List/Grid Monthly Archives: January 2018

Buy Splunk For Cloud Play – Cramer's Lightning Round (1/22/18)

Buy Splunk For Cloud Play – Cramer's Lightning Round (1/22/18)

Lam Research is a good pick in the semiconductor group. Cramer prefers American Electric Power and Dominion over Southern Company. Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer’s… Read more »

You Blink, You Miss – Cramer's Mad Money (1/22/18)

You Blink, You Miss – Cramer's Mad Money (1/22/18)

Banks stocks are winning. Retail is not dead yet. Tellurian will be the lowest cost supplier of natural gas. Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money… Read more »

Key Words: Stock markets don’t need a ‘trigger’ to correct, says Robert Shiller

Key Words: Stock markets don’t need a ‘trigger’ to correct, says Robert Shiller

A pullback for this Teflon stock market could come like a thief in the night. That’s the view of Nobel Prize-winning Yale University economics professor, Robert Shiller, who was interviewed… Read more »

Metals Stocks: Gold gets a lift from dollar weakness, stock shakiness

Metals Stocks: Gold gets a lift from dollar weakness, stock shakiness

Gold futures pushed higher Tuesday, finding traction against a dollar that hovered near three-year lows and early volatile swings for stock futures trading. February gold GCG8, +0.29%  gained $5.20, or… Read more »

Need to Know: Here’s what the Netflix haters don’t get about the soaring stock

Need to Know: Here’s what the Netflix haters don’t get about the soaring stock

With the government shutdown over, investors today are homing in on earnings — and maybe how the Davos crowd is solving the world’s problems. On the earnings front, Netflix NFLX,… Read more »

Teenagers are eating Tide Pods, but should their parents be using them?

Teenagers are eating Tide Pods, but should their parents be using them?

Teenagers have apparently been eating Tide pods as part of a weird (and unhealthy) internet joke — but health experts aren’t the only people who are not major fans of… Read more »

Currencies: Dollar rebounds slightly as 3-day government shutdown comes to a halt

Currencies: Dollar rebounds slightly as 3-day government shutdown comes to a halt

The dollar moved slightly higher on Tuesday, taking a breather from its recent selloff as traders welcomed the end to the U.S. government shutdown. Meanwhile, the yen rose against all… Read more »

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin firmer but struggles to take $11,000 as South Korea announces cryptocurrency crackdown

CryptoWatch: Bitcoin firmer but struggles to take $11,000 as South Korea announces cryptocurrency crackdown

Bitcoin prices struggled to reclaim $11,000 Tuesday, coming under pressure as officials in South Korea announced new measures to regulate trading in cryptocurrencies. On the heels of a rough session… Read more »

BookWatch: 6 book recommendations that will make you smarter about artificial intelligence

BookWatch: 6 book recommendations that will make you smarter about artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence is not only poised to disrupt industries and workplaces, but also the way that we as humans interact. As our AI journey continues, we will increasingly see the… Read more »

Market Snapshot: Dow futures rally as investors move past shutdown to focus on earnings

Market Snapshot: Dow futures rally as investors move past shutdown to focus on earnings

The Dow and S&P 500 were poised to open at fresh records on Tuesday, with investors cheered by an end to a U.S. government shutdown and signs that earnings season… Read more »

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