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Cramer explains how rallies will let you know.
One you might want to keep, the other you won’t. Either way, they both have to go.
Ignore this rule at your portfolio’s peril, Cramer says.
When most stocks are flying high, make yours prove their worth.
It isn’t all about up, up, up, Cramer says.
Some traders were encouraged by Wall Street's gains but also cautious that the third up move in a 12-day stretch was the result of an oversold bounce that could quickly evaporate in the next volatile session
Investors are concerned about a range of issues, from Europe's burdensome debt to stricter US regulations. As a result, inexpensive stocks are now even cheaper. Here are 10 US stocks that trade at massive discounts to the broader equity market and their peer groups.
Family Dollar's conservative guidance: is this what Q3 guidance will look like? All the discount retailers are flat to down today as Family Dollar (FDO) provided guidance for the current quarter (Q4) that is below Street consensus ($0.46 to $0.51 vs. Street estimates of $0.53). The conference call, mostly with CFO Ken Smith, was very instructive...
The market is gaining for a second straight day, giving support to the notion that brighter days are ahead. Jamie Cox, managing partner at Harris Financial Group, and Subodh Kumar, chief investment strategist at Subodh Kumar & Associates, told CNBC that a bottom has likely been reached—but they differ on how quickly the market will return to previous heights.
Even amid louder calls for a double-dip recession, why is Goldman recommending its high net worth clients keep a long-term focus?
Stocks advanced Wednesday as financials got a boost from State Street's outlook and investors scooped up some beaten-down tech and industrial shares.
Stocks rose Wednesday as gains in financials and energy helped offset concerns about the economy. Art Cashin, director of floor operations at UBS Financial Services, shared his market outlook.
David Kelly, chief market strategist at JPMorgan Funds, doesn't believe the U.S. economy is facing a double-dip recession.
Stocks opened higher Wednesday, led by financials after State Street said it expects to beat earnings expectations.
HSBC's chief economist gives his veiws on Paul the Octopus' acumen at predicting results of World Cup games.
While this company may traffic in sanitizers that use artificial ingredients, it has only just begun to tap its real organic growth potential in markets like China, India, and Africa. If it can catch on there, the stock should soar.
Here's what analysts and others say they're watching before the bell Wednesday.
U.S. stock index futures were lower ahead of the open Wednesday, after modest gains in the previous session, as investors waited for details on the methodology of the European Union bank stress tests.
HSBC’s closely-watched emerging market index indicates that manufacturing growth will slow sharply following a record first quarter.
Upcoming stress tests in Europe are just one more reason not to hold banking stocks at the moment, according to James Chappell, a financial sector strategist at Olivetree Securities.