We're moving into a time of year that’s been difficult for bulls, historically. However, if the market does sell off, Cramer won't cry.» Read More
Following are five ways in which investing in an IRA may trump using a 401(k) plan.
If you’re looking to build a portfolio of stocks, here’s how Cramer would put money to work right here and right now.
No one likes to pay income taxes. That's not a problem for residents of seven states that have no state income tax. Two others don't tax wage income.
Janet Yellen left traders with three takeaways: the dollar will strengthen, rates will rise, and easy money policies are on their way out.
When you think of a growth company you probably think of some shiny new tech company, don’t you?
Adobe Systems forecast profit and revenue above analysts' estimates, citing strong demand for its Creative Cloud suite and digital marketing software.
Fund managers are shunning risk, with 81 percent of investors admitting they think geopolitical risk poses a threat to financial market stability.
The tech giant's shares spiked to levels not seen since the dotcom boom on reports that the company plans to unveil an iPad version of its Office software suite.
Baring the unexpected, housing data and the Federal Reserve are expected to get the bulk of Wall Street's attention, starting on Tuesday.
Citing a report from Goldman Sachs, CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down just how disruptive experts think Tesla can become.
Here's how to stop high-frequency trading: Institute a "cancellation tax" or eliminate payment for order flow.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CBOE said on Tuesday it will launch nearly around-the-clock trading for futures on its Volatility Index.
Stocks could move to new highs if Russia behaves, and if the Fed soothes on rates. Elsewhere, the dam is breaking on 2014's flood of IPOs.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day.
Amid a string of cloud IPOs this week, Jim Cramer thinks three of them warrant close attention. Get names right here.
What do teachers, divorcees and people paying off student loans have in common? They can cut taxes, without itemizing.
Oracle is among the companies making headlines after the bell Tuesday:
After years of struggling with your sweet tooth, finally, it's led to gains where you want them; in your portfolio!
As the losses fixed-income investors saw in 2013 may occur again when the Fed raises interest rates, bonds may not always be a safe investment.
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