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U.S. stocks moved slightly lower on Wednesday, even amid a strong reading on private sector jobs.
On Wednesday, August 3, investors will get quarterly results from Tesla and key labor market data.
This has to be the period when margin expansion slows -- and slows dramatically.
Amazon and Alphabet both killed it on earnings, but only one of them told us how.
All of these add up to a level of insecurity on the part of sidelined money.
These consumer staple names are coasting through Brexit without a care.
One bank, one oil firm and one tech stock that you need to watch.
And the usual suspects need to bottom or keep gaining.
"Beauty and folly are old companions." -- Benjamin Franklin Beauty is often in the eye of the beholder ... in both life and the markets. And these days, I think defensive consumer stocks like Cola-Cola (KO), Kimberly-Clark (KMB) might only look beau...
Consumer price index sees biggest increase in 3 years.
There is an overall flow of funds out of the stock market after a weak jobs report.
Follow a strong close above $133 on CLX, and become bearish on a close below $123.
Investors are going to rotate back into safety stocks if the April jobs number disappoints on Friday, says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
U.S. futures have trading off to a rough start as earnings season continues in earnest.
Jim Cramer says consumer packaged goods stocks have been on a tear but he doesn't think they are overvalued.
This tactic has worked for a year. I don't see it stopping working soon.
Heading into the second quarter, TheStreet's Jim Cramer believes stocks might be a little bit cheaper than investors realize, including Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), IBM (IBM) and Alphabet (GOOG).
The one thing we don't want is a euro headed to parity.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer reflects on the seven year anniversary of the bull market on Wall Street, and why for many investors, it doesn’t feel like one.
Gundlach warned against the rally, but you can always find opportunities.
There is seller's remorse all over the place.
Jim Cramer says consumer products companies like Clorox, PepsiCo, and Procter & Gamble have the best stock charts right now.
With the stock at a 16-year valuation high and growth on a slowing trajectory, now is not the time to buy.
Analysts are only focusing on the sports network's subscriber losses.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer believes there’s always a bull market somewhere, and right now it’s in gold and consumer products companies.
The jobs miss means investors will once again be scrubbing their growth expectations.