The “Mad Money” host says with oil heading down, restaurants will benefit. Find out who he thinks are the best of the bunch.
When gas prices go down, restaurant stocks go up, says Mad Money host Jim Cramer. "You want the best of the bunch, and in this environment that's Darden for consistent conservative growth and Chipotle to shoot the lights out for all the risk takers," he adds.
The "Mad Money" host reveals which companies' earnings reports are important to monitor.
The "Mad Money" host explains the market action and what it means for your portfolio.
If tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve produces lower oil prices, Cramer said a tax would be lifted off the consumer in the form of lower gas prices. Here's how he's playing it.
See what's happening, who's talking and what will be making headlines on Friday's Squawk on the Street.
What follows is a look at stocks in the S&P 1,500 displaying unusual volume in today's trading session.
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The "Fast Money" traders reveal which stocks they're monitoring in trading Tuesday.
Cramer puts top national restaurant brand stocks to the test.
Sometimes the market's action just doesn't make sense. Lucky for home gamers, Cramer is here to explain.
One year after the tragic BP oil spill that killed 11 people and resulted in the worst offshore oil spill in American history, Louisiana's $2.4 billion seafood industry is a long way from returning to previous levels, both in supply and demand.
These two headwinds ended the "Mad Money" host's 18 months of bullishness.
Shares of The Blackstone Group make a run for a three-year high, and a look at casual dining stocks set to take off, with Mark Kalinoswki, Janney Capital Markets.
Darden disappointed last week, at least according to the Street. But what if that was a blip on the radar?
Darden disappointed last week, at least according to the Street. But what if that was a blip on the radar, oil stays where it is or goes lower, and now turns out to be a buying opportunity, with Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
The level of bullish commentary seemed to rise with the stock market Wednesday, though trader focus remains centered on global events.
U.S. major indexes have not shown much love on Valentine's Day, with the S&P 500 trading up only 40 percent of the time. Some stocks, however, seem to perform relatively well leading into the holiday.
Several points stand out in Mr. Bernanke's press conference.
For the first time since April 2010, U.S. equity mutual funds had inflows, according to estimates by TrimTabs.com. "Official" numbers from the ICI will be out next week.