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Stocks end a jumpy day little changed as financials weigh on the S&P 500 and Nike and Disney hoist the Dow higher.
Stocks fluctuate to begin the week as a hearing on Russia's involvement in the U.S. election continues on Capitol Hill.
The company's apparel may be on the wane, but this could be a buying opportunity.
The three stocks are poised for breakouts based on their cup-and-handle patterns.
On an inconsistent day in the markets, some ask if now's the time to buy Valeant.
The market is now classically oversold, and this action is improving the setup into tomorrow's Fed meeting.
China looks a lot now like Japan did in the 1980s in its relationship with the United States.
Adidas sees the 'need for speed.'
President Donald Trump is meeting with conservative leaders about health care on Wednesday.
Stay long and strong in Nike, right now.
In 10 reported years the number of manufacturing robots used worldwide has grown from 120,000 to over 254,000 and is climbing.
Growth is obvious everywhere; yes, even in Italy or Latin America.
Retail remains one of the worst places to park your money.
Jim Cramer says the recent stock rally is focused on two main industries.
They have become a referendum on Trump's plans for lower corporate taxes.
Until they realize the secular shift away from malls, retail names are just playing the victim.
A close below $52 on increased volume could precipitate further weakness.
I believe today's setbacks are short term, and UAA can right the ship in time.
You don't have to place a bet on the Patriots or Falcons to make money off the Super Bowl. Bet on one of these Super Bowl stocks instead.
Some of Wall Street's biggest stocks are teetering on the edge of breakout territory this week. Here are five of them.
There's not much reason to be bullish on these stocks.