said on CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round" that he likes GlaxoSmithKline plc (NYSE:GSK).
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CNBC's Jim Cramer
said the stock market charts "suggest we are due for a bit of a pullback." The charts were interpreted by Mark Sebastian, the "guru of volatility," who is COO of Option Pit Mentoring and Consulting, a Chicago-based option education firm.
CNBCMad Moneyhost Jim Cramer
says cell tower owners are in a "raging bull market mode." Thank 5G rollout efforts fueled by the FCC.
On March 14, Culp said in an interview with Jim Cramer
that the "Power division free cash flow will remain negative through at least 2020" and added that GE has "under-managed the Power business." JPMorgan analyst Stephen Tusa downgraded GE to Underweight from Neutral on April 8, citing, among other things, that Power/Renewables "remains weak." Credit Suisse analyst John Walsh lowered his estimates for GE on March 15, following the company's outlook call, but noted that the Power segment margin guidance of "positive" was better than expected.
CVS Health president and chief executive officer Larry Merlo told CNBC's Jim Cramer
recently that the company has heard from customers that CBD has helped provide relief from arthritis pain and other ailments.
THE house the Mad Money frontman Jim Cramer
sold to his wife for $1 has just closed at $3.7 million.
Speaking to CNBC's Jim Cramer
in an Interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook dismissed the possibility of a cheaper iPhone for the Indian market when Cramer asked him about allowing Walmart-Flipkart to subsidise the handsets in the country.
CNBC host, Jim Cramer
, has said that authorities in the US need to regulate non-bank lenders such as Quicken Loans.
"In a lot of ways, we're taking the road less traveled and then we're completely rebuilding the operational infrastructure in the company in a very integrated way, in a unique way," Friedman told host Jim Cramer
'There are no sure bets in the world of investing; there is risk in everything,' says the American investment guru Jim Cramer
. But people cannot just thrust cash in a pot of clay and bury it in the backyard.
According to Fortune (http://fortune.com/2017/12/07/boeing-dennis-muilenburg-elon-musk-mars/?utm_campaign=fortunetech&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=social&xid=+soc_socialflow_twitter_FORTUNE-TECH), Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg was speaking on CNBC today when host Jim Cramer
asked whether Boeing or SpaceX would "get a man on Mars first."