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FL YTD mountain Foot Locker (FL) performance year-to-date Foot Locker (FL) climbed 28.3% during November, making it the Club's No. Foot Locker stock, down more than 26% year-to-date, closed 1.4% lower Thursday, at just under $27.28 apiece. CRM YTD mountain Salesforce (CRM) performance year-to-date Salesforce (CRM) shares jumped 25.4% in November, coming in second place for monthly gains. NVDA YTD mountain Nvidia (NVDA) performance year-to-date Nvidia (NVDA) — an "own it, don't trade it" name — was the portfolio's fifth-best performer in November. WFC YTD mountain Wells Fargo (WFC) performance year-to-date Shares of Wells Fargo (WFC) jumped 12.07% in November, as the broader market rally lifted financials.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer on Thursday named Palo Alto Networks (PANW) his top cybersecurity stock pick after the company became the first in its group to reach a $100 billion market cap. If you like this story, sign up for Jim Cramer's Top 10 Morning Thoughts on the Market email newsletter for free. "The winner and new champion of cybersecurity may actually be Palo Alto," Cramer said during "Squawk on the Street," citing the milestone that was a goal of management.
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That's the conclusion of a new Morgan Stanley research report, which makes us feel really good about where we stand on both Club stocks. Each quarter, Morgan Stanley looks at under-owned stocks and over-owned stocks — basically which ones are overlooked and ready for a hot streak and which ones are crowded and ready to cool off. However, Morgan Stanley said Meta kept its most over-owned crown — and coincidently, its shares closed lower. To be sure, Morgan Stanley maintained an overweight rating on Apple shares. META YTD mountain Meta Platforms (META) year-to-date performance Conversely, Morgan Stanley said Meta's average active institutional ownership increased by 18 basis points quarter-over-quarter.
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AAPL YTD mountain Apple (AAPL) performance year-to-date Foxconn's China-based factories have been crucial for the production of iPhones and other Apple products likes MacBooks. Those issues, along with heightened U.S.-China tensions, prompted Apple — and suppliers like Foxconn — to expand into India. CEO Tim Cook has previously told CNBC that India presents a "huge opportunity" for Apple in terms of iPhone sales and manufacturing. And over the summer, Apple announced it had started production on the next-generation iPhone 15 in India. While China's economy remains under pressure post-pandemic, the Indian market offers significant growth opportunities for a company like Apple.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer echoed a Wall Street analyst's call that Nvidia (NVDA) shares have more room to run, despite more than tripling in price this year. Nvidia was up Monday after analysts at Melius Research said the stock was "quite cheap" compared to other semiconductor peers. The analysts said Nvidia's software is not "fully appreciated" yet by investors. If you like this story, sign up for Jim Cramer's Top 10 Morning Thoughts on the Market email newsletter for free. Nvidia stock, one of the 35 holdings in Cramer's Charitable Trust, closed at a record high on Nov. 20 — just above $504 per share.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Jim Cramer's, Cramer, Melius Organizations: Nvidia, Melius Research
Apple (AAPL), Amazon (AMZN) and Nvidia (NVDA) made news heading into the end of this holiday shortened trading week. AAPL YTD mountain Apple (AAPL) year-to-date performance The news: Apple smartphone sales in China reportedly lagged those of Hauwei and Xiaomi during the country's recent Singles Day shopping event. Yes, there is smartphone competition to the iPhone in China, but Apple remains an aspirational brand there (and everywhere) because of its pricing, product quality and closed ecosystem. Nvidia garners around 20% of its revenue from China, and continues to face competition from Chinese companies like Huawei. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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Deep discounts are driving a strong start to holiday online spending, according to new data from Adobe Analytics. While measuring online holiday spending, the report's emphasis on bargain-driven sales signals that shoppers at brick-and-mortar locations would feel the same way. So far in November Online sales for apparel were up 22% this month compared to daily average sales in October, according to Adobe data. On Black Friday, the big shopping day after Thanksgiving, online spending alone is seen rising 5.7% to $9.6 billion. People carry shopping bags as they visit a department store during the holiday season in New York City.
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Jim Cramer said Tuesday he wants more clarity around why Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is aggressively selling shares. "I don't think anyone wants to be on the other side of Jeff Bezos selling," he added. The tech mogul on Tuesday could offload as many as 8 million to 10 million Amazon shares worth over $1 billion, according to CNBC's David Faber . While those are big numbers, more than 53 million shares of Amazon have traded hands as of late Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday's decline in Amazon shares follows an impressive rally of nearly 15% in the past month following better-than-expected third-quarter results in late October.
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Microsoft's (MSFT) bold move to hire ousted OpenAI CEO Sam Altman after days of chaos will help the software and cloud giant widen its lead in artificial intelligence. Greg Brockman, another OpenAI co-founder as well as its president and chairman, also departed and joined Altman to lead a new AI effort at Microsoft. OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, is a key AI partner of Microsoft, which has invested billions of dollars in the startup. "A lot of people could be poached" from OpenAI, Jim speculated. Reception for Copilot, a generative AI tool for Microsoft 365 productivity apps, has also been very positive as well.
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During Microsoft's Ignite conference in Seattle this week, the software giant announced its foray into the AI processor market with two new chips , a deepening partnership with leading AI chipmaker Nvidia (NVDA), additional features for AI assistant 365 Copilot and more. Shares have since notched all-time highs , boosted by startup OpenAI — whose technology powers several of Microsoft's AI offerings — announcing its most powerful tool to date at the start of November. Here are the Club's top-three takeaways from Microsoft's Ignite conference, along with what Wall Street's saying about the event . The chief executive said generative AI could one day be " bigger than the internet, by far ," while announcing joint AI projects with Microsoft. Microsoft stock has been the best."
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Since the Investing Club's October Monthly Meeting, the stock market has been moving higher on largely positive quarterly earnings and optimism around cooler inflation trends. Here are our five top-performing names from the Club's 34-stock portfolio since our last Monthly Meeting. 2, jumping 11.4% since our last Monthly Meeting on stellar quarterly earnings , along with a slew of announcements around its artificial intelligence efforts. AVGO YTD mountain Broadcom (AVGO) year-to-date performance Broadcom 's (AVGO) 11.3% increase since the last Monthly Meeting put the stock at No. AMZN YTD mountain Amazon (AMZN) year-to-date performance Amazon (AMZN) was our fourth-best performer, climbing 10.6% since the last Monthly Meeting.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Brendan Mcdermid Organizations: Reserve, Microsoft, Big Tech, Broadcom, Nvidia, Disney, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange Locations: New York City, U.S
Starting in-person Tuesday in Seattle and livestreamed from Wednesday, Microsoft's "Ignite" event consists of three days of product announcements and various keynotes from technology executives. At the Club, we'll be looking for initial evidence of a return on investment (ROI) for Microsoft's AI products — particularly the company's recently launched AI assistant, 365 Copilot . MSFT YTD mountain Microsoft (MSFT) year-to-date performance Piper Sandler reiterated the Club's take that evidence of early adoption around Copilot, along with ROI, could be bullish for Microsoft. Bottom line Microsoft stock, up more than 54% year-to-date, has surged in 2023 on the generative AI boom. If the Ignite conference provides further evidence that Microsoft's large bet on AI is paying off, it would likely be positive for the stock.
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PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance Morgan Stanley named Palo Alto (PANW) its "top pick" ahead of the cybersecurity name's first-quarter earnings release on Wednesday. "Our latest checks largely support a positive view, with partners citing durable demand as customers consolidate on the broader [Palo Alto] platform." Meanwhile, analysts at Cantor Fitzgerald raised their price target for Palo Alto to $280 from $250, a 9.8% upside from the stock's Monday trading level of $255. PG YTD mountain Procter & Gamble (PG) year-to-date performance Jefferies initiated coverage of Procter & Gamble (PG) with a buy rating on shares, citing the company's solid fundamentals and durable earnings stream. Moreover, Procter & Gamble sells the kinds of staples consumers will buy even when budgets are stretched as their are few alternatives.
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"Right now, some of our favorite secular themes are the mega trends benefitting from a wave of federal spending — and the energy transition is one of those themes," he explained. CAT YTD mountain Caterpillar (CAT) year-to-date performance Elsewhere, Caterpillar has said the "energy transition and growing global energy demand are increasing [it's] total addressable market and furthering opportunities for long-term profitable growth." In terms of the energy transition, the company's aerospace business could see a boost from its development of sustainable aviation fuels. CEO Vimal Kapur last month said the industrials giant is "beginning to feel the urgency behind [the] energy transition." "Honeywell is in a unique position to both help the world meet today's growing energy needs, while also enabling the energy transition," Kapur said.
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Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang speaks at the Supermicro keynote presentation during the Computex conference in Taipei on June 1, 2023. CNBC's Jim Cramer says Nvidia (NVDA) could get a boost from its newest high-end chip, adding that it will further propel shares amid the generative artificial intelligence boom. If you like this story, sign up for Jim Cramer's Top 10 Morning Thoughts on the Market email newsletter for free. Nvidia unveiled the H200 on Monday, the company's latest graphics processing unit for training AI models. "It's very, very important to know that this is the one that everyone's been waiting for," Jim said during Squawk on the Street, adding that the product works faster as well.
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Microsoft (MSFT) stock notched all-time highs this week, and we expect shares will soar even higher through the end of the year on the back of artificial intelligence. Microsoft stock has been on its longest winning streak in four years, recording nine-consecutive sessions of gains as of Wednesday. MSFT YTD mountain Microsoft (MSFT) year-to-date performance Microsoft at the start of November started officially selling 365 Copilot , an AI add-on for the company's suite of Office applications used by businesses. The Club maintains a $400-per-share price target on Microsoft stock and a 1 rating, meaning we would be buyers at current levels. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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"It was a very bad quarter," Cramer said, pointing to Air Product's weak forward guidance compared to rival Linde's (LIN) overall upbeat results last month. On Oct. 26, Linde posted 17% adjusted earnings-per-share growth and a lift to its profit guidance. We'll have to see at the close whether Linde shares can turn things around and go for eight. However, he added, "Air Products is proving that not to be the case." Cramer's Charitable Trust does not hold shares of Air Products but does have a stake in Linde.
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"I think Apple is about to have the next leg up," Jim said earlier Tuesday, citing both the headset launch and upbeat data out of China. The U.S. and China comprised the two biggest app store markets for the company, at 58% of total app revenue. Most notably, in September, The Wall Street Journal reported that Beijing had banned government employees from using iPhones and other foreign-branded devices at work — fueling a massive selloff of Apple stock. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., holds an iPhone 15 Pro Max during an event at Apple Park campus in Cupertino, California, US, on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Jim, Jim Cramer's, Tim Cook, Max, David Paul Morris Organizations: Apple, Bank of America, Street Journal, " Bank of America, Huawei, Big Tech, CNBC, Apple Inc, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: China, U.S, Beijing, India, Cupertino , California
Despite doom-and-gloom from a competitor around cybersecurity spending, Jim Cramer said Friday that it's the perfect time to buy industry leader Palo Alto Networks (PANW), considering the onslaught of recent high-profile hacks and breaches. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance In fact, companies need the services of cybersecurity specialists, Palo Alto, more than ever nowadays. On Oct. 20 , identity management company Okta (OKTA) said its support systems were hacked. Cramer said Palo Alto Networks stands to benefit. Signage outside Palo Alto Networks headquarters in Santa Clara, California, U.S., on Thursday, May 13, 2021.
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AMZN YTD mountain Amazon (AMZN) year-to-date performance Shares of Amazon (AMZN) climbed 4.7% throughout October on the company's better-than-expected third-quarter results . PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance Shares of Palo Alto Networks (PANW) rose 3.7% last month. LLY YTD mountain Eli Lilly (LLY) year-to-date performance Eli Lilly (LLY) stock climbed 3.1% in October after a weak September performance. LIN YTD mountain Linde (LIN) year-to-date performance Shares of Linde (LIN) rebounded on the company's stellar quarterly earnings release last week. CTRA YTD mountain Coterra (CTRA) year-to-date performance Coterra Energy (CTRA) notched gains of 1.7% in October.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer says Eaton (ETN) just had the best quarter in the industrials sector. The power management company late Tuesday beat analysts' estimates for quarterly profits on high demand for its electrical components and equipment. Eaton's fiscal results highlight how well the firm is adapting to the industry's transition to renewable energy. If you like this story, sign up for Jim Cramer's Top 10 Morning Thoughts on the Market email newsletter for free. Cramer's Charitable Trust does not hold shares of Eaton but does have a stake in Caterpillar.
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Microsoft 's (MSFT) new AI assistant tool should help the software giant solidify its lead among its Big Tech peers in the race to dominate artificial intelligence. We'll see how fast adoption takes place, but you could certainly see a snowball effect," said Zev Fima, a portfolio analyst at the Investing Club. MSFT YTD mountain Microsoft (MSFT) year-to-date performance Copilot is Microsoft's latest in a series of moves over the last year to integrate AI into its offerings. Analysts at the firm forecasted that the AI tool could generate more than $10 billion in annualized revenue for the company by 2026. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER .
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CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday that the company behind Vans, The North Face and Timberland has a promising blueprint to turn around its fortunes. Shares of troubled VF Corp (VFC) sank 9.5%, the morning after management withdrew its fiscal year revenue and profit forecasts. If you like this story, sign up for Jim Cramer's Top 10 Morning Thoughts on the Market email newsletter for free. While acknowledging the near-term challenges due to a more cost-conscious consumer, Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street" that new CEO Bracken Darrell's plan to overhaul the company should lift the stock down the road. Cramer cited Darrell's long track record in leadership roles at Procter & Gamble (PG) and Logitech (LOGI) as a reason to give him the benefit of the doubt.
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Investors should not jump to offload Apple (AAPL) shares because of a handful of cautious reports ahead of this week's quarterly results. Jim Cramer points out that this has been happening since the first iPhone was released in 2007 and even before that. Even in high-conviction stocks like Apple, we do the homework to constantly test our investment thesis against new developments. "It's a classic negative piece on the company that crystalizes the 'hate Apple trade' that's been going on," Cramer wrote in his Top 10 Things to Watch Tuesday. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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The major supplier of semiconductors that power PCs beat earnings estimates and issued strong revenue guidance, sending shares roughly 10% higher on Friday. "They're winning a lot of business and there should be some new product," Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street." If you like this story, sign up for Jim Cramer's Top 10 Morning Thoughts on the Market email newsletter for free. AMD and Intel dominate the market for central processing units, or CPUs, that are the brains of PCs. There was a report this week, however, that Nvidia might be looking to leverage its alliance with Arm Holdings (ARM) to make CPUs.
Persons: Jim Cramer, They're, Cramer, Jim Cramer's, Jim Organizations: Intel, Devices, AMD, Cramer's, Nvidia, Arm Holdings, Apple
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