With almost 80 million people and annual output of some $400 billion, Iran could be the biggest economy to rejoin the global trading and financial system since Russia emerged from the collapse of the Soviet Union more than two decades ago. Iran has already outlined plans to rebuild its main industries and trade relationships, saying last week it was targeting...» Read More
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Just look at the quarters, Cramer says.
These companies make big bucks picking bad guys out of a crowd.
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Check out the latest addition to Cramer's homeland-security portfolio.
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Cramer highlights the stocks that work during this market decline.
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