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I was out yesterday and Bret Jensen was handling the Daily Diary for me, but I wrote several postings on Columnist Conversations noting that I was materially increasing my short exposure. To recap: I added to shorts in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) at ...
My thoughts on the day to this point: A down day, thus far. S&P near the day's low. SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) at $206, or about 30 cents above the day's low. Fairly bad breadth on the NYSE. Qs (Nasdaq) are creaming Ss (S&P) who are creaming Rs (Russell...
Many bulls got caught leaning the wrong way, a condition that may take some time to work off.
U.S. markets opened lower Tuesday as the Federal Reserve begins its 2-day meeting where the governors will consider interest rates and the economy.
Web shopping isn't helping boxmakers like International Paper much.
The stock has spent most of the year in repair mode and looks like it can deliver better returns ahead.
The stock has been trapped in a $10 trading range and has not gone anywhere for two years, ruining all delivery expectations of the bulls.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter questions from the floor of the NYSE and addressed Caterpillar's (CAT) announcement that it has lowered its revenue outlook and plans to cut 10,000 jobs.
There was some chatter a few days ago about how retailers' stocks were looking a bit better, but I've been rather down on the group for some time given U.S. job- and wage-growth concerns. Higher minimum wages are bound to hit retailers on the cost s...
U.S. stocks opened steady to slightly higher Wednesday as the Federal Reserve begins its most highly anticipated meeting in years.
These U.S.-based multinational companies have taken an undeserved beating and are worth buying.
With only a few days to go until Labor Day (the traditional time when tweens and teens get ready to head back to school), you might be surprised to read about Christmas sales or see Halloween candy out at your local grocery store. But trust, you wil...
Talk of a collapse in Chinese exports due to the country’s recent stock market troubles is a 'bit overblown,' said Stephen Fenwick, CEO Americas for DHL Express.
Coal and renewables could both react as political and legal battles ensue.
Cummins (CMI) may have thoroughly beaten Wall Street’s consensus earnings forecast in its second quarter, but investors should still sell or even short the engine-maker’s stock.
Perception trumps reality as stocks that should sink don't, while those that should rise tumble.
Investors await the Federal Reserve statement at 2 pm ET to see if there are any clues about an interest rate hike this year.
But that's a good thing. And it was all about the transports.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
UPS (UPS) reported earnings on Tuesday that beat estimates despite a drop in revenue.
U.S. stocks opened higher Tuesday as the Federal Reserve begins its 2-day meeting today on the economy and interest rates.
For Tuesday July 28, TheStreet highlights the Federal Open Market Committee meeting, the key earnings reports and economic data to watch on Wall Street.
Thirteen large U.S. companies are pledging to invest more than $140 billion in climate change efforts as the White House launches the American Business Act on Climate pledge.
For the week of July 27, TheStreet highlights the Federal Open Market Committee meeting, the key earnings reports and economic data to watch on Wall Street.
With FedEx planning on buying around 100 Boeing 767 freighter aircraft, are there any other stocks in the air freight and logistics sector worth looking at?