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|52 Wk Low/High||93.92 / 225.89|
Energy, banks and food stocks are roaring, and momentum tech is still too risky.
The heretofore improbable Microsoft-Salesforce partnership will be positive for both companies.
Away from the techs and the biotechs, you will find an astounding uniformity among stocks.
The rotation into blue-chip-like names is offsetting the tech exodus.
Today's post-earnings action could reveal a lot about the whole spectrum of these kinds of stocks.
Avoid buying the dip in momentum stocks; rather stick with value and growth plays.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says momentum names like Workday, Splunk, and Salesforce.com are not much of a factor and will not bring down the market as the momentum 'cohort' had in 2000.
We have to put these overvalued stocks into some perspective.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer reveals at what level he'd be a buyer of IBM, and also what stock we should watch to determine how long this rotation will go on.
The right selectioin could be a key driver of investor returns in 2014.
If they're renters, they can hurt you, and if they're owners, they can help.
These could get volatile after tonight's reports, so I'll use options to define my entries and exits.
The S&P 500 finally eclipses 1800 and stays above it as bulls keep roaring. Anthony Cragg, Wells Fargo PM, talks China stocks.
Futures are little changed after a strong Thursday session. Gap, Ross Stores, The Fresh Market and Splunk all report earnings on Friday morning.