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In a month of turmoil, these names have held up well.
We have a different kind of market where you must know the SYMBOLS and know what the companies do that are the symbols.
In this tape, weakness may just be a sign of rest and better times to come.
Things I'm looking at in this fragile market that seems like it isn't fragile for the moment.
It is often better advice just to sit on your hands because we know from yesterday that any rally is suspect or ephemeral at best.
Economic conditions seem to be improving for laborers. Perhaps rapidly.
The on-balance-volume (OBV) line did not weaken in October and November, and continued up to the end of 2017.
Stocks put in broad gains supported by tax cuts, bonuses, a weaker dollar and more.
Sure tech gets overbought sometimes, but the growth stories are still far superior to domestic consumer goods.
Let's consider what could be hurting technology stocks.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Even with the aftermath from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer was pleased with Clorox's latest quarterly results.
Firms that adapted to hard times are now doing exponentially better.
Everything's set up to compound it, and that's just what's happening.
There's a case to be made for underpricing, even in this market.
Unless it's the stock of a retailer, you have to take advantage of this pattern.
It may or may not happen, depending on what the stock price does next.
Three excellent candidates born elsewhere lost the CEO race to American-born ones.
Clorox may be over 100 years old, but it by no means is it a sleepy consumer products company. TheStreet talks with Clorox chairman and CEO Benno Dorer about he is positioning the company for the future.
Is Clorox going to get down with the bears, or is it testing the lower end of a large consolidation pattern?
Automatic Data Processing could learn a thing or two from the two consumer products giants when it comes to a commitment to innovation.
It's a good sign when the financials are leading, but that's just the beginning.
That's what's happening with the FANG stocks.
Hear me out: The same lessons and disciplines are useful in both.
But it dominates so many sectors, it is ultimately the one to buy.
Nearly every winning stock is overvalued at some point; riding out the rough times takes discipline.
Not every retail company is going to be killed by Amazon.
Let's see if the upward moves of these 10 stocks are merited.