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Jim Cramer uses a story about a real-life bear encounter to illustrate how investors should approach the stock market's bearish moves.
Billionaire manager David Tepper's firm had added 100,000 shares of Apple and 1.2 million shares of financial firm State Street by the end of September.
Here are Berkshire Hathaway's largest holdings by market value.
Berkshire's pivot away from IBM toward companies like Apple and Oracle would seem to be a changing of the guard for tech stocks.
The roughly $4 billion stake was reported in Berkshire's 13-F filing, which documents the company's holdings as of end of September.
The case for pessimism is beginning to build up just as quickly as the market has been sliding down.
Cannabis companies Tilray, Canopy Growth and Aurora Cannabis all took big stock hits after earnings losses outweighed revenue growth. While demand is high, marijuana growers are struggling to increase supply, and long-term investors should be wary.
Citron Research's Andrew left reiterated his bet against the Canadian cannabis industry, telling CNBC that he's short Canopy Growth and Cronos Group in addition to his already disclosed wager against Tilray.
Nevada is home to low taxes, casinos and affordable Medicare Advantage plans.
Small-cap stocks just entered the dreaded death cross, a technical development that traditionally suggests weakness ahead for an asset. And if history is any indication, that may signal trouble for the broader market.
Apple dipped into a bear market on Wednesday as shares added to a 20 percent decline from recent all-time highs.
Should you buy the dip? Some say that's no longer the viable strategy it once was. Wells Fargo's Pravit Chintawongvanich says investors can't assume buying every dip will pay off.
Many Americans are already unprepared for retirement. Now more older people are still paying down their student loans.
The "worst is over" for the crude oil market, which had lost over a quarter of its value since early October, renowned energy trader Mark Fisher says.
Jim Cramer has been critical of Fed chief Powell, agreeing with President Donald Trump, but for different reasons, that rate increases should be halted.
PG&E shares plunged after the company said that if its equipment is responsible for the "Camp Fire," the cost of the damage would exceed its insurance coverage and harm its financial health.