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The IPO market has been white hot. But if you're not strategic it could burn you, badly.
Join Cramer and his crew as we celebrate the 2000th episode of Mad Money w/ Jim Cramer.
Cramer says these 10 stocks are still 'buys' even if the DC debt debacle gets really nasty.
As more companies turn to their software to improve efficiency, Cramer thinks this stock warrants your attention.
The Mad Money host had cooled on these stocks. But he’s warming up again.
Shares of Red Hat have dropped more than 10% in a matter of days after the latest earnings. What gives?
With a government shutdown seeming ever more likely, what’s an investor to do?
"2013 has been a bit of a bust for M&A," Cramer said, but that appears to be changing
Dan Hesse tells Cramer demand for the new iPhone is so brisk, he can barely keep up.
With housing influencing so much of the broader recovery, Cramer says it’s prudent to often take the temperature of this sector.
Despite massive headwinds the market remains within a stone's throw of its all-time high. How's that possible?
David Kostin, Goldman Sachs chief U.S. equity strategist, explains why the fundamentals show the market is trading around "fair value."
David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management chief investment strategist, shares his thoughts on why uncertainty in causing the economy to stall.
Even in sectors that are troubled, Cramer said there are still some stand out names.
It’s time for the Lightning Round. Cramer makes the call on viewer favorites.
Up 30% ytd, can even the best CEO drive shares of a mature company like Disney much higher?
The endless political squabbling threatens to shutdown the government and send the stock market into a tailspin. Are you ready?
Plenty of skeptics have delighted in dissing Apple. But after this weekend, Cramer thinks Apple may have the last laugh.
Thomas Lee, JPMorgan chief U.S. equity strategist, explains how Fed policy is impacting markets as the four-year bull market pushes stocks to new highs.
Fed developments suggest cyclical stocks are buys? Yet other developments suggest they're not. Now what?