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Investors seeking earnings growth in a slow economy should pick up shares of ADP, Microsoft, UnitedHealth and 3M.
A consistent approach can help you see the patterns you want to repeat -- and avoid.
Gold and mining stocks are heavily represented on the bear side.
Even if you've profited from a stock, there will come a time when you should let it rest.
Aetna and Humana each traded down sharply as antitrust hurdles may block $34 billion merger.
It depends on the type of test and who's doing the grading.
Netflix shares fell as much as 12% overnight after it added far fewer subscribers than expected.
They need to do something that makes them stand out as stocks you want to own, not avoid.
There are issues everywhere, in almost every group.
Even if its deal with Cigna doesn't go through, the insurer still has good opportunities to pursue.
And the usual suspects need to bottom or keep gaining.
The healthy sideways action over the last six weeks has worked off the name's overbought condition.
UNH investors should have the same confidence as analysts.
Jim Cramer says UnitedHealth's stock is going much higher, and it is a 'terrific' name to own.
UnitedHealth Group is a terrific stock to own and the company proved itself with an impressive earnings report this week, says Jim Cramer.
Crude's recovery leads way for market recovery.
Its powerful rally off last month's low has put the stock within striking distance of its all-time high.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said bank stocks hit bottom last month, and talk of negative interest rates are not a worry for U.S. bank stocks.
McKesson revealed Thursday a pair of acquisitions that will grow its oncology business.
Economic Indicators in China show the country is growing at the slowest in 25 years.
U.S. stocks made a surprise bounce higher shortly after sinking into the red.
President Barack Obama's final State of the Union address focused on highlighting his accomplishments and setting the agenda for his final year in office.