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Jim Cramer continues Chart Week with the help of technician Carolyn Boroden, who found some key ratios within the charts of the S&P.
Check out the companies making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Netflix, Intel, Corning & more.
Google's new CFO hasn't had time to make a big impact, but if growth doesn't speed up, investors will be turning her way.
China, weak oil hit commodity stocks
Technical analyst Rich Ross explains why Amazon shares could rally as much as 10% in the next week.
Measures of CFO expectations for the next 12 months were at their lowest levels in five years this quarter.
UnitedHealth may not be in the hunt to acquire a rival, but industry consolidation will be a big topic when it releases earnings.
Rumors of a potential Twitter takeover deal has the options market sizzling. Traders bet the stock could rally 8 percent in the next month.
The most widely watched technical indicator continues to work like a charm.
The small trader decided they weren't going to be the suckers buying Netflix after its stock split.
Net interest margin and income is down at banks, but most traders believe interest rates will lift financials by the end of the year.
The pace of Federal Reserve interest rate tightening shouldn't derail the stock market, Jamie Dinan says at Delivering Alpha.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Bill Ackman reiterated his support for nationalized mortgage lenders Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, during an appearance Wednesday at the Delivering Alpha conference.
Forget Greece and China because according to Peter Boockvar, the two things investors should be focused on right now are earnings and interest rates.
Investors should tilt their portfolios to U.S. stocks, but also consider opportunities overseas, the chief investment officer CalSTRS says.
Jim Cramer continues Chart Week by speaking to technician Ed Ponsi. Could it be time to take a juicy bite out of Apple, again?
Jim Cramer saw signs of life Tuesday in many stocks of the S&P that have been considered bottom feeders.
Dr. Doom Marc Faber says China is the biggest threat to the global economy, and he doesn't expect the U.S. market to make new highs.
JPMorgan Chase's earnings conference call concluded in unexpected fashion.