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Jim Cramer sees we are in volatile market territory this year, and he gives the stocks he will be watching next week.
U.S. stock index futures signaled a lower open on Tuesday, as oil prices continued to weaken and Greece remains in focus.
After nearly 15 years, the Nasdaq finally looks like it could regain its March 10, 2000, high of 5,048.62.
The market may have rallied, but "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks that’s just the beginning of Yellen’s impact.
It is good to have a game plan the next time the market tanks. These are Jim Cramer's time tested stocks to buy on the next big selloff.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
Companies making headlines before the bell Monday:
Stocks were little changed after data had creation of 214,000 jobs in October.
But Coca-Cola's fundamentals suggest the stock's troubles could last.
These stocks were the poster children for buy-and-hold investing but, with the latest numbers, that reasoning comes into question.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The market is experiencing its most volatile period in five months, and there are few safe harbors amid the sell-off.
It hasn’t happened in a while. But it happened today. And it happened so suddenly Cramer hopes you were sitting down.
The dynamics in the market are changing. And Cramer says investors need to change, accordingly.
Investors willing to do extra homework to prepare a shopping list of stocks could reap big rewards from a "buy the dip" strategy.
You can’t turn around without hearing the S&P 500 printed 2,000, again, making another record. Can stocks possibly go higher?
The stock market has been able to bounce back from every negative headline and set fresh record highs. But, some stocks have fared better than others.
Jim Cramer is hardly ever a buyer of a stock that’s already jumped 30 percent in a single session. This, however, is a rare exception.
U.S. stocks ended the week mixed after news of fresh conflict between Russia and Ukraine.
U.S. stock-index futures pointed to a higher start to trade on Friday, with markets calmer after mollifying remarks from Vladimir Putin.