5 Greatest Tales on Actual Cash: Cramer’s Winners, Amazon, GameStop

Sometimes the market just feels like a big game of classic “asteroids”.

You never know when something that appears to be from space will blind you and blow up your plans – or at least disrupt your beliefs about Wall Street. Of course, this asteroid recently had a name: GameStop (GME) – Get the report.

But now that this game has fallen back to earth, huge revenues continue to emerge. What will investors and traders hit next?

Real Money and Real Money Pro experts will help understand the turbulent news and guide us through the week Jim Cramer, Stephen “Sarge” Guilfoyle, Timothy Collins, Helene Meisler, and Bret Jensen.

Cramer: The business “Super Bowl” is full of winners

Unlike the real Super Bowl and other sports competitions, says Jim Cramer, in business we can have multiple winners – not just one. As the big game approaches, let’s take a look at some of his “Tom Brady” companies like Apple (AAPL) – Get the report, Amazon (AMZN) – Get the report, Microsoft (MSFT) – Get the report and alphabet (TogetL) – Get the report.

Here is Cramer takes over the All-Stars business.

Guilfoyle: How to Navigate the Great Amazon

Stephen “Sarge” Guilfoyle takes stock of the e-commerce and web services business after Amazon reported fourth-quarter earnings that were beyond imagination and news that Jeff Bezos will step down as CEO later this year. Giants.

Here is his take on the company and Andy Jassy’s rise.

Collins: So you blew up your portfolio on GameStop

Here’s what absolutely nothing you can do – and whom you can’t blame – if you’ve messed up your investments in a GameStop position during the chaotic week of Berzerk promotion.

Collins break it open for ‘Robinhood’ dealers.

Meisler: Levels are for video gamers

Most people think technical analysis is about “levels,” writes technical analyst Helene Meisler. But she doesn’t care about levels. She takes care of indicators – whether we are oversold or see positive differences and where the mood is.

chisel shows us what the indicators can tell about the market.

Jensen: move out amid the pandemic?

U-haul (UHAL) – Get the report says it all, says Bret Jensen. The top destinations the moving company saw for its trucks in 2020 were Tennessee, Florida, and Texas when people fled California, Illinois, New York, and New Jersey. These big strides have been fueled by the pandemic – and are unlikely to stop anytime soon.

Jensen examines how national migration affects the economy and investment.

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