Only he explains it's not so much what, as it is who.
One company recently reported a very bullish data for the world's economies. Cramer chats with its CEO.
The "Mad Money" host said the market likes what it sees.
Warren Buffett may have let a 'zebra' get away in recent weeks, but today he hit his target. Berkshire Hathaway says in a news release this morning that it is buying Lubrizol for about $9 billion in cash, plus the assumption of another $700 million in debt.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced on Thursday that he would authorize the unrestricted commercial cultivation of genetically modified alfalfa, setting aside a controversial compromise that had generated stiff opposition. The New York Times reports.
China's red-hot economy is fueling inflationary gains in commodities prices, but inflation in emerging markets is nevertheless 'looking manageable" at this point, Dow Chemical boss Andrew Liveris told CNBC in Davos.
Maybe a chat with the CEO can help us decide.
The "Fast Money" trader explains in this special CNBC.com-only content.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Plus, get alls on retail, tech, chemicals and much more.
One of Cramer’s favorite technical analysts makes his case.
W.R. Grace has been rallying along with most other chemical makers, but now the bears are stepping in.
We’ll have to wait until January to learn whether Chancellor Chandler will throw out Airgas’ poison pill. He informed both sides on Tuesday that he’s leaving for vacation and won’t be back until the New Year.
It appears open warfare is about to break out on the board of directors of Airgas, the company that has so far successfully fended off a year long effort from Air Products to acquire it.
The board of Air products has gone where it has proved reluctant to go over the last year…to a price for Airgas that starts with the number seven.
Cramer knows of a stock that barely moved, which means it’s not too late for you to make some money.
The environmental group Greenpeace filed a lawsuit in US district court in Washington Monday accusing the Dow Chemical Company, a smaller chemical manufacturer, and several other defendants of engaging in a years-long campaign of corporate espionage against Greenpeace and other players in the environmental movement.
And they’re more than plays on just that sector. In fact, they’re making money right now in multiple bull markets.
It’s the company formerly known as Pittsburgh Plate Glass, Cramer said. Here’s his interview with the CEO.