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Last week, I got two notices that were labeled on the outside as being from Costco and regarding a "Food Safety Recall Notice." They're related to the ongoing peanut (Salmonella) problem.
Companies that can, do. The rest? They cost the Dow 122 points on Wednesday. Cramer pays homage to peak performance.
Gerald Jordan of the Jordan Opportunity Fund sees a big rally coming, probably in the second quarter, and he believes investors should get back into stocks to get ready for it. "I think the next two to three thousand points in the Dow are going to be higher, not lower, and that's what we're invested for," he told CNBC.
Who's next in the potential wave of consolidation set off by Pfizer and Wyeth? Cramer has an idea.
At the end of a short but turbulent week that included the official start of the Barack Obama administration, Alan Valdes of Hilliard Lyons offered some stock suggestions inspired by the new president and his policies. "We like his health care plan," Valdes told CNBC.
The ailing banking system is at the top of the Obama Administration's agenda Wednesday, after worries about the sector Tuesday handed the stock market its worse Inauguration Day losses ever.
Dow component and giant healthcare company--you really can't lump it in with big pharma because it sells drugs, medical devices and consumer products--Johnson & Johnson reported earnings this morning.
Stocks will struggle with a heavy dose of bad earnings news that could dash investor hopes for an Obama rally in the week ahead.
In this Web Extra the traders reveal how they're gaming Bernake's Tuesday speech, a Mosaic investor meeting, the JP Morgan Healthcare conference and more.
The Dow fell for the fourth day in a row as concerns about massive losses at Citigroup knocked its shares 17 percent lower, dragging down bank stocks...
Stocks continued their slide Monday as the economy and what is expected to be a horrendous earnings season formed a one-two punch to knock out hopes for a January rally.
Stocks were stuck in negative territory Monday, with pervading worries about the recession and the ways in which quarterly earnings reports would reflect economic difficulties dominating investor concerns.
After starting off the year with a bang, the trend has been to the downside and is again this morning. The good news is that the credit market is continuing to improve, with lower Libor and a corporate bond market that is starting to look functional again.
The new year is still three weeks away, but Keith Wirtz of Fifth Third Asset Management has a couple of stocks he thinks investors ought to own in 2009. Both are stocks of conservative companies he likes because of their fundamentals, and are likely to do well as the market recovers.
Eric Schoenstein of the Jensen Portfolio says equities remain the best bet in the long run. His advice: "You've got to start thinking more clearly about fundamentals of businesses, quality businesses that have real growth potential, cash flow generation opportunities."
Investors are riddled with anxiety over one simple question. Are stocks cheap?
Even in a down market, there are stocks that buck the trend.