Trader Sarat Sethi of Douglas C. Lane & Associates gives his thoughts on Delphi Automotive after their investor meeting in London, and Jim Lebenthal discusses his position in the auto sector. » Read More
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, takes a look at some recent data points that point to optimism for the macro economy.
And here’s how Cramer recommends playing it.
Even though the market will likely continue to climb, it may not be wise to participate in it. Here’s why.
Short interest in Barnes & Noble and Diamond Foods is among the highest in the S&P 1,500 index, with more than 50 percent of their float sold short.
Yesterday's difficult market caused investors to take long-shot trades with low probability of success, but also limited risk.
Stocks could take a breather Friday as the massive Europe-driven rally puts the market on track for its best monthly gain in 37 years.
As the White House, EPA, NHTSA and automakers hash out new fuel efficiency standards scheduled to be finalized by September, investors would be wise to stop focusing on the automakers and dial in to the implications for parts suppliers.
The “Mad Money” host explains why he thinks the time is right to get into auto parts stocks, and how you should play it.
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Equities remain the better investment choice, said Michael Sansoterra, managing director and co-portfolio manager at Silvant Capital Management.
Which stocks belong on your radar? Find out from Louis Navellier, author of the Blue Chip Growth newsletter.
Shares of GM lost 15% in the first three months of the year, but made a recovery in just the first few hours of the second quarter. How should you trade it?
Use the pullback opportunity to sell weaker holdings and wait for the correction to run its full course, said Art Nunes, CIO of Northwest Asset Management.
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Following are moves you might have missed. Find out why shares of Borg Warner and Loews popped while Corning dropped.
Cars are back in the fast lane. Automakers are ramping up production and upping their sales figure of cars. As the U.S. auto industry makes a comeback, auto suppliers and auto retailers are reaping the benefits. In the past six months, auto suppliers like auto-nation, Borg-Warner, and Johnson controls all delivering double-digit returns.
Louis Navellier, author of the "Blue Chip Growth" newsletter, said these two names could drop an earnings bombshell.
All eyes were on the S&P 500 Thursday as investors tried to gauge if stocks were about to break out and whoosh higher.
General Motors, which raised at least $20.1 billion in an initial public offering, is to carmaker Ford what financial company Citigroup is to JPMorgan, some mutual-fund managers say. ...A report from TheStreet.