April 16- Canadian grocer Metro Inc posted a higher-than-expected profit for the second quarter and the company raised its quarterly dividend by 20 percent. Metro reported earnings of C $1.07 per share from continuing operations for the quarter ended March 15. Analysts on average had expected C $1.02 per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.» Read More
In a volatile market, you need accidental high yielders and Cramer says this name is among of the best of the bunch.
Mad Money host, Jim Cramer says investors need high-yield stocks that pay you to wait for the economy to turn around, and Eaton's among the best of the bunch.
Craig Leupold, Green Street Advisors president discusses the decline in retail REITs due to ongoing concerns in Europe, but cautions investors not to attribute Wednesday's rout to money leaving the REIT space.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the trading day from the NYSE.
Why a sustained credit rally is likely, and why you should not sell bonds for equities, with Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine. "There is a huge loss eminating from Europe," he says. "Avoid Europe; avoid banks."
Even though Veolia Environment has a sky-high 12% yield, Cramer says it's also a giant red flag. The company has been trying to restructure itself for years, and the only thing that is certain about VE is the dividend needs to be cut.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer talks with First Energy's CEO, Tony Alexander on how the company will benefit from providing cleaner coal than government regulations require, and its plans to continue paying out big dividends, and consistent earnings.
Non-financial companies headquartered in Europe are presenting mid-crisis opportunities, but these are limited, says blogger Charles Rotblut.
Mad Money's Cramer says the first step in getting back to even is for investors to follow their instincts and be cautious. Investing is about having confidence and belief in your investment decisions.
In this volatile market, investors cherish safety and consistency above all else, says Cramer. Talking profits and dividends, with Mike Morris, American Electric Power chairman and CEO.
Taxes can drag on wealth creation and preservation, so it's important to make sure you have the right assets assigned to your investment and retirement accounts .
Why the "Mad Money" host thinks this stock can weather any storm.
Mad Money's Cramer offers investors a dividend stock that's as recession resistant as it gets, General Mills. This is a company, he says, that pays you to wait for things to get better.
Cramers says in chaotic and difficult moments like this, nothing protects better than a dividend, and suggests investors take a look at the leading garbage disposal and landfill player in the U.S., Waste Management.
Are the markets oversold? Discussing buying opportunities in dividend and cyclical stocks, with Steve Auth, Federated Investors, and Jack Albin, Harris Private Bank.
A look at what investors need to know to prepare for Friday's markets and how to trade it, with Brian Kelly, Shelter Harbor Capital, and Steve Cortes, Veracruz.
Mad Money's Cramer says in this rough market, investors need to find companies like Clorox that will pay a healthy dividend. If we really are headed for a recession, this is exactly the kind of stock that can still make investors money in a slowdown.
The company should be buying back stock by the bucketload and doubled the dividened, says Whitney Tilson, T2 Partners.
Microsoft is raising it's dividend by a hefty 25%, a record for the software giant, and a look at top tech picks, with the Fast Money crew.
A look at how hedge fund managers are positioning themselves for the rocky road ahead in the markets, with Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors CEO.