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With Wall Street abuzz about Apple’s new product launch, which included a new, high-end iPhone model, CNBC’s Jim Cramer wanted to clear the air for those wondering if they should trade or invest in the tech giant’s stock. “Investing and trading require two very different mindsets. When you invest, you’re going in for the long
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Getty Images Apple senior vice president of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue speaks during an Apple special event at the Steve Jobs Theatre on the Apple Park campus on September 12, 2017 in Cupertino, California. Shares of Dolby Laboratories popped on Wednesday after Apple revealed several new products featuring Dolby technology. New Apple products,
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Dow Chemical and DuPont’s long-awaited merger may have closed almost two weeks ago, but Cramer pointed out that there’s more to the story. “You have to remember, the current DowDuPont setup is only an intermediate stage before the combined company breaks itself up into three separate businesses,” he said. The company, currently the world’s largest
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CNBC’s Jim Cramer says that suitability, or the concept that certain stocks are right for some investors but wrong for others, can last investors a long time once they figure out what’s right for them. But after college, during which the “Mad Money” host does not recommend investing or putting away money at all, “things
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Howard Marks reassessed his thoughts on bitcoin after starkly warning his clients against the high-flying digital currency in July. The co-chairman of Oaktree Capital is famous for his prescient investment memos, which predicted the financial crisis and the dot-com bubble implosion. “There has been particularly spirited response to my comments on digital currencies,” Marks wrote
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If you’ve hated being forced to wait three days after selling a well-performing (or losing) investment to get your cash, you will likely get it a bit faster now. As of Tuesday, most broker-dealer securities transactions — i.e., stocks, corporate and municipal bonds, and exchange-traded funds — must settle within two business days instead of
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Finally, Cramer erred his grievances about Monday’s after-hours trading, when panicked sellers made some trades that truly astonished the “Mad Money” host. First, traders fled the stock of Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant that many have compared with Amazon. “I can’t believe I even need to spell this one out, but Alibaba’s a Chinese company,
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Then, Cramer spoke with Veeva Systems founder and CEO Peter Gassner, who spoke to the cloud company’s new QualityOne product. The cloud-based quality management program applies to new fields for Veeva that include cosmetics, chemicals, food and industrial manufacturing, Gassner said. “We have an offering for them now, and we’re just starting to get traction
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