Jim Cramer reviews the stocks of the S&P 500 to find out if they could run out of fuel in the new year.
The Dow finished 2016 with double-digit gains, but the S&P 500 finished the year just under 10 percent.
Bitcoin, the controversial digital currency, is on its way to a major milestone thanks to a confluence of positive factors.
Most aren't expecting the Fed to raise rates on Wednesday, but if it does, these stocks could get hit hardest.
A handful of stocks have surged more than 30 percent off their 200-day moving average — but the conditions shouldn't deter investors from piling in, according to one trader.
A handful of stocks have soared since the S&P 500 got off its February lows, but are these stocks really indicative of the broader market?
Discussing the commodity rally, with Boris Schlossberg, BK Asset Management, and Eddy Elfenbein, Crossing Wall Street.
Despite the seemingly never-ending saga of low oil, one trader placed a big bet that one area of the energy market could make a major comeback.
The high-yielding dividends of these energy companies may be unsustainable, one analyst says.
U.S. stocks closed lower, weighed by a sharp decline in energy as oil plunged to a near-seven-year low.
These stocks are offering the yield of dreams. But are their rich dividend payouts secure?
Jim Cramer loves this broadcasting stock so much, yet no one talks about it. He also gives his take on other caller favorite stocks.
The large-cap stocks with the fattest yields all have something disturbing in common.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: News Corp, Cisco, Oneok & more.
If the Federal Reserve surprises the market with hawkish rhetoric, these seven names could be among the hardest hit.
Are you ready skeedaddy???!!! It's time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
A phone call turns historic when a “Mad Money” fan stakes a claim to host Jim Cramer.
U.S. stocks pulled back from Friday's records to close narrowly mixed ahead of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's remarks over the next two days.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a lower open on Monday as uncertainty surrounded Greece's deal with its euro zone creditors.
Some commodity traders are taking delivery of oil at the current price and storing it with the hopes of selling it at a later date for a profit.