Discussing the huge demand for credit and weakness in the euro, with Keith Fitz-Gerald, Money Map Press; Steve Parker, JPMorgan Private Bank; Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.» Read More
General Electric, the world's largest conglomerate with products ranging from light bulbs to turbines, has been rocked by controversies and dogged by slow growth during the tenure of Chief Executive Officer Jeffrey Immelt, dividing investors on whether the company's stock is a buy or sell. ...A report from TheStreet.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer discusses the "Correction," where the market's been going along swimmingly and gets crushed. Do not be surprised. It's what happens when the market goes too far too fast. So build it in to your expectations. Also, what the heck is execution?
Mad Money host Jim Cramer clears up the differences between terms that seem similar, like trading vs. investing. As Cramer says, never turn a trade into an investment.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer continues to translate the most overused and underexplained terminology on Wall Street. In this segment, the risk/reward analysis.
We are seeing the market respond to strong earnings from industrials, tech and materials, after expressing little enthusiasm for financial earnings.
You don't have to be Albert Einstein to understand the stock market. Cramer continues to teach you how to speak "Wall Street" and understand the genuine gibberish. In this segment, the P/E multiple.
Plus, Cramer emphasizes the importance of execution when to comes to choosing stocks.
They’re not the same thing, you know.
As much as you want to know how much a particular equity will go up, you also need to know how far it will fall. Here’s how you figure it out.
It’s one of the best ways to compare stocks. Plus, a look at the top line, the bottom line and gross margins.
If money managers live and die by rotating between the two, you probably want to know what they mean.
Managing your money isn't easy, but if you know the lingo, you'll have a leg up on others, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer. If you put in an hour of work a week per stock, he says, you can beat the pros.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer provides traders with all manner of investing advice.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs and the Fast Money traders offer Web-only stock and investing advice.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs and the Fast Money traders discuss the stocks they'll be watching heading into next week.
Using options to bet on a move in either direction by financials, with Scott Nations, NationsShares and Options Action trader.
I noted on the air this afternoon that Pfizer, which was trading at about $20.20, dropped in a few minutes to about $19.50 on heavy volume.
Trading Caterpillar and Scott Cohn has an update from the Rajaratnam trial, which is likely to go to jury on Monday. Also, looking to next week's earnings when companies like MSFT, INTC, and NFLX report, with CNBC's Simon Hobbs and the Fast Money traders.
Stocks gained, closing at the highs of the session after starting the week in a sharp slide in the wake of Standard & Poor's revised outlook for U.S. long-term debt as largely positive earnings propelled stocks higher.
Is the dollar drop fueling corporate earnings. The dollar index falls to its lowest level since August 2008, with CNBC's Simon Hobbs and the Fast Money traders. Also, a discussion of tech earnings from this week, is the dollar broken for good, with Jens Nordvig, Nomura Securities, and how high can silver go.