Jim Cramer drilled down on why he thinks investors shouldn’t jump ship in the oil cohort and what they should do instead.
Jim Cramer quickly provides his opinion on various stocks, including the only utility that he will side with.
Jim Cramer clarifies why it's not time to sell Chinese stocks as the rhetoric between Donald Trump and China heats up.
Wall Street analysts predict a group of S&P 500 companies could be ready pop on Trump's pro-growth economic policies.
CNBC looked at a list of S&P 500 names with tax rates between 10 and 45 percent in fiscal 2015.
Lowe's CEO Robert Niblock says store traffic slowed more than anticipated in August and September.
Home Depot's earnings report brings light to an otherwise gloomy retail environment, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer says investors love certainty more than Hillary Clinton and breaks down the winners of earnings season.
Piper Jaffray says its survey of 400 homeowners found 47 percent plan to raise home improvement spending, down from the April survey.
Whirlpool, Masco and Sherwin-Williams have all slid on bad earnings news. Is this painting a bearish picture for housing as a whole?
Masco shares shed 9 percent on Tuesday after the company reported quarterly results that missed analyst expectations.
The "Fast Money" traders debated how to invest as home prices are just 1 percent shy of their 2006 peak before the housing bubble burst.
The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 trades in the housing market.
Jim Cramer found astounding growth in one group, and thinks the theme is here to stay.
Home remodeling spending is expected to hit new highs this year. Here's how the experts would play it.
A new report forecasts home remodeling this year will top records set during the housing boom. CNBC's Brian Sullivan discusses. Robert Wetenhall, RBC Capital Markets Homebuilding and Building Products analyst, and Todd Tomalak, John Burns Consulting VP, weigh in.
No matter who wins the White House, there is likely to be a big jump in infrastructure spending.
Jim Cramer deciphers the signals of the economy getting stronger and weaker at the same time.
Home equity is back, and headed for the bathroom, or the kitchen or the garage, or wherever today's homeowners see the greatest returns.
Rising house prices boosted home equity by $260 billion in the first quarter alone. How are homeowners responding?