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After shares of Thor Industries surged over 13 percent on Tuesday off a strong earnings report, President and CEO Bob Martin broke down the recreational vehicle maker’s forward drivers for CNBC. “It’s the change of lifestyle, it’s a younger demographic, it’s an industry that’s really reaching this younger buyer,” Martin told “Mad Money” host Jim
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer harbors a grudge for Wall Street professionals who tell people they can’t invest on their own. “I watched people clobber the market regularly and I have always, therefore, resented those who tell you that you can’t do it yourself,” the “Mad Money” host said. When Cramer worked at Goldman Sachs advising wealthy
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On the supply side, traders are getting nervous about Saudi Arabia, “the world’s most important marginal supplier of oil,” as the kingdom embarks on “radical changes” to domestic and foreign policy, says O’Neill. Investors are now pricing geopolitical risk into the cost of oil. Saudi authorities have rounded up princes, ministers, military officials and other
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Andrew Burton | Getty Images News | Getty Images A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during the afternoon of May 7, 2014 Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell: Qualcomm – Broadcom is considering raising its offer to buy its rival chipmaker, according to a Reuters
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Energy stocks are about to play catch-up to the rest of the market, one strategist says. Larry McDonald, founder of the Bear Traps Report investment newsletter, has been watching closely the apparent disconnect between strong global growth and lagging oil stocks. After all, domestic and international stock markets are near all-time highs, he pointed out.
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Marvell Technology Group President and CEO Matt Murphy told CNBC that he wasn’t expecting the market to react so positively to Marvell’s $6 billion deal to buy fellow chipmaker Cavium. “We’re actually pleasantly surprised,” Murphy told “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer on Tuesday. “The reaction we’ve gotten over the last few days as I’ve met
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Investors who want a lucrative investment but can’t sink their money into a $450 million Leonardo da Vinci painting should consider the stock of Intuitive Surgical, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said on Monday. “I think it’s safe to say that this is the da Vinci of stocks, and not just because they stole the guy’s name,”
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Investors are too optimistic and taking on too much risk in this low volatile environment, setting the stock market up for a potential downfall, according to strategists at investment bank Societe Generale. “In a goldilocks scenario of low interest rates, abundant liquidity, stable growth and a focus on the ‘good’ Trump, investors continue to push
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As Amazon encroaches on nearly all aspects of retail, CNBC’s Jim Cramer found himself asking a key question: “To be Amazon’ed or not to be Amazon’ed?” “It’s almost eerie that one company could play such a huge role in both the economy and, yes, for Cramerica, the stock market,” the “Mad Money” host said. “As
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