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10 hot global fintechs that could be about to disrupt the banks

Ten hot global fintech firms to watch out for in 2017. These bigger financial technology firms could challenge incumbent financial institutions (FIs)

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Cramer looks at pivotal earnings week

Jim Cramer says next week's earnings reports will determine whether Wall Street's red-hot rally continues.

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Cramer's game plan: A pivotal earnings week

Jim Cramer says next week's earnings reports will determine whether Wall Street's red-hot rally will continue.

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Cramer's game plan: A pivotal earnings week

Jim Cramer says next week's earnings reports will determine whether Wall Street's red-hot rally will continue.

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Here’s where the battle lines are drawn on Nvidia

Is there still a case for buying white-hot shares of Nvidia? A technical analyst and a portfolio manager come down on different sides.

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Cramer on Switch's IPO

Jim Cramer dives into the white-hot initial public offering of Switch, a data center play with an unusual ownership structure.

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Cramer unpacks Switch's IPO, the second-largest tech IPO of the year

Jim Cramer dives into the white-hot initial public offering of Switch, a data center play with an unusual ownership structure.

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Cramer unpacks Switch's IPO, the second-largest tech IPO of the year

Jim Cramer dives into the white-hot initial public offering of Switch, a data center play with an unusual ownership structure.

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After Las Vegas mass shooting, 'bump stock' is hot at gun stores

Gun shops are seeing an increased interest in 'bump stocks,' which transform a semi-automatic rifle into a weapon capable of firing hundreds of rounds a minute.

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7 negatives-turned-positives fueling the bull market

Jim Cramer lists seven factors, including news from top automakers Tesla and General Motors, that are keeping the red-hot market afloat.

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