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The Fast Money traders weigh in with the trade on Apple,Exxon Mobile and utilities, and the play on Netfix's plunge.
Futures were higher on Tuesday as investors waited for the outcome of a two-day meeting of the Federal Open Market Committee on interest rate policy.
Cramer said the technology stock, along with two other factors, helped stocks stage a comeback.
Stocks staged a strong comeback in the final hour of trading Monday, cutting their losses by more than half, following a report that the Greek finance minister official said the debt-ridden nation may be close to a deal with its international lenders, according to Reuters. Still, stocks ended lower, snapping a five-day winning streak.
Growing fears of a Greek default sent both the S&P and Dow tumbling on Monday. Yet on the very same day Apple made another new high.
Find out what earnings and conferences are in Cramer's "Game Plan" for next week.
It's been a tough and volatile road to be short Netflix (as we have been since the first quarter of 2011); our thesis then was that Netflix was getting into what we considered "the perfect storm".
On Friday the Fast traders were looking at the rapidly changing tech landscape after RIM sorely disappointed the Street. Who wins and who loses? You may be surprised!
Rising correlations diminish the benefits of diversification and the potential excess return that can be realized by picking individual stocks. Correlations are not static numbers, however, and periods of higher correlations have historically been followed by periods of lower correlations. Therefore, it would be a mistake to assume that diversification has stopped providing benefits.
With shares of RIM almost 18% lower in the after market, how should you trade this stock. ”It's in no man’s land,” says Fast trader Guy Adami.
Research in Motion's management team has created a lot of value over the last decade, but "right now you have to wonder about whether the right strategy is being employed," Cowen & Co. senior research analyst Matthew Hoffman told CNBC Thursday. He is also "highly skeptical" the company is a takeover target.
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The "Mad Money" host reveals what he plans to monitor.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner says there will be no Lehman-like collapse in Europe. Find out if Cramer believes him and how he is playing it.
From individual companies to finding value in the aftermath of the housing market, there are still a plethora of ways to find value for investors. Here are six innovative ideas presented by a panel at the Delivering Alpha conference.
CNBC's Jon Fortt has the latest details on Facebook's IPO date and Yahoo's board meeting.
The very latest on Microsoft's CEO Steve Ballmer and other executives' comments at its analyst meeting, with Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, and a look at other tech trades, including Dan Loeb lashing at out Yahoo!
Three men founded Apple Computer on April 1, 1976. Two of them are known around the world. The third bailed out early and gave up his ten percent stake in Apple for $800 a stake that if he kept it, would be worth $35 billion dollars today. But he insists he has absolutely no regrets. Now, he's telling his story in a new book.
Microsoft is unveiling its Windows 8 operating system ahead of its meeting with analysts Wednesday, but it is still trying to catch up to the wild popularity of Apple's iPad and Google's Android system, Brendan Barnicle told CNBC.
In the wake of the “golden parachute” outrage of the financial crisis, payouts in the form of stock options have become a favored form of compensation for public companies.