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In his latest Outrage segment, Cramer extols the virtues of investing moderation. Case in point: the recent move in casino stocks.
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In this Web Extra you'll find the day's biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of Ford and Qualcomm popped while Honeywell and Tyson Foods dropped.
Executives of some European gambling companies are whispering that they may get a second chance in the United States.
If you’ve bet on casinos lately, chances are you feel like you’ve thrown snake eyes. But maybe your luck is about to change...
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
You didn't think we forgot did you? In this Web Extra you'll find all the day's pops and drops!
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Marriott is seeing heavy call activity — even as its stock trades lower today. MAR's 20-day average daily options volume is 3,356, but today it has traded nearly 23,300 contracts halfway through the session. Why?
Revenue may be down and the pressure to slash costs intense, but some U.S. companies say job cuts are not an option.
Last week, Cramer took a group of stocks off the sell block. See who they are, and learn of their huge gains since.
Following are the week’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of AK Steel and Wynn Resorts popped while Monsanto and Capital One dropped..
Right now, this ETF fails to deliver the returns you’d expect given rising crude prices.
Shares of Las Vegas Sands have risen roughly 65 percent in the last week, and options traders apparently see lots of room for more upside.
Doug Kass is good. He told you on Monday the market was due to reverse. Now, how do you game the bounce?
Investors unfortunate enough to own this group should cash out, Cramer says.
Just like the song says, “you’ve gotta’ know when to hold ‘em and know when to fold ‘em." Gamblers and traders alike are walking away from the table.
The Dow closed lower on Wednesday after President Obama warned of stricter oversight for Wall Street, raising the specter of greater regulation that investors fear could sap profits.
Stocks declined Wednesday as a late warning from President Obama about stricter oversight for Wall Street knocked major indexes off their highs for the day.
"We are seeing changing patterns of behavior at the table," said Steve Wynn, Wynn Resorts Chairman. The same appears to be happening on Wall Street.