The "Mad Money" host gives investors the lowdown.
Wednesdays’ rally occurred because there was phenomenal news where people least expected it, Cramer says.
Stocks kicked off the first trading day of February with a bang, extending their robust rally from the previous month, boosted by some positive global economic news in addition to a report that Greece and its private creditors may soon agree upon a deal.
Over dinner last night with several managing directors for a large equity desk, the first topic of conversation was not, “What's going to happen after the NYSE-Deutsche Boerse merger gets turned down?” It was, “What the hell is going on with this lousy volume? My desk is dead.”
Take a look at some of Wednesday morning's early movers:
The "Mad Money" host outlines his "Game Plan.'
Forget the traditional ways of generating investment ideas. Instead, let the crowd do it for you. From hedge funds to individual investors, scores of market participants are turning to social media to figure out which stocks are worth watching.
Dissecting the day's major business news, including the 27% drop in Sears' shares on Tuesday, and how to play it, with Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer analyst. Also, buying Whirlpool on the dip, with the Fast Money traders.
Sears' decision to close up to 120 Kmart stores shows a retailer struggling to draw shoppers at a time of increasing competition, Credit Suisse retail analyst Gary Balter told CNBC.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
India’s new private sector is increasingly powering the economy, but it chafes at what many companies say are labor laws that blunt hiring and stifle growth, the New York Times reports.
Stocks could take a breather Friday as the massive Europe-driven rally puts the market on track for its best monthly gain in 37 years.
How should you game Whirlpool, which is about 15% higher over the past 5 days due to chatter that Warren Buffett may take a stake in the company?
Mike Khouw, Cantor Fitzgerald with the options play on rumors billionaire investor Warren Buffett is taking a stake in Whirlpool.
It’s not all about Greece and Europe – global slowdown worries are also clouding the situation for stocks.” – Remember that from yesterday morning? It’s clearly holding true again today.
Sitting at an eight-month low, the S&P Industrials sector has officially entered correction mode, falling 12.5 percent from its April 29 high.
The US has just entered a 500-day retail recession, a noted retail analyst believes, and before it’s over, the US will see weaker retail sales, more store closures and more retailers joining Borders in bankruptcy.
The stock market continues to be very sensitive to headlines on EU and U.S. debt talks this week. The Dow is up over 140 points as of this writing and is just shy of this month’s highs. The blue chip index is now just less than 100 points below its 3-year high set back at the end of April.
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There's nothing better for a value investor than a company making products people need every day—and whose stock is cheap. John Buckingham, chief portfolio manager for Al Frank Asset Management, sees that in Cooper Tire.