Find out what earnings and IPO are in the "Mad Money" host's game plan.
The “Mad Money” host identifies five themes that transcend the day-to-day noise in the market.
No matter who wins the Republican presidential nomination, one fact remains: President Obama will be in office at least for the next year. Read on for Cramer’s “Obama-resistant” investment strategies.
Retail stocks dipped slightly midday, but the “Fast Money” pros still see bright spots away from ultra-luxury names.
Goldman Sachs analysts shook up its "conviction buy" list on Monday, adding Dow component Travelers Cos., apparel maker Ralph Lauren, and hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management as their best investment ideas.
Take a look at some of Monday morning's early movers:
In both New York and London, retailers are slashing prices this holiday season. The steep markdowns are being driven by the need to attract a more cautious consumer and unseasonably warm weather.
After pricing at $20 — higher than the expected $17-19 range — Michael Kors shares debuted with a 25 percent pop. This was certainly no Prada IPO. Investors are betting that KORS has a long runway ahead.
In what should be the strongest quarter for retailers, jewelry seller Tiffanys falls short.
Luxury retailer's guidance could spell trouble for sector, but all high-end retail stocks are not created the same, Fast Money pros said.
Market volatility doesn't concern stockpicker Laszlo Birinyi but it does change his strategy, he told CNBC Tuesday.
The apparel maker saw a 31 percent year-to-date increase in its stock price, but now might not be the time to buy it, Fast Money pros said.
With Black Friday fast approaching, the “Fast Money” pros had their eyes on retail. And they think you should stay away.
Global brands must localize . No longer does simply transporting what worked in the Western world to markets like China work.
Maybe it should not come as a surprise that consumers are pulling back just in time for the holidays
The yield on Italian 10-year debt skyrocketed overnight, going from roughly 6.7 percent yesterday to 7.3 percent. And that is with the ECB buying Italian bonds — in fact there has been active speculation that they are almost the only buyer of those bonds. This has effectively torpedoed the EFSF.
There are dozens of companies scheduled to report earnings on Wednesday, but Jim Cramer plans to monitor four companies' results in particular.
With several big earnings expected next week, find out which names the "Mad Money" host plans to monitor.
Jim Cramer’s researcher, Nicole Urken, discusses why one important aspect of separating the wheat from the chaff is recognizing that price matters.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.