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Here's some of what we can look forward to on Wednesday. It's always an honor to fill in for Doug! Thanks for spending the day with me. Tomorrow, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke appears before the House. His statement will likely be a replay of today's, b...
A simple address check would have put an abrupt end to it. From The Wall Street Journal: "Peregrine Chief Executive Russell Wasendorf Sr., blames the fraud on 'mean-spirited' regulators that dogged his firm, saying they were looking to put firms out...
Today's market leaders indicate that funds want to put cash to work but they don't trust this market.
Jim Cramer says he is concerned that earnings from the industrial, financial, energy, and tech sectors will probably be weak.
Jim Cramer thinks the estimates for bank earnings are way too high and once estimates start coming down, so will their stock prices.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, says JPMorgan remains a great firm with a solid balance sheet despite the reputation hit.
Jim Cramer says complex trades that even Jamie Dimon couldn't understand caused JPMorgan to take a $2 billion loss and those responsible should be fired.
Jim Cramer says he likes BofA because it's starting to see life in Merrill Lynch and Countrywide is becoming less of a problem.
Earnings have been positive, and the U.S. is coming out of a recession, not entering one.
They are finally free from the Fed, and we now have a compelling reason to own them.
The key is to own them wide enough that there is upside commensurate with any downside.
BBT and FHN are two great banks with good balance sheets, and are worth considering now.
Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't be duped into taking profits in stocks.
Sure, it's troubled. But today's downgrade was ill-considered. I say it's too soon to jump off.
Regional bank stock investors are looking for significant increases in quarterly dividends, after the Federal Reserve completes its stress tests in March.
Jim Cramer breaks down the Fed's FOMC rate decision and what it means for stocks.
Stephanie Link, director of research for TheStreet, breaks down the Fed's latest rate decision and what it means for stocks.
If it's forced to break up, the move would unlock value, and the stock would still be a bargain.
I know it's scary to dive in here, but confidence is rising as well, meaning a shift in market character.
Since it made money in this terrible economy, investors may be thinking that the bottom is in.