Sports fanatics should consider buying these three stocks, Jim Cramer says

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday offered three stock picks for investors who dream of owning a professional sports team but can’t afford to pay up billions of dollars. “Owning the common stock won’t let you weigh in on the trades or attend the owners’ meetings, go through the draft — you’re very much along for … Read more

Cramer’s week ahead: Brace for negativity

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday advised investors to brace themselves against Wall Street’s negativity next week as concerns over a possible recession mount. “I do believe that our economy’s headed for a slowdown — that’s just what rate hikes do. But a slowdown doesn’t necessarily translate into a horrific, crash-landing recession. … There are many … Read more

Jim Cramer says one of these red-hot stocks is a maybe, the other is a miss

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Thursday broke down why Alto Ingredients is a risky buy while Gladstone Land is a complete miss. “You have my blessing to swing at Alto Ingredients for speculation, but Gladstone Land is coming in way too hot,” the “Mad Money” host said. Alto Ingredients stock fell 0.15% on Thursday to $6.82, … Read more

Cramer warns of trading after hours, points to big moves in Micron, RH

CNBC’s Jim Cramer reminded investors to always listen to a company’s conference call before trading on earnings and to avoid after-hours trades. “One mistake in after-hours trading will wipe you out much faster than a mistake during regular hours when everyone has the same information. There are more bids and offers, and the playing field … Read more

Own secular stocks, approach cyclical names with skepticism

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday advised investors to own secular growth stocks rather than cyclical stocks and to be vigilant in spotting the difference. “The market is still eager for what is known as secular growth,” which doesn’t rely on economic cycles and likely wouldn’t be hurt by the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, the … Read more

FedEx CEO says the company will make ‘an enormous effort’ toward AV trucks in June

FedEx chief executive Fred Smith told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Tuesday that the company will make big strides in its autonomous vehicle efforts this summer. “You’ll see in late June an enormous effort towards autonomous trucks that move over the highway. Not in the city, where we think our drivers are better for the pickup … Read more

Jim Cramer cautions investors against false optimism after latest Russia-Ukraine peace talks

Investors should be careful not to make market decisions based on Russia–Ukraine peace talks, but should also refrain from being too pessimistic, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Tuesday. “I want to be optimistic about the negotiations,” but Russia’s previous pledges of peace that it didn’t follow through with make that difficult, the “Mad Money” host said. … Read more

Jim Cramer says investors should use these rules to build a turbulence-proof portfolio

Investors should follow a certain set of rules when building their portfolios to weather the market volatility that Monday’s rally suggests could happen, Jim Cramer said. “When you see new, unseasoned merchandise exploding higher, along with names like Tesla surging on … a stock split, it tells you there might be a little too much … Read more

Constellation Energy is a safe buy among nuclear energy stocks, Jim Cramer says

Constellation Energy is a safety pick among nuclear energy stocks whose time to shine on Wall Street has finally come, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday. “When the [Federal Reserve’s] tightening aggressively, hedge funds love to hide in defensive stocks like the utilities. Constellation Energy, it’s the perfect mantra: It’s a real company with a real … Read more

Tight March labor report could lead Fed to a 50-basis point rate hike

CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Friday warned that a 50-basis point rate hike could be coming if the March labor report set to be released next Friday reveals a tighter-than-ever job market. “I fear that it will show the tightest labor market in 50 years. … If Fed Chief Jay Powell doesn’t catch a break when … Read more