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U.S stocks closed mixed Monday, stabilizing after their worst week since 2011, as declines in commodity prices weighed.
Despite the volatility this week, bull Tom Lee still expects the S&P 500 to rise to 2,300 this year, and he has four stocks that could lead the way.
Jim Cramer reviews the two worst case scenarios that the Chinese markets could have on U.S. investors.
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If Monday was any indication, we're in for a rocky January. Here's how to trade it.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his ideas of when and which stocks to buy after Monday's sell-off.
Jim Cramer names the stocks that dominated the Dow in 2015, as well as the dogs that need some work before they can go from zero to hero this year.
Jim Cramer prepares investors with his shopping list of stocks to avoid and buy amid the worldwide sell-off.
U.S. stocks closed lower, weighed by renewed concerns of global economic slowdown and increased tensions in the Middle East.
CNBC Pro ran the numbers and found all the ways to trade the big drop in Chinese stocks for U.S. investors.
There's a case to be made for the Dogs of the Dow, even as stocks start 2016 down. They offer yields that can pay off a mortgage.
U.S.stocks closed lower in light volume trade Thursday, the last day of 2015, despite some stabilization in oil prices.
As 2015 comes to an end, investors seeking dividend yields are targeting the "Dogs of the Dow," a strategy that's paid off more often than not.
U.S. stocks closed lower Wednesday in low volume trade as a decline in oil prices weighed.
U.S. stocks ended mixed in the shortened Christmas Eve session Thursday, holding most of the gains for a week in which commodities and beaten-down sectors of the market led.
“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer is telling investors which stock is headed higher for the long-term.
Jim Cramer loved the rally on Wednesday, but warned that some stocks will rally into the New Year artificially.
U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday, the last full trading day of the week, led by recovery in oil prices and commodities-related sectors.
A plus for oil futures would be a positive for stocks.
*Q3 GDP growth at 2 percent. Dec 22- Wall Street rallied across the board on Tuesday after oil prices recovered slightly and data showed that the U.S. economy grew at a fairly healthy clip in the third quarter. The Dow Jones industrial average ended 0.96 percent higher, with Caterpillar up 4.86 percent in its biggest one-day gain since October.