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Macy’s And Micron Ignite A Rally – Cramer’s Mad Money (5/16/18)

Stocks discussed on the in-depth session of Jim Cramer’s Mad Money TV Program, Wednesday, May 16.

Can just two stocks ignite a rally? They can. Case in point – Macy’s (NYSE:M) and Micron Technology (NASDAQ:MU) on Wednesday. The market had been engulfed with macro news and tensions of rising oil prices, rising interest rates, US-China relations, North Korea. “In this situation, we can actually care about individual companies and what they have to tell us, provided that these companies are important enough to their sectors that they can give us tremendous pin action,”....More>>>

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Can The “Tech Summit” Cause A Short Squeeze In TSLA Stock?

Tesla (NSDQ:TSLA) stock has declined by 20% YTD, massively underperforming the market. But while investors are reluctant to invest in the stock, Tesla has been one of the favorite stocks of short traders for some time now. In the latest fortnight, the short interest in TSLA stock jumped by 13% to35.68 million, a massive 32% of the float, with days to cover increasing from 6 days to 8 days. Since August, short interest has jumped by almost 35%. With days to cover rising to 8 days, a strong positive news may lead to....More>>>

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“The brand of full-service investment advice the industry has historically delivered is under attack,” states a white paper, “Digital Disruption: Is the Financial Advisor’s Value Under Siege?” released by Wells Fargo Clearing Services’ First Clearing last fall.

Alarming, perhaps; but the situation presents a chance to show high-net-worth clients how much they need....More>>>

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Sunday marked the debut on PBS of Ken Burns and Lynn Novicks The Vietnam War, kicking off what promises to be an exhaustive and illuminating 10-part examination of a conflict that still casts a shadow over the American psyche more than four decades after U.S. forces exited the conflict.

Vietnam faced economic chaos following the fall of Saigon in 1975 and the unification of the country under a Communist government. In 1986, the government instituted a number of far-reaching reforms after a severe economic crisis. In the 1990s, the country began increasing economic relations throughout....More>>>

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It looks all but certain that the Federal Reserve will raise short-term interest rates when it concludes its two-day meeting on March 15. Bank stocks are traditional beneficiaries of higher interest rates, but they have already rallied sharply since the presidential election in November because investors are giddy about potential corporate tax cuts and financial deregulation. If the central bank does indeed hike short-term rates at its next meeting, are there any bank stocks with more upside to come?

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