Jim Cramer knew coal was on its way out, he just didn’t expect it to happen this fast.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Thursday: H&R Block, Urban Outfitters, Applied Materials and more.
U.S. stocks closed higher Wednesday with energy leading as oil held above $49 a barrel.
A group of high-flying names could be at risk of a pullback as the market rolls over, traders warn.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday: Alphabet, Under Armour, Southwestern Energy and more.
Hedge fund manager David Einhorn has written a first-quarter letter to investors explaining a new long “macro” position in natural gas.
Jim Cramer explained why the analysts could be wrong when it comes to Apple.
Jim Cramer sees a vicious stock rotation occurring, which unfortunately means this group of stocks just won't catch a break.
When it comes to the most shorted stocks on Wall Street, one investment officer says some of the animosity may be misguided.
Four stocks are way more volatile than all the rest.
Discussing the top things investors should keep an eye on in the energy space with Anthony Grisanti, GRZ Energy.
Uncertainty about the global economy, stock market volatility and the continued oil price rout has some market players using the R word again.
John England, Deloitte Vice Chairman, discusses tough decisions ahead for companies in the oil and gas exploration and production (E&P) sector.
The "Halftime Report" traders give the trade that it might be time to get get rid of.
There's a strange role reversal taking place Thursday.
In 2016, should a smart investor stick with stock winners or bet on a turnaround in dogs? A new S&P Capital IQ study reveals the answer.
Jim Cramer sorts through the rubble of the five worst performing stocks of the S&P 500 from 2015. Could they transform?
On a bitter opening day to 2016, the three best performers were 2015's three worst performers.
As the bull market tries for a seventh year, don't count on this year's outperformers to continue their stellar gains.
Thursday marks the close of a bumpy year for some corporate giants.