Lee Brodie is Digital Producer for Mad Money with Jim Cramer. Past credits include "Trading Spaces" and "Entertainment Tonight." He has also produced shows for History, MSNBC, NBC Productions, PBS and more. He received a 2007 Daytime Emmy award for the A&E documentary "A Question of Life or Meth." Brodie also received an Emmy award for his coverage of the New York theater scene in "Live from Broadway with Pat Collins." His first job in media was also with NBC, as a page.
In Tuesday’s Web.Extra, find out how to trade speculation that NYMEX (NMX) is in serious negotiations with the NYSE (NYX). Also hear what Eric Bolling spied from his office. Remember, this content is exclusively for you, our internet audience. You won’t find it on TV.
With options surging in clean technology company American Superconductor (AMSC), Pete Najarian reveals his clean trade in Wednesday’s Web.Extra. Also find out how the guys are trading News Corp. (NWS) on late earnings news. Remember this content is exclusively for you, our internet audience. You won’t find these trades on TV!
While many trumpet ethanol as a cost-effective alternative energy, others worry about the domino effect it is having on food prices. Food distributor Sysco (SYY) is among the companies on the front lines of this issue. What's the story behind “Ag-flation” Aggravation?
You may have never heard of the company and you probably won't ever buy its products, but VMware's IPO Tuesday will likely be the biggest technology debut since Google in 2004. Shares of EMC Corp. (EMC), the majority owner of VMware soared more than 7% in anticipation of pricing Monday evening. What's the trade as the IPO hits the market Tuesday?
If you looked at the headlines recently, you might think that private equity and hedge fund managers were the dumbest guys in the room. Well, think again. Shares of Blackstone (BX) (Steve Schwarzman's private equity firm gone public) rose nearly 3% Monday after BX reported a 3-fold increase in Q2 profits. Investors are betting with private equity, but why?
Think unrest overseas is causing the wild swings in the market? You're half right.
Volatility making your insides flip? Cramer says hedge funds are largely to blame.
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Shares have already rallied substantially, yet Cramer think there’s more upside coming.
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