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Shares of many luxury-goods purveyors are up by double-digits over the past three months. One analyst from TheStreet.com details nine stocks that could benefit from wealthy people paying up for name-brand goods.
Cramer thinks it could really sweeten your portfolio.
Vendors who loan to retail suppliers of Sears are already starting to pull back and could distance themselves further from the company if things don't change soon.
Wall Street technician John Roque calls these high flyers dangerous. Cramer goes “Off the Charts” to explain why.
Cramer goes one-on-one with Whole Foods CEO Walter Robb.
Walter Robb, co-CEO of Whole Foods Markets, talks to Mad Money's Cramer about his company and its growth prospects.
Goldman Sachs' latest "Conviction List" for the Americas, a roster of "buy"-rated U.S. stocks, highlights 11 consumer companies. TheStreet.com details the profiles, market cap, potential upside and 2011 return of these companies.
America's obsession with food and restaurant-style meals they can make at home are cooking up some fine holiday sales at Sur la Table, CEO Jack Schwefel told CNBC Tuesday.
Whole Foods Market shares rose a healthy 34 percent in 2011 year to date and remains a stock to watch, trader Jon Najarian said.
As most retail customers move online to bank, branches are regrouping by aggressively going after accounts with small-business owners, who tend to need a lot more face time than other types of customers.
John Mackey, Whole Foods Market co-CEO, discusses why economic freedom in the United States is declining and how it comes at the expense of American jobs.
The "Mad Money" host looks at which grocery store operator's stock is cheaper.
Could an $8 stock be more "expensive" than a $67 stock? Mad Money's Cramer, takes a look at two stocks in the same sector; SuperValu and Whole Foods, and shows investors why it's important to take the stock's growth rate into account by looking at the PEG ratio when comparing price.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Groupon stock may pop after the IPO, but the company faces a host of challenges beyond the accounting issues that forced the company to re-issue its S-1. Competitors, deal fatigue, customer annoyance and small business frustration are all taking their toll on the company. In the third quarter growth of the number of Groupons sold slowed to just one percent. Back in Q4 of 2010 the growth rate of Groupons sold was 97 percent, according to industry tracker Yipit.
According to the latest IPO valuation, online coupon purveyor Groupon is worth more than half the S&P 500 index, which one trader called "ludicrous."
Yes, they only met Street expectations, but the market had high expectations and Whole Foods is executing, says trader Brian Kelly.
Karen Short, BMO Capital Markets, senior food retail analyst, provides analysis of the food retailer's Q4 earnings, with the Fast Money traders.
Investors should pick funds that can survive the European debt crisis, an emerging markets slowdown, and a deteriorating U.S. economy, according to TheStreet. S&P Capital IQ cites three mutual funds that could accomplish this.
While there are many great stocks worth owning, there are certain sectors and companies that Cramer wants to stay away from.