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And they’ll protect you from a slew of other negatives the bears are throwing around, too.
This trend is driving the markets right now.
Cramer’s expecting a “hugely bullish affair” for investors.
Cramer thinks this company could be the next in its group to deliver an upside surprise, and he wants you in ahead of the quarter.
Children are wired up with cell phones, consoles, iPods, and computers as early as grade school these days, but this doesn’t mean all tradition is lost. The goal now is to seamlessly merge the old and the new, keeping kids interested with products that impart traditional play patters with flashes of the digital world.
Armstrong says the next company he will put his golden hands on is Honey Stinger, an 8-year-old small natural foods company based in Steamboat Springs, Colo., that makes honey-based energy gels, bars and chews.
This much is clear. However long Nike's contract with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is, the allegations against him (even if they won't be prosecuted), will assure us that Nike will never use him in a commercial again.
There they sat at the Niketown in Manhattan yesterday. A stage full of football stars: Adrian Peterson, Tim Tebow, Ndamukong Suh and Mark Sanchez. And to think that the New York Jets quarterback, supposedly the heartthrob, had no chance to command the attention of the high school teenagers from Michigan who just happened to walk into the store at the right time.
In today's trading session, a total of 81 stocks in the S&P 500 reached new 52-week highs. Here is a look at those companies.
Maligned Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has lost one of his two endorsement deals.
This morning, I briefly spoke to Mark Steinberg, Tiger's agent and senior vice president and global managing director of IMG golf. Our first topic was the Nike ad that has generated so much buzz.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
As if Nike spacer and Tiger Woods needed more publicity. Whether you find it fascinating or creepy, the new Nike ad for Woods is a buzz "hole in one". And everyone wants a piece of it.
The annual Masters address by the chairman of the Augusta National Golf Club is usually a routine, even humdrum, affair. The principal topic of conversation is often the speed of the greens, and the closest thing to controversy is the yearly refusal to discuss whether the club will some day include a woman as a member. On Wednesday, Billy Payne, who has led Augusta National since 2006, did something unprecedented.
No one does advertising like Nike and the company proved it again yesterday when the Tiger ad it unveiled was a spot that not a single company in the world besides them would dare to do.
Nike has confirmed to CNBC that it will run a new ad tonight featuring Tiger Woods on two networks—on ESPN between 6 and 7:30 pm New York time and on the Golf Channel between 6 and 7 pm.
This sector right now is on fire. And whether it’s the return of the M&A market, a newly confident consumer or a visionary CEO, there are plenty of ways to play it.
There’s little doubt that this week’s Masters in Augusta, Ga., will be the most-watched golf tournament of all-time.
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