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Cramer pulled together a dozen names that he thinks will most benefit from an economic rebound.
For some things there are no words. Wait until you see what happens when Mad Money’s Jim Cramer joins the Fast traders to talk about recovery power plays.
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Investors should put their cash to work and focus on leading economic indicators, and not lagging indicators such as the unemployment rate, advised Daphne Roth, head of equity research at ABN AMRO Private Banking.
Tim Seymour reveals the catalysts behind the commodities rally and whether the space has room to run?
Stocks futures have weakened on the stronger dollar... due to Mr. Bernanke's comments that monetary policy could be tightened as a recovery takes hold.
Richard Parower is a portfolio manager at Seligman Global Technology Fund, which is up 50 percent this year, and a co-manager at 5-star rated Seligman Communications and Information Fund, which is up 46 percent.
The Dow may very well pass the 10,000 mark, but any upward movement is likely to be short-lived, said Michael Church, president of Addison Capital, and Dean Barber, president of Barber Financial Group.
Are comments made by Nouriel Roubini on CNBC moving Monday's market by driving weak dollar trades? How should you play it?
The People’s Republic, that is. Funny, a bunch of Marxists are doing Adam Smith better than we can.
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The S&P 500 closed lower for the fourth day in a row after the latest economic reports suggested that the job market could trip up the recovery.
With a disappointing employment number out from ADP on Wednesday, will Friday's jobs report send the market tumbling?
Talk of a September downturn is all over the Street, but that was the way it was at the start of August too: Bulls and Bears were expecting a pullback, and despite several weak intraday sessions in the beginning of the month, and one weak close in mid-August, it never happened.
Ben Bernanke’s reappointment as chairman of the Federal Reserve was probably the best move for the markets, said Michael Cuggino, president and portfolio manager at Permanent Portfolio Funds, and Alan Valdes, vice president of Hillard Lyons.
The current retreat has some wondering if this is a new bear market. It’s more an application of the Chinese strategy 19: Pulling the Firewood from Beneath the Cauldron. This cools the market back to a sustainable uptrend.
The market bounced back on Tuesday against all odds, just like the Mad Money host said it would.
When a sell-off develops there is a surprising lack of support from investors in miner BHP Billiton.