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The flurry of activity following the market's open has slowed as usual, and I'm doing some digging into what's going on with the strengthening U.S. dollar. Fed Chair Janet Yellen's comments last night were bound to make the dollar the currency to ow...
Apple (AAPL) will see its retail stores open up for the morning with the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus on sale for the first time. That means we'll be soon hearing about the long lines and getting blogger reviews of the new models. We should also begin ...
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing (TSM) bumped up its third-quarter sales outlook today to between $6.42 billion and $6.48 billion. That's up modestly from the $6.39 billion forecast in July. But what's bound to catch investor eyes more this mornin...
How to invest in the growth of paying for things with smartphones.
Here's what to watch for (no, not THAT watch) today as Apple unveils ... whatever.
China weakness will have a bigger impact than forecasts are saying.
Jim Cramer answered viewers' Twitter from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, commenting on Qorvo (QRVO), Celgene (CELG), and Boston Scientific (BSX).
Which means interest rate hikes are being built into prices.
Over in Columnist Conversations, Doug Kass offered up a summary on the latest Gfk data checks on handsets and Apple (AAPL); you can read that here. My recommendation is again to consider the ripple effects, which in this case tends to be better...
Some vowed they'd never miss another flash-crash opportunity. But many missed last week's drop.
It's one of the few sectors that is working today. But if this goose gets slayed, don't look for any other to help.
Message from Fred Hickey's The High Tech Strategist newsletter -- the global information-technology market is "sucking wind." Stated simply. Hickey's largest long exposure is still in silver- and gold-mining shares. Among his shorts are puts on Inte...
Something is different this time, and it has people passing on this dip.
There's no such thing as a 'safe harbor' right now on Wall Street.
The hot money has made a bet on cellphones; now it wants out.
Highlights from and answering attendee questions at the San Francisco MoneyShow.
From back-to-school retailers to theater operators, the coming weeks will be telling for their stocks.
Remember, Beijing is a Communist government -- so what it says goes.
Jim Cramer answers viewers' Twitter (TWTR) questions on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.