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Jim Cramer is watching Linear Technology after Analog Devices agreed to buy the company for $14.8 billion.
There are dozens of tech stocks like LLTC that are ripe for consolidation.
Quarterly results show cellphone sales are better than forecast.
Good enough, tied with a good story, is pushing post-earnings bumps today.
One is rising on a minor sales bump while the other is falling despite solid results; and here is why.
With chaos blaring in the headlines, market players simple shrug.
It looks like the stock is setting up for a healthy pullback.
There are varying degrees of good, and this rally is just good and nothing more.
Defense is the one area that benefits from increased uncertainty.
Jim Cramer says the internet of things theme is really taking off in the auto sector, with companies like Ford.
Jim Cramer likes technology companies that have diversified their business away from relying solely on growth from Apple.
CEO Hock Tan has cobbled together the fastest-growing semi company in the land.
A 'criss-cross strangle' trade works well when a stock, such as TXN, is coiled.
A consolidation period for the stock has ended, opening the gates to a deep sell-off.
We would add to XLU on strength at $45 and $46.
They're breaking out all over -- on basically nothing.
Jim Cramer, The Street's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager and host of CNBC's 'Mad Money,' said Allergan (AGN) is a stock to hold onto.
It was an earnings-driven day and markets rallied Thursday on the back of quarterly surprises from McDonald's (MCD) and Texas Instruments (TXN).
It's an earnings bonanza on Thursday as companies from industries as varied as airlines to fast food to chipmakers report their recent quarters.