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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.
Money is moving from the high-flying stocks into these three defensive plays.
The market may be about to see a disastrous earnings season for retailers.
This is what matters in making more money for your portfolio.
Bottom-line results are likely to stay lackluster, putting investors at risk.
Procter & Gamble (PG) has seen its shares sink over 21% so far in 2015 due to currency headwinds and a shifting strategy for its brand portfolio.