The market can do a very poor job of evaluating some picks, CNBC host Jim Cramer says.
Investors can make big gains using basic fundamental value metrics combined with some common sense.
Investors are growing nervous, and the resulting market weakness is hitting momentum favorites in the sector.
The company kicks off what promises to be a closely watched reporting season Tuesday.
With stocks trading at new highs, market experts say corporate revenue and profits need to accelerate to keep up.
Last week's employment number shows the market has room to grow. Standing still is no longer an option.
While several issues loom over the broader markets, we could see a push past the landmark figure before reality sets in.
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