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Cramer Remix: The best ways to get kids excited about stocks

Jim Cramer ticked down the best ways to get kids interested in investing.

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Cramer Remix: The best ways to get kids excited about stocks

Jim Cramer lists the best ways to get kids interested in investing.

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Cramer's advice for investing in your 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond

Jim Cramer gave his best advice on how to shape your portfolio for the rest of your life.

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Cramer's advice for investing in your 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond

Jim Cramer gives his best advice on how to shape your portfolio for the rest of your life.

Source: CNBC.com

Cramer: Yes, disinterested teens can actually make the best investors

Jim Cramer said teenagers' habits can provide valuable clues on the hottest trends in the market.

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Disinterested teens can make best investors

Jim Cramer said teenagers' habits can provide valuable clues on the hottest trends in the market.

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Cramer: Yes, disinterested teens can actually make the best investors

Jim Cramer says teenagers' habits can provide valuable clues on the hottest trends in the market.

Source: CNBC.com

Next time you buy a TV at Best Buy, you may be also offered health care

Executives told Wall Street this week that they're interested in making money in the health space.

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Calling off the summit was part of the negotiations: Portfolio manager

Andrew Slimmon of Morgan Stanley and Steve Chiavarone of Federated discuss the best places for investors to put their money despite political volatility.

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Wall Street banks had their best money-making quarter in years but are firing traders anyway

Investment banks generated $43.9 billion in first-quarter revenue, the highest since 2015, according to financial research firm Coalition. That didn't stop banks from cutting 6,000 traders, salespeople and bankers as an industry contraction continues.

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