Jim Cramer thinks that amid the treacherous landscape of the market, there are still opportunities to buy into the weakness of certain stocks
The overall market has become jittery, and Cramer thinks there is one group of stocks in particular that will continue to fall as a result.
Intel's shares rallied more than 24 percent in 2014, and now analysts expect increases in both earnings and revenue.
After the last few days of volatility, two major indexes are already in correction territory, and a number of others are close.
The fundamental case for stocks remains intact, says Canaccord Genuity's chief strategist, Tony Dwyer.
In the topsy-turvy world of jobs these days, even an advanced degree can't protect some Americans from tumbling down the economic ladder.
Performance for the third quarter could rest as much on what happened in the courtroom as the boardroom.
Oil prices should stay at their currently low levels, or drop further, due to a "perfect storm" of risk factors.
Peter Thiel says he and Marc Andreessen may not agree on terminology, but they have similar thoughts about Carl Icahn's activism.
Volatility has ruled the market so far this October, and many investors are wondering if that may change when corporate earnings season gets underway.
"We have to rethink the way we address Ebola infection control because even a single infection is unacceptable," said Dr. Thomas Frieden.
The global plunge in oil prices is a bit of a double-edged sword, veteran trader Art Cashin told CNBC on Monday.
At the Cannabis Expo, marijuana entrepreneurs are developing products for both people and pets using CBD, or cannabidiol, a compound found in cannabis.
A hedge fund manager turned politician has suspended his campaign because of old sexual harassment allegations.
Abigail Johnson will take over as CEO of Fidelity Investments from her father Ned Johnson.
Employees of Steve Cohen's new family office who do the right thing get up to a 4 percent bonus.
The ouster of the entire 12-person board of directors at Darden Restaurants could trigger alarm bells at other companies.
Consumers are getting some relief after run-up in food prices this spring—thanks to a bumper grain crop and a weaker dollar.
As market jitters intensify, a Wall Street pro says he expects the market to bottom within only a few weeks.