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The optimism about trade with China is what truly inspires a rally like today coupled with a benign route for rates to go higher.
The right things keep happening at the wrong times.
There are lessons and profits to be gained from studying Warren Buffett's misses.
Charts look positive, but it's time to raise sell-stops just to be sure.
Just because rates on the 10-year are back below 3% doesn't mean that's what's driving the rally.
From big box stores to railroads there's one surefire way to move forward.
These areas have little exposure to China, so buy them on any broad-market dip over U.S.-Chinese trade tensions.
Most of the economy has become reliant to some degree...on technology.
Amid Salesforce's move to acquire Mulesoft for $6.5 billion, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said all of Marc Benioff's (Salesforce CEO) acquisitions over the last five years have been fabulous.
As Jerome Powell prepares to take the bat at 2 p.m. today, here are the other stories you need to prep for a snowy day on Wall Street.
Charts say Apple, Nvidia and other key tech stocks are still on trend.
Keep and eye on Monday's trial over the AT&T/Time-Warner merger, as well as on Facebook's Russia woes and Oracle's earnings.
Strategic investing should not rely upon the whims of a politically volatile environment.
And in the heart of the order lies the semiconductor industry. Nothing happens without these guys.
It's not just Gary Cohn putting stocks through the ringer.
Peter Navarro, a fellow White House economic adviser, protectionist in nature, won this round on policy.
A tariff that excludes Canada and Mexico I believe would create a wave of jubilation.
Quite a few enterprise hardware and software firms, including ones that struggled during much of 2017, have turned in strong earnings reports this year. Their IT spending commentary has also been positive.
The problem for the marketplace right now is the uncertainty of it all.
Let's see what the charts suggest this morning.
I struggle to remember when I have seen a company grow like this, even one with one-tenth, no, one-twentieth the size.
In a month of turmoil, these names have held up well.
Forget macroeconomics and look at individual companies.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Salesforce is an own stock.