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Wall Street had more than enough to digest on Thursday after an avalanche of earnings reports from industry titans ranging from GM to American Express.
Bob Dylan captures this market as what was a loser now is a winner, and vice versa.
Jim Cramer says Under Armour's latest quarterly report was excellent and the sports apparel maker's CEO is building a great company.
Under Armour posted an excellent quarter and they've got a terrific CEO, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer thinks the apparel space is weak, but he's bullish long-term on Under Armour.
U.S. stocks struggled to find direction on Wednesday, as oil prices moved deeper into the red.
"And we talked about some old times And we drank ourselves some beers Still crazy after all these years." --Paul Simon, "Still Crazy After All These Years" A crushing blow, financially and emotionally, for the bears today. The market didn't look ba...
Jim Cramer says Under Armour and Nike are two stocks investors should own.
Jim Cramer says he doesn't think PepsiCo will disappoint on earnings, but if it does, investors should buy it.
The machines have chosen to overlook negative news, so the market might as well stay the course.
With Nike as its leading brand, the retailer continues to have an up-and-down year.
If UA can close below $40, it could set up a retest of the $35 support level
Jim Cramer says when it comes to apparel stocks, he would be cautious with Under Armour and Nike, but he'd be less cautious with Lululemon.
Stay cautious on Under Armour shares and Nike too, says Jim Cramer.
Earnings season kicked off with Alcoa announcing after the close. Meanwhile, Under Armour stumbled and Yahoo! courts suitors.
Rising crude prices helped indices continue their gains from Friday.
The right female athlete or celebrity endorser could turn around the segment's fortunes.
Morgan Stanley's negative note on Under Armour may sting for a little while, yet the athletic apparel maker will come back, says Jim Cramer.
Lululemon and Carnival show you the dangers of underestimating a stock.
Take this, bulls! This, too! I ended the day with my highest net short exposure in more than 12 months. Committed in view, or to be committed? You decide. The U.S. dollar declined in value today. This seems to be a key element of the bulls' argume...
The company could be prepping for a major move higher.
Under Armour's growth plans rest on Stephen Curry and China.
The market should revisit its sleepy response to Starbucks' annual meeting.
Credit Suisse has problems, but there also doughnuts and puppies to be considered.