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Millennials are buying homes — ‘spending is just beginning’

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday said the wait is over as millennials are now buying homes in larger numbers, pointing to luxury homebuilder Toll Brothers‘ earnings report for signs of proof. “After a decade of cocooning, millennials want to buy homes that represent value, which is in keeping with the...
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including looming earnings, Dec. 15 tariffs, Boot Barn

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer looks at the week ahead in company earnings and stock market news, sits down with Boot Barn CEO Jim Conroy to get insight into its brick-and-mortar plans and says President Trump should authorize the Dec. 15 tariff hike. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including Americans not investing, Chipotle CEO

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer breaks down data behind the public’s lack of interesting in buying stocks. The “Mad Money” host sits down with CEOs of Chipotle, ServiceNow and Edwards Lifesciences for interviews. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including market rotation, Robinhood’s 10 million users

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“Mad Money’s” Jim Cramer breaks down how big funds are shuffling their portfolios and where individual investors can pick stock. He sits down with the CEO of Mattel toy company and the co-founders of stock-trading app Robinhood. Source link: Click here for more
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Reaching 10 million users is a ‘testament’ to our mission to democratize investing: Robinhood co-CEO

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“People are paying lower prices and that’s something that’s gone beyond Robinhood and is now available to tens of millions of consumers across the U.S.,” co-CEO Vladimir Tenev says. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including bearish feels, ‘Medicare for All,’ S&P forecast

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“Mad Money’s” Jim Cramer says stocks need to come down more before they’re safe to buy again, breaks down the latest developments in managed-care stocks and explains why Wall Street could be under pressure in coming months. Source link: Click here for more
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Cramer: Warren’s backtrack on ‘Medicare for All’ is a boon for this managed-care stock

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UnitedHealth’s stock has “caught fire” due in part to Sen. Elizabeth Warren appearing to “back away” from her “Medicare for All” proposal, according to Jim Cramer. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including market rally, Robinhood impact and Zappos CEO

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The “Mad Money” host explains why the stock market has kept rallying despite some concerns. He also discusses Robinhood’s impact on investing and talks tariff impact with the CEO of Zappos. Source link: Click here for more
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Cramer: The stock market will continue rallying despite trade war, impeachment and other concerns

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The “Mad Money” host explains that the stock market has remained strong because tariffs haven’t been as impactful as expected, sensible mergers have been announced and employment remains robust. Source link: Click here for more
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How 3D printing company Carbon is trying to shape the future of manufacturing

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“This has been an area that’s been around for 25, 30 years … We’ve cracked the code on how to do 3D printing 100 to 1,000 times faster,” Carbon’s Joseph DeSimone says. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including mergers, buy Uber, PVH CEO and sell Sonos

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains what the recent mergers tell us about the stock market. The “Mad Money” host also explains why now is the right time to buy shares of Uber. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including trade war progress, Clorox and SoFi CEOs

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer takes a look at a shortened week of Wall Street that’s full of earnings reports heading into the Thanksgiving holiday. He sits down with the CEOs of Clorox and fintech disruptor SoFi. Source link: Click here for more
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Cramer’s week ahead: A short week on Wall Street stuffed with earnings reports

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“Will the president slaughter a turkey this year, or slaughter the market? I bet he goes for the former,” “Mad Money’s” Jim Cramer says. Source link: Click here for more
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Airbnb COO Belinda Johnson to step down

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Airbnb is losing a key executive ahead of its expected public debut in 2020. Belinda Johnson announced that she is stepping down as COO Friday in an email to staff viewed by CNBC. She will remain in the role until March 1, 2020. In the email, Johnson said that she...
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including Schwab-TD Ameritrade talks, weed stocks

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer explains what triggered Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade brokerages to discuss a merger, tells investors it’s time to sell marijuana stocks and sits down with the CEOs of United Airlines and Advanced Micro Devices. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including retail earnings, Okta and Tableau Software CEOs

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer breaks down the strengths and weakness behind the earnings reports in Home Depot, Lowe’s, Kohl’s and Target. The “Mad Money” host sits down with the CEOs of Okta and Tableau to get insight into the impact of technology on businesses. Source link: Click here for more
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Retailers such as Kohl’s ‘in trouble’ without better digital presence or bargains, Cramer says

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“Wait for the next round of tariff hikes or nasty trade rhetoric … to knock down the whole group, and then buy the retail winners,” Jim Cramer says. Source link: Click here for more
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Everything Jim Cramer said on ‘Mad Money,’ including trade hits to tech stocks, Salesforce CEO interview

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CNBC’s Jim Cramer advises investors not to give up software-as-a-service plays, despite boiling trade tensions. The “Mad Money” host sits down for interviews with executives of Salesforce, Square and RH. Source link: Click here for more

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