Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares his final thoughts on the future of tech giants, Research in Motion and Yahoo.
The "Mad Money" host said too many investors make the mistake of trying to call the bottom in "terrible stocks in terrible companies."
Stocks clawed back from earlier losses Wednesday, but still ended in negative territory for a second day, fueled by disappointment over the Fed's latest minutes and ongoing worries over the euro zone.
Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
Sharpen your pencils, it's Last Call quiz time.
"If you're a new entrant to Apple at these levels, you better have your big-boy pants on, because the end is near," says Richard Ross, Auerbach Grayson, who breaks down the company's charts.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the latest on the daily deal provider since the company took a $22.6 million hit to net income on Friday.
Stocks closed mixed in a quiet session Friday, but the Dow and S&P logged their best quarterly gain in almost 14 years. The Nasdaq posted its best quarterly performance since 1991.
With Yahoo’s stock not moving the needle over $20 since mid-2008, CEO Scott Thompson is facing a massive proxy showdown with hedge fund honcho Dan Loeb, who owns a 5.8% stake (over $1 billion ) in Yahoo through his company, Third Point.
Daniel Loeb is shooting off fighting words to Yahoo's CEO again, making clear he has no intention of backing down from his demands that Third Point needs more directors on Yahoo's board of directors.
Stocks closed at session highs Monday, logging their best one-day rally in almost two weeks, boosted by Ben Bernanke's earlier comments that the Fed may continue its easy monetary policy if the jobs market continues to show signs of weakness. Stocks are on track to post their best quarter since 1998.
U.S. stock index futures gained Monday as Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's speech on the economy gave investors reason to believe interest rates will stay low and even showed signs that further quantitative easing from the central bank may be on the horizon.
Take a look at some of Monday morning’s early movers:
Insight on how to maximize shareholder value, with Harry Wilson, former Obama Auto Task Force senior member/Maeva Group chairman/CEO, who also discusses board member net worth, and the GOP candidates' messages.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has details on Yahoo board nominations and Facebook holding an April meeting with sell-side analysts to discuss the company's financials in more detail.
Hedge fund Third Point, which has a 5.8 percent stake in Yahoo, says the struggling company would fare better if its representatives were in the boardroom.
Stocks finished in negative territory Tuesday amid worries over China's economic outlook and as investors took a breather following the recent market rally.
Are you one of the more than 700 million people who downloaded the mobile game, "Angry Birds?" Tuong Nguyen, Gartner Mobile Gaming analyst, says the mobile gaming industry could grow to a $17 billion market by 2015.
Take a look at some of Friday morning’s early movers:
As the Chinese government forges ahead on a multibillion-dollar effort to blanket the country with surveillance cameras, one American company stands to profit: Bain Capital, the private equity firm founded by Mitt Romney.