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CNBC's Jim Cramer shared his assessment of Delta Air Lines stock, which reported a revenue miss on Thursday. He said investors should understand that there is a difference between Delta as a stock and Delta as a company. Delta the airline stock is only as good as the weakest competitors, because they're leading a race to the bottom, and that's killing it." Management reported robust summer travel demand, with CEO Ed Bastian saying on the earnings call that TSA travel volumes were up 7% from the year-earlier period. "If you're going to buy a stock, any stock, first see how it's done over time.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, we've, they're, Ed Bastian, Bastian, Cramer, Thursday's, bode Organizations: Delta Air Lines, LSEG, Management, TSA, Delta Locations: Delta, U.S, Atlanta
Jim Cramer explains how to trade Thursday's tech sell-off
  + stars: | 2024-07-11 | by ( Julie Coleman | )   time to read: +1 min
After buyers fled from Big Tech on Thursday, CNBC's Jim Cramer advised investors to take advantage of the rotation but beware that it may not last long. It's historically broadened things out, and tomorrow you'll get another chance to make money with today's winners," he said. "But if interest rates stop going down, and stop going down hard, then please do not overstay your welcome." The move was propelled by a low consumer price index reading, fueling Wall Street's hopes that the Federal Reserve will cut interest rates. Housing and industrial stocks such as Home Depot and Caterpillar saw a boost as they stand to benefit from lower rates.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, you'll, Cramer Organizations: Big Tech, Nvidia, Meta, Federal Reserve, Depot, Caterpillar
A handful of states, including Texas and Nevada, have set up dedicated systems designed to restore tenants to their homes after an illegal lockout. She and her family still don't have a new apartment, she said, and the eviction cases on her record don't help. BI reviewed two years' worth of lockout cases from the department and found city lawyers routinely dismissed tickets, often without documenting why. Bridget Bennett for Business InsiderThat afternoon, Brown had three cases on his docket in which tenants were alleging they'd been illegally locked out and dozens of cases in which landlords were seeking formal evictions. In 2022, Miami-Dade County passed a tenant's bill of rights that underlines the illegality of lockouts and limits a landlord's ability to harass tenants.
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Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Dover's year-to-date stock performance. Dover : "This is a terrific industrial company that really is making a great move in the data center...Dover is going to be a big name for me." Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Sasol's year-to-date stock performance. Sasol: "No, if you're going to do that you want to buy Dow, no longer Dow Chemicals, Dow Inc."Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Cava's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon New Fortress Energy's year-to-date stock performance.
Persons: Biden Organizations: Dover, Dow, Dow Chemicals, Dow Inc, New Fortress Energy Locations: Dover
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday gave his take on Hims & Hers Health , a digital platform that offers telehealth services, particularly for sexual health, mental health, weight loss and skin care. Cramer suggested it might be worth starting a position in the stock now that it's pulled back some from recent highs. "While it makes sense that the stock roared on this compounded GLP-1 news, I don't love that it's now trading on what's essentially a temporary business," he said. Those great first quarter numbers didn't have any benefit from knock-off GLP-1s, and I bet the business stays strong." Hims & Hers Health did not respond immediately to request for comment.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, it's, I'd, , Eli Lilly, dalliance Organizations: Wednesday, HIMS, Novo Nordisk
I used to make do with deli sandwiches and brought-from-home snacks, but now I have a secret weapon for quick but satisfying road trip lunches: my Coleman camp stove. Now I’m a seasoned outdoor cook and have invested in a full mini kitchen setup for my camping excursions. Casey BarberKeep meals simple with pre-prepped ingredientsSimplicity is the key to easy camp stove lunches. I’ve also been known to bring some cheese powder from my pantry to make a macaroni and cheese meal as well. Mix and match these ingredients and find the fun in cooking outdoors on your camp stove for your next road trip.
Persons: you’re, Coleman, Ulysses S, skillet, Casey Barber, I’ve Organizations: CNN, National Locations: , Missouri, Baxter Springs , Kansas, Castile
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday reviewed eight stocks that could join the coveted "trillion-dollar stock club," pinpointing pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly and electric vehicle maker Tesla as top contenders. Currently, tech giants Apple , Microsoft , Nvidia , Alphabet , Amazon and Meta are the only companies on the market to surpass $1 trillion in market cap. "To me, it's going to be Lilly up next," Cramer said. "But the sheer popularity of Tesla might allow Musk to sneak back into the top rung, turning the Super Six back once again into the Magnificent Seven."
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Eli Lilly, Tesla, Lilly, Cramer, Musk Organizations: Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia
Chinese companies are leading the way in the experimentation of generative AI, but they're still behind the U.S. when it comes to full implementation, according to a new survey. The survey respondents were decision-makers in GenAI strategy or data analytics in 1,600 organizations worldwide in key sectors, including banking, insurance, retail, and health care. Adoption referred to both experimentation and full implementation in the survey. Chinese organizations are leading in the adoption of generative AI, with 83% of them either running initial tests or having fully implemented the technology. That's much higher than the United Kingdom at 70%, followed by the United States at 65% and Australia at 63%.
Persons: they're, Coleman Parkes — Organizations: SAS Institute Locations: U.S, China, United Kingdom, United States, Australia
It took us a lot of time and patience to turn our kids into campers. Related storiesWe started by taking the kids camping locally. AdvertisementChoose the right type of campgrounds for your familyThrough the years, we have used a mix of camping experiences, primarily staying at commercial campgrounds. Focus on nature and each otherThe key to making kids campers is to let them be a part of the journey and have interesting things for them to look forward to. Yes, making kids campers is tough initially, but it gets better with age — the kids' ages, not the parents'.
Persons: , we've, Coleman Organizations: Service, Business, California Redwoods Locations: Rocky
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Monday said the charts suggest that the Dow Jones Industrial Average will see gains later this summer because the index usually rallies in August during election years, no matter which candidate is leading in the polls. "The charts, as interpreted by Larry Williams, suggest that the Dow almost always rallies in August — what a takeaway — of any given election year ... regardless of who's ahead," he said, noting that August is usually a poor month for the market. "That's exactly the kind of pattern that you can make some money with." He also stressed that both candidates have different convictions when it comes to economic policy, and those differences will affect significant parts of the market. To explain Williams' analysis, Cramer examined a chart of the Dow's performance this year with its average performance during every election year since 1968.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Monday, Larry Williams, Dow, Cramer, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Williams Organizations: Dow Jones Locations:
Cramer's Lightning Round: KKR is 'the foremost'
  + stars: | 2024-07-08 | by ( Julie Coleman | )   time to read: +1 min
Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon KKR's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Ferguson's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Petroleo Brasileiro's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Alliance Resource Partners' year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Alibaba's year-to-date stock performance.
Persons: Ferguson, Petroleo, It's, I've, I'm Organizations: KKR, Petroleo, Partners, Resource Partners
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Monday suggested that it is not just Big Tech that has the capacity to lead the market. Cramer highlighted Eli Lilly , a pharmaceutical giant whose stock hit a new high during Monday's session and is currently valued at about $870 billion. "These companies maintain their status through invention," Cramer said of huge names such as Amazon , Meta , Apple , Microsoft , Alphabet and Nvidia . The question is why other companies aren't doing the same things that Eli Lilly's doing to get in the winner's circle." Eli Lilly did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, Eli Lilly, Eli Lilly's, Eli Lilly's Alzheimer's, Organizations: Big Tech, U.S . Food, Drug Administration, Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia Locations: U.S
Just 20 feet away, a man wearing a mask brandished a gun in the crowded dining room and with a henchman grabbed two phones and a watch from three men at a table near the front door. Diners dashed into the kitchen. Chairs toppled. The perpetrators quick-walked out and fled on a moped, leaving behind a half-empty dining room where a handful of unfired bullets had fallen to the floor. The stickup took less than 40 seconds.
Persons: Gabe Thomas, Shirley Yu Locations: Williamsburg , Brooklyn
In the wake of a contentious debate between President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump on Thursday night, CNBC's Jim Cramer described how the vibe of the market could change if Trump returned to the White House. Cramer noted that Trump is broadly amiable to gas and oil, pointing to companies like New Fortress Energy and Cheniere . Cramer said as long as he's known Trump, the GOP candidate has had a keen interest in the market. "He loved bantering about the stock market, appeared on this show many times, because even though he was in real estate, he enjoyed stocks," Cramer said. Former President Trump's campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Persons: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, CNBC's Jim Cramer, Trump, Cramer, bode, Trump's Organizations: Kroger, Albertsons, Capri, New Fortress Energy, Republican, Nike, Starbucks, GOP Locations: China
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Friday analyzed stocks that helped the S&P 500 reach significant gains this year, highlighting the top ten performers of 2024's second quarter. Many are involved with energy and data centers. "It's incredible, but if you were in alternative energy or the data center you did insanely well this quarter," he said. "It's a reminder that if you waited until this market broadened out… let's just say you missed the biggest winners that propelled the quarter."
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, let's
Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Powell Industries' year-to-date stock performance. Powell Industries : "Another company that does processes and packaging for electricity and distribution...All these companies are on fire, electrical companies, and this is a good one." Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon DoubleVerify's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Ares Capital Corporation's year-to-date stock performance. Ares Capital Corporation : "This is a really interesting situation...I have no idea what loans they have...what's inside that company, so I cannot recommend it, even though it has a good yield.
Persons: Capital Organizations: Powell Industries, Ares Capital Corporation
Cramer's Lightning Round: 'Hold on to' Marvell Technology
  + stars: | 2024-06-27 | by ( Julie Coleman | )   time to read: +1 min
Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Palantir's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon GameStop's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Recursion Pharmaceuticals' year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon IonQ's year-to-date stock performance. Stock Chart Icon Stock chart icon Marvell Technology's year-to-date stock performance.
Persons: Marvell Organizations: GameStop, Marvell Technology
In a Thursday interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer, AeroVironment CEO Wahid Nawabi described how the defense contractor's drones are used in battle, saying the technology will be a significant part of modern warfare. "The fundamental shift in warfare is that distributed intelligent robotic systems, loitering munitions, small drones — that's what we specialize in — is going to be a much bigger piece of the warfare in the future," he said. Nawabi discussed weapons including the Switchblade 600 — a kamikaze-type drone — and the Puma AE, which is primarily used for surveillance. The former is unique because it is able to "loiter" for 40 minutes to find a target, he said. According to Nawabi, the U.S. Army plans to buy more than a thousand Switchblade 600s as part of the Pentagon's latest initiative.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Wahid Nawabi, Nawabi Organizations: Puma, U.S . Army
After Walgreens reported a disappointing quarter on Thursday, CNBC's Jim Cramer told investors why he thinks Amazon is making it hard for the drugstore giant to succeed. "The stock market can be a brutal, brutal, brutal task master. Cramer said Walgreens is more expensive than Amazon and less convenient, adding that there are not enough employees at its stores. He conceded that Walgreens' back-of-store pharmacy business may currently have a slight edge on Amazon. "But they do set out to get the best products with the best values at the most convenient places — the most convenient places meaning your home."
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Tim Wentworth, Walgreens, Cramer Organizations: Walgreens, Amazon
Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Keon Coleman recently inked a four-year, nearly $10 million contract — but he's still a savvy shopper. At an April press conference, the second round draft pick revealed that he didn't buy his coat at a designer retailer, but instead on sale at Macy's. Coleman paid $79.89 for his yellow Guess puffer coat, a purchase he said was "a nice little deal." "I shop like my mom, I get my coats in the summertime," Coleman said during the press conference. "I bought this jacket for my son because of Keon Coleman," reads one review from May.
Persons: Keon Coleman, didn't, Coleman, You've, Coleman isn't Organizations: Buffalo Bills, Nike, Sports
Cassava Sciences : "If they can have something big, that stock triples. If they don't, I think it drifts down. I like that risk/reward, but understand it's speculative."
Spencer Milligan, ‘Land of the Lost’ star, dead at 86
  + stars: | 2024-06-26 | by ( Jack Guy | )   time to read: +1 min
CNN —Actor Spencer Milligan, best known for playing Rick Marshall in 1970s kids’ TV show “Land of the Lost,” has died at age 86. Milligan was born September 10, 1937, in Oak Park, Illinois, and died on April 18, according an obituary posted on the website of a funeral home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, where he lived. It was during this period that he played his most famous role, appearing in 30 episodes of “Land of the Lost” from 1974 to 1975. Wesley Eure as Will Marshall (left), Kathy Coleman as Holly Marshall (second-left), Philip Paley as Cha-Ka (second-right) and Spencer Milligan as Rick Marshall in "Land of the Lost." Milligan’s “Land of the Lost” co-stars Eure and Coleman paid tribute to their friend in a video posted on Facebook.
Persons: Spencer Milligan, Rick Marshall, , Milligan, Wesley Eure, Will Marshall, Kathy Coleman, Holly Marshall, Philip Paley, Cha, Ron Tom, Dukes, Hazzard ”, Kerry, Eure, Coleman, Organizations: CNN, , Bank, Getty, “ Police, Facebook Locations: Oak Park , Illinois, Sturgeon Bay , Wisconsin, Illinois, California, Lake Michigan, , Eure
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday said most consumers are not necessarily hurting for cash, but are sick of high prices and on the hunt for bargains. "Let's suspend the notion that the consumer's totally strapped for cash, that's wrong," he said. To Cramer, consumers are flocking to bargain outfits like Walmart and Costco , and he pointed out that the latter's low-cost signature brands are especially appealing. He named TJX , Ollie's , Ross Stores and Burlington Stores , all up year-to-date at 17.83%, 29.54%, 7.48% and 23.05% respectively. "We know apparel inflation has been sticky in the consumer price index, but these four off-price chains are cutting the price of apparel aggressively," he said.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Let's, Cramer, TJX Organizations: Walmart, Costco, CVS, Walgreens, Ross Stores, Burlington Stores Locations: Ollie's
In a Wednesday interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer, Levi Strauss CEO Michelle Gass said the popularity of "top-to-bottom" denim outfits is growing. "Our new focus is, yes, continuing to own jeans, but taking that denim top to bottom," she said. Besides the "head-to-toe denim lifestyle," Gass added other trends like baggier and looser items are on the rise. She said that much of this quarter's success came from the direct-to-consumer business and the women's category. "We see our consumers as being really resilient, and we're excited about the [denim] category," she said.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Levi Strauss, Michelle Gass, Gass, there's Locations: U.S
Hartford Financial Services Group : "I tend to not like the insurers, just because there are so many different variables. I do like Chubb. But this fellow, Chris Swift, who's come in and fixed Hartford, he deserves the premium that the stock is getting, and it can go even higher."
Persons: Chubb, Chris Swift, who's Organizations: Hartford Financial Services Locations: Hartford
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