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Video: Jim Cramer on Why 2018 Is a Different Year for the Stock Market

TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said 2018 is a different year for the markets.

Jim Cramer on Micron: You Need Flash and DRAM Prices to Go Higher

In order for Micron Technology's estimates to rise, flash and DRAM prices need to rise, according to TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer.

Video: How Alternative Investment Strategies Can Hedge Against Volatility

Alternative investment strategies can help stabilize your portfolio during times of market volatility.

Market Wrap: China, Autos and Facebook's CEO Finally Speaks (Watch!)

The Dow Jones Industrial Average swung 760 points today but finished up 230 points to end the day. So we took the camera to the newsroom to get the scoop on what happened. Watch!

Charts: The Dow Reversed Over 700 Points on Wednesday

The Dow opened down almost 500 points Wednesday before ending the trading session up over 200 points.

After This Week's Market Declines, There Are Plenty of Buying Opportunities

Amid the recent bout of volatility this week in which the S&P 500 moved below its February 2018 low, there are plenty of buying opportunities, according to one expert.

Video: Investors Are Okay With a Trade Negotiation, but Not a Trade War

Stock investors are fine with a renegotiation of various trade agreements and policies with other countries. But the notion of a trade war is where investors draw the line.

Video: Dow Plunges Almost 500 Points at Market Open

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell almost 500 points at the open of trading on Wednesday amid fears of a trade war with China.

Video: Here's How Corporate America Is Responding to Trade War Worries

Chief financial officers across corporate America are keeping an eye on worries about a possible trade war with China.

Is the President Right About Amazon?

While it's not a full-blown "Turnaround Tuesday," the indices are up. Plus Spotify attempts to go public without bankers and the President calls out Amazon -- again. But is he right? Watch!