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Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, looks into what the recent stock performance of Nike and Lululemon tell us about playing earnings.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, explains how the team combs through the earnings reports each day and highlights upside for Deckers.
These mergers would just make sense, the "Mad Money" host said.
Commentators are worried how inflation and higher raw costs might affect retailers, but Cramer thinks those fears are overblown.
Columbia Sportswear just reported a stellar quarter last night, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer, and Tim Boyle, President and CEO of Columbia Sportswear.
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It appears boot sales aren't taking a hike anytime soon.
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Cramer checks in with the CEO.
The "Mad Money" host picks his favorite out of four high-growth retail names.
Luxury yoga-wear manufacturer Lululemon, soaring on a blowout quarter, garnered a “neutral” rating from one analyst and an “outperform” from another on CNBC Thursday. Why?
Cramer digs through apparel and food plays to help you make mad money off the Middle Kingdom.
Investors shouldn’t have overreacted to the company’s quarter, Cramer said. But hey, at least they have you an entry point.
Q: On Fast Money’s trader radar we look at the stock that was lighting up screens across Wall Street. Founded as a hat distributor in 1938 this Portland, Oregon based company now makes sportswear. Today the stock took a hit after a Citigroup analyst said stores would be cutting back on their offerings for gear used in summer camping and fishing. Who is it?
If you're looking for stocks that can weather the current market storm, a professor at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business could have a screener worth your while.
For all you hear about the housing bust, you'd think prices aren't going up anywhere. One look at the Seattle or Portland, Oregon markets tells you it isn't true.