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Charts show full speed ahead for industrials

Jim Cramer took to the charts with technician Bob Lang to determine whether the red-hot industrial sector can keep running.

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Cramer's charts predict full speed ahead for industrial stocks like Caterpillar, Honeywell

Jim Cramer took to the charts with technician Bob Lang to determine whether the red-hot industrial sector can keep running.

Source: CNBC.com

Cramer's charts predict full speed ahead for industrial stocks like Caterpillar, Honeywell

Jim Cramer took to the charts with technician Bob Lang to determine whether the red-hot industrial sector can keep running.

Source: CNBC.com

'Bitcoin Jesus' is 'really, really concerned' about the future of the digital currency

Early digital currency investor Roger Ver says bitcoin is "just a game of hot potato" and he's "really, really concerned about the future of bitcoin."

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2017's hot toy trends: What's old is new

Jackie Breyer, editor-in-chief of The Toy Insider, looks at toys that will be on everyone's wish list this year.

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Hot housing stocks are cooling off, and there could be more trouble ahead

Suddenly, housing stocks have gone from hot to not.

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9 hot jobs that don't require a college degree

Employers are struggling to fill many decent-paying positions that don't require a college degree, including insurance agents and pharmacy technicians.

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Next stop in the cryptocurrency craze: a government-backed coin

Central banks are experimenting with their own versions of cryptocurrency. Experts weigh in on how this will shape the market's future.

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Trading Nation: Hot Nvidia trade cools off

Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global, and Todd Gordon, TradingAnalysis.com, discuss the moves in Nvidia with Brian Sullivan.

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Chip stocks fall after Morgan Stanley says 'now is the time' to take profits on red hot sector

Morgan Stanley lowers its ratings on several chip stocks, citing lower flash memory prices and meager earnings growth next year.

Source: CNBC.com