|Day Low/High||43.34 / 46.16|
|52 Wk Low/High||46.04 / 69.23|
A sharp selloff in crude kept stocks mostly in the red, though optimism ahead of Friday's jobs reports kept losses to a minimum on Thursday.
Oil prices erased their gains this week on less-than-expected stockpile reductions.
Crabtree Asset Management says that while shares of Facebook are up nine percent year-to-date, they still have room to climb higher.
The second half does not look promising for stocks as a whole in this increasingly expensive market, but investors still have a chance to earn sizable returns in individual stories.
Jim Cramer prefers Verizon to AT&T because it's levered to Apple's iPhone 7.
First Solar is a better choice than SolarCity for those interested in that sector, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says he doesn't think PepsiCo will disappoint on earnings, but if it does, investors should buy it.
First Solar and JA Solar offer opportunities in the alternative energy sector, even as SunEdison implodes.
Jim Cramer says watch shares of First Solar after this week’s analyst meeting.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is on the floor of the NYSE talking MLB's Opening Day and answering social media questions.
Bullish technical pattern suggests crude could be headed over $40 a barrel.
Targets are $70 to the upside and $58 to the downside, based on options.
Lately, we've seen a complete repudiation of the concept of 'Don't Fight the Fed.'
Chart damage is spreading like a virus, but this stock seems immune.
The direct correlation between oil prices and solar stocks is typically highest when oil is making short, abrupt moves and that is what the market is witnessing now.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer says Macy's should benefit from the cold weather and energy stocks are still 'too dangerous' to put money into.
In an industry plagued by debt, First Solar boasts one of the strongest balance sheets.
The latest actions from "The Street of Dreams": FBR reiterates its Outperform rating for JPMorgan Chase (JPM), with a $75 price target. Goldman Sachs upgrades First Solar (FSLR). Citigroup downgrades DuPont (DD).
Dan Dicker, energy contributor for thestreet.com, talks with Rhonda Schaffler about the outlook for solar stocks in the coming year.
Some reconciliation is in order for the stocks that have been decimated this year.