More new shorts were added in Nasdaq stocks in the end of March, but they declined on NYSE names.» Read More
Also, another steel recommendation, explaining Sirius/XM and more.
While the rest of the sector was going bankrupt, this company thrived. No wonder it's Cramer's favorite in the group.
Even a recession can't keep these companies down. Find out why.
They're some of the S&P's best performers today and with good reason.
It might have seemed like a boring day in the stock market, but there was plenty of action including late-breaking news on Clear Channel, the pre-earnings Oracle trade and more.
Don’t trade with the masses. Chart expert Carter Worth explains how to fight the crowd in financials and materials.
Steel stocks are breaking out and becoming a steal as global supply becomes scarce. So which names are leading the pack?
At least for the next week or two thanks to new confidence in the financials. Here is what's worth buying.
Following are the day’s biggest winners and losers. Find out why shares of U.S. Steel and Thornburg Mortgage popped while UnitedHealth and Dick's Sporting Goods dropped.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
Stock gains evaporated Tuesday after oil prices hit $100 a barrel.
U.S. stocks opened higher Tuesday, led by energy as supply disruptions boosted oil prices.
Stocks rose for their third consecutive gain to complete their longest winning streak of the year so far on strength in oil, tech and other familiar trends. Also, breaking biotech news on Genentech and Biogen in the Word on the Street.
Wall Street seems to be on M&A watch with the next big areas of consolidation potentially being coal and steel. What should you know?
Tuesday was a dizzying day on Wall Street with the Dow plunging lower. What's the word on the Street?
Not paying attention to the elections and how it might affect your portfolio? Shame on you! Here's a brief primer: health care, tobacco, Fannie Mae and more...
Inflation worries continue. If the comments from companies during the last three days is any indication, Americans will be spending significantly more for food in the near future, due to significantly higher costs for corn, soybeans, sugar, and cocoa.
Roller coaster for futures this morning. First the ADP report was big, anticipating job increases of 130,000 from the nonfarm payrolls report on Friday, way above expectations of 40,000, and moved futures up about 4 points.
Tuesday is shaping up to be one of the busiest earnings days of the quarter so far, but it's likely the markets will continue to focus instead on the Fed.
Stocks closed lower for a second straight day as the market absorbed more disturbing economic news. What’s the word on the Street?