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I'm sticking with my generally bearish take on the macro environment as a baseline for stock-picking.
Although the market is not oversold, plenty of segments are and tech has been the worst.
Jim Cramer is sticking with manufacturers rather than retail stores, buying into the strength of specific brands.
Jim Cramer lists the companies he thinks are winners in the back-to-school season.
Today, high-end retail, container board and big-name tech are taking the lead.
As the back-to-school season begins, here's a first-hand look at some retailers.
Instead of treating earnings season with reverence, it's paid outsized attention to Europe and China.
Here, I decode key aspects as to why XYZ company is winning as a close peer loses.
Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg recommends CROX due to its recent stock price slump.
Paul Hickey, co-founder of Bespoke Investment Group, explains history shows that the markets are more likely to continue to rally than reverse into a bear market.
I am not sure if what I see is truly good news or just good news tossed into an oversold market.
U.S. companies that do a lot of business in Europe remain in a vulnerable position.
Stock for The Gap is cheaper than the jeans, but it could go higher. Want more? Check out VF Corp.
I think apparel's going higher because job growth is getting better -- not because of a warm March.
The XLF is a great way to pick up all of these -- but careful of the declining volume.
Before we look at today's surge in growth stocks, let's get some terminology straight.
Hershey and Hanesbrands stand to benefit from lower costs of cocoa, sugar and cotton.