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General Electric’s troubles have been followed by many, but two Wall Street analysts have correctly called the industrial’s prolonged downfall every step of the way, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday. Stephen Tusa, an analyst at J.P. Morgan, and John Inch, a Gordon Haskett analysts formerly of Deutche Bank, “have been negative on GE for ages
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In an uncertain investing environment, CNBC’s Jim Cramer likes to highlight “the best of the best” of the “slowdown plays,” or stocks that do well in a weaker economy. So, on Tuesday, the “Mad Money” host profiled the turnaround at Bausch Health Companies, the drugmaker formerly known as Valeant Pharmaceuticals. Under the leadership of Chairman
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Dropbox Inc.: “We talked to [CEO] Drew Houston when we were out at Dreamforce. He told a great story and then we got this incredible tech sell-off. Then he reported and the numbers were great. Buy, buy, buy!” Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile: “We’re going to stay away from that. Known stories mean no
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Apple and other big tech names need to recover for the overall stock market to rebound, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Monday. “FAANG cannot keep rolling over,” Cramer said on “Fast Money: Halftime Report.” (FAANG, a term coined by Cramer, stands for Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google-parent Alphabet.) The tech-heavy Nasdaq led Wall Street lower,
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Larry Glazer believes a bullish scenario is unfolding on Wall Street, just in time for the holidays. The $3 billion money manager points to impending Washington gridlock as a major factor in his optimism. The polarized result of the midterm election, which saw the House swing to Democratic control but preserved the GOP’s hold on
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Square Inc.: “I’ve going to give you the two Squares. There’s the Square from the point of view of the businessperson, and they are spending a lot of money to be able to win in the arms race. And then there’s the Square from the point of view of the stock, and people say they’re
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Walmart: Cramer awaited another great quarter from Walmart, which he said could be bolstered by online sales. He’ll be listening for two things on the company’s post-earnings conference call: tariff talk, as China is a major source of Walmart’s merchandise, and comments on the state of the U.S. economy. Applied Materials: Semiconductor equipment maker Applied
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The rise of exchange-traded funds has made entire groups of stocks “nothing but chits in a bizarre game of stock market roulette,” CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Thursday. “The FANG stocks — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google, now Alphabet — are in 10 different ETFs, so on any given day, their movements tend to be driven
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Cisco Systems Inc.: “The CSCO kind should be bought right here. I’m telling club members of ActionAlertsPlus.com, ahead of next week’s big call, [to] buy, buy, buy! [CEO] Chuck Robbins is good.” Albemarle Corp.: “It had good numbers. It’s straight up. I still like it here. The numbers were terrific. Some people didn’t like the
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During volatile trading days with conflicting signals, investors need “some sort of totem that can help point us in the right direction,” said CNBC’s Jim Cramer. The “Mad Money” host suggests that investors look out for large insider buying. While insiders sell for all kinds of reasons, they only buy for one reason: “to make
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