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Be prepared to either drop them or sit through volatility.
A significant rebound in oil and metal prices could be putting these 3 on track for sustainable growth -- and big gains for shareholders.
I am closing this trade now as the profit target has been nicely exceeded.
Markets have been reluctant to follow through, but it appears we're only resting for now.
Jim Cramer said Fitbit is now in the penalty box after it issued weak guidance with its earnings report.
The big U.S. steelmakers have been getting hammered over the past year, but a recent spike in oil and metal prices may signal a turnaround.
U.S. steelmakers are surging as shareholders regain confidence that oil-and-gas companies -- once staple customers in the steel industry -- can rebound on rising oil prices.
These 5 "Stressed Out" companies might be tempting cards to pick, but investors could find themselves with a losing hand.
The Pittsburgh steelmaker's having another rough day in trading Tuesday.
Shares of the miner and commodities trader are surging Thursday, despite analysts' caution that debt troubles loom.
Some have been able to weather the storm of depressed prices, cheaper imports, and reduced demand from China and oil-and-gas customers better than others.
The Pittsburgh-based steelmaker is surging Wednesday, largely off the successful implementation of its cost-savings program and a rally in oil prices.
The Canton, Ohio-based steelmaker may be in more trouble than last week's earnings suggested.
The market doesn't appear to like the Fed decision to keep rates unchanged. Here are the biggest losers on Real Money's distressed watch list.
It's earnings season for the troubled U.S. steel producers, and shareholders are not happy.
Traders don't seem too pleased with earnings right now.
Our list of 20 stocks with the most stretched, or stressed out, balance sheets that are in danger of the dreaded 'reorganization.'
As steelmakers burn cash and idle mills, these names must be on any list of distressed companies.
U.S. stock futures, global markets fall across the board due to oil drifting below $30 per barrel.
Jim Cramer is adding shares of Bank of America to the AAP portfolio because it's the bank most levered to higher short-term rates.
China has to become a more positive force in the world.
Jim Cramer said he’s nervous about UPS (UPS) on word of that Amazon (AMZN) is to seeking to lessen its reliance on the company.
Borrowing seemed like a good idea at the time. It wasn't.
Crude oil pulled lower again, pushing the energy sector and broader markets into the red on Thursday.
I've recently reduced my aggregate short exposure to only slightly net short from a previous position of greater than medium-sized net short. I covered all of my shorts of the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY) and PowerShares QQQ ETF (QQQ). I also re-establish...
Commercial Metals Corporation has been performing well.
Jim "El Capitan" Cramer outlines the adverse impact of the strong U.S. dollar in today's Steel Is Paying the High Price of Free Trade. I certainly agree with Jimmy. But to this observer, the strengthening dollar's profit-draining headwind runs much...
Unlike trading 'partners,' U.S. Steel doesn't get government support.
Big values are found in the portfolios of smaller, lesser known investors.