names.
While the market is responding favorably to fiscal-cliff news, it's a good time to take some profits.
Whirlpool, Sherwin-Williams and Lowe's are all showing positive technicals here.
Home Depot's Frank Blake and Dick's Sporting Goods' Ed Stack deserve our exuberant praise.
Unfortunately, the economy will feel the negative effects of super storm Sandy before any positive ones.
Lindsey Bell and Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3Live.com, reveal how to trade stocks ahead of earnings season: retail, banks, tech.
Jim Cramer discusses how you can use the macro headlines to find good entry points in secular stocks.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings scheduled for the coming week, including reports from Intuitive Surgical and Qualcomm.
On divining what the rest of earnings season has in store, let's hash out the information already released.
Jim Cramer discusses how you can make more money by doing your homework instead of listening to Ben Bernanke.
Stellar numbers from some related companies tell us that the home-improvement tailwind may be here.
Investors' expectations have been dramatically reduced. "The Sherwin-Williams Company is updating its sales and earnings expectations for the first quarter ended March 31, 2012, previously given on January 26, 2012. Based on stronger-than-anticipate...
As I survey the market with hard-earned knowledge in tow, I say, 'Bring it on' to Alcoa, JPMorgan and Wells-Fargo.
If you're tooling around for a housing-comeback trade, this turf-equipment maker is a nice choice.
Titanium dioxide, a key input for many consumer products, is likely to see prices continue to climb -- DD is a good way to leverage this trend.
The recent performances of Sherwin-Williams and Whirlpool reveal why this economic recovery is so rocky.