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"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer breaks down the lagging 3-D technology sector and explains why 3D Systems deserves to be sold.
Cramer always says, when you buy a stock, you have to actively visit your reasons for owning it. And when those reasons wane, you have to sell.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
With the market in the thick of earnings, next week promises to be an eventful five days for investors. Are you ready? Cramer sure is.
After a few rocky days for stocks, it's time to buy growth companies on the cheap, T. Rowe Price's Josh Spencer says.
Some of Monday midday movers:
Any rebound in the market is likely to be short-lived since it needs a catalyst to sustain gains, and the start of earnings season may disappoint.
The three-dimensional printing sector could grow as much as 25 percent per year, UBS analyst Steve Milunovich tells CNBC.
They may have been branded the "most hideous" stocks recently, but 3-D printing will continue to produce stellar growth over the coming years, according to research.
Hint: It has "one of the worst head and shoulders patterns I've ever seen," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Some of Wednesday's midday movers:
CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains why some experts think 3-D printing stocks could fall further after an epic run last year.
Traders saw the surprise gain in February jobs as a sign of a stronger economy, and a signal that interest rates could continue to move higher.
Some of Friday's midday movers:
The index's second record close this year set the stage for further gains, as traders look ahead to next week's jobs report.
Companies in the news after Thursday's bell:
Dramatic gains in players' share prices in the past year do not herald an imminent technological revolution, according to some industry experts.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
FMHR trader Josh Brown explains why he sold 3D Systems after Bank of America downgraded the stock.
The latest cold blast is likely to add to the murky economic picture, which is already making it difficult for stocks to advance.