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As the Federal Reserve gets set to chart a future course off zero interest rates, investors now have a chance to play along.
Unless you're a pro, Cramer doesn’t advocate trading in and out of stocks. But if you're going to do it anyway, he wants you to be prepared.
Jim Cramer has learned something valuable about investing at almost every junction in his life.
Take a look at some of Thursday's after-hours buzz: Gamestop, Hertz, Gap & more.
Despite strong economic data on housing sales and from the Philadelphia Fed, the bond market remained largely nonchalant. Blame Alibaba.
SPQR has won a big judgment in a long-running legal saga that accuses TPG and Apax of bankrupting a Greek telecom.
The options market predicts a 11 percent post-earnings move for GameStop.
Habit Restaurants, a fast-food restaurant chain known for its burgers, said its IPO was priced at $18 per share, valuing it at about $454.5 million.
The cold snap blowing through the country could help retailers as consumers make winter purchases after an unseasonably warm October.
With Thanksgiving just a week away, investors may already be shopping for the very best trade for the holiday season.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares a sign that your stocks might be in trouble.
It's crystal-ball time for markets and Goldman Sachs is no different, outlining top-10 themes for 2015, eyeing the economic recovery, China and oil.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The Internet is great for serving up videos of adorable animals doing funny things, but it also offers a plethora of hidden investing insights.
The US dollar is king in the currency world again, as the euro and yen suffer. Some ETFs were minted to ride the return of king dollar.
Jim Cramer thinks some investors are looking for tech in all the wrong places by lookin for tech in all the same faces.
Looking back at his investment decisions over the past five years, Cramer wants to kick himself for doing this.
Volatility will return to normal levels as the Federal Reserve provides less liquidity to the markets, stock strategist Bob Doll says.
“I know that most of you will absolutely hate this rule,” Jim Cramer said. But you really should follow it.
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