Cramer’s lightning round: ‘Do some trimming’ in Qualcomm if the stock rallies

So as it rallies, and it can, I’d do a little trimming.” Momo Inc.: “Momo? It’s a Chinese stock. I mean, hey, listen: we’re having a trade war to end all trade wars with the Chinese and you want some Momo? They should be the big beneficiary of all the Chinese turmoil, Huawei, but they’re not, and that’s because they’re not that good a company.


So as it rallies, and it can, I’d do a little trimming.” Momo Inc.: “Momo? It’s a Chinese stock. I mean, hey, listen: we’re having a trade war to end all trade wars with the Chinese and you want some Momo? They should be the big beneficiary of all the Chinese turmoil, Huawei, but they’re not, and that’s because they’re not that good a company.
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Cramer's lightning round: 'Do some trimming' in Qualcomm if the stock rallies

Qualcomm Inc.: “Look, it yields 4 [percent]. I think they have the money. They can’t lose the lawsuit to Apple. The problem is that, man, you are in cellphone hell, and I don’t want you there because that is the house of pain. So as it rallies, and it can, I’d do a little trimming.”

Momo Inc.: “Momo? No no. That is exactly the kind of stock I don’t want you in. It’s a Chinese stock. I mean, hey, listen: we’re having a trade war to end all trade wars with the Chinese and you want some Momo? I say ix-nay.”

Ciena Corp.: “[CEO] Gary Smith used to come on this show and I so enjoyed it. He’s doing such a good job. Ciena is really kicking butt here. I think that Gary should come back on. Ciena had a monster good quarter.”

AbbVie Inc.: “I think AbbVie has to do exactly what Bristol-Myers did. They’ve got to find a partner because they’ve got too much money in one drug, Humira. Now, I will say this: AbbVie’s a well-run company. So was Bristol. But they needed to do a deal. I bet you we talk about that next week [at J.P. Morgan’s annual Healthcare Conference].”

Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson: “Ericsson should be kicking butt here and they’re not. They should be the big beneficiary of all the Chinese turmoil, Huawei, but they’re not, and that’s because they’re not that good a company. What a judgment.”


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Monster rallies are often synonymous with bear markets, Boockvar warns

Even if stocks move back into rally mode, investor Peter Boockvar warns the Fed could ruin it 4:50 PM ET Thu, 27 Dec 2018 | 02:13Investor Peter Boockvar believes the stock market’s wild swings are evidence of a bear market. Boockvar recently told CNBC that the recent monster rallies do not signal the bulls are back. “We are in a bear market, and a bear market is not just going to end in a couple of months considering the ten years of a bull market,” the chief investment officer at Bleakley Advis


Even if stocks move back into rally mode, investor Peter Boockvar warns the Fed could ruin it 4:50 PM ET Thu, 27 Dec 2018 | 02:13Investor Peter Boockvar believes the stock market’s wild swings are evidence of a bear market. Boockvar recently told CNBC that the recent monster rallies do not signal the bulls are back. “We are in a bear market, and a bear market is not just going to end in a couple of months considering the ten years of a bull market,” the chief investment officer at Bleakley Advis
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Monster rallies are often synonymous with bear markets, Boockvar warns

Even if stocks move back into rally mode, investor Peter Boockvar warns the Fed could ruin it 4:50 PM ET Thu, 27 Dec 2018 | 02:13

Investor Peter Boockvar believes the stock market’s wild swings are evidence of a bear market.

Boockvar recently told CNBC that the recent monster rallies do not signal the bulls are back. He noted bull market moves are more methodical.

“We are in a bear market, and a bear market is not just going to end in a couple of months considering the ten years of a bull market,” the chief investment officer at Bleakley Advisory Group said Thursday on “Futures Now.”

Boockvar, also a CNBC contributor, acknowledged the market has been grossly oversold. He thinks stocks have been due for a rip-roaring rally that could extend into January.

However, he remains on recession watch due to Federal Reserve policy.

“Recessions happen like night follows day,” Boockvar said. “Typically, recessions happen when the Fed tightens policy. And, I just find it hard to believe that we’re not going to go into another recession.”

He has little faith that the Fed will pull off a soft landing after an era of easy money.

“The question in 2019 is: let’s say things get better. Markets recover. The economy is OK. We have a [trade] deal with China,” he said. “Does that mean Powell is back in the game, and he wants to raise two more times?”

Boockvar’s answer: yes.

“If he is data dependent and the data gets better, well, then he’ll continue to raise,” Boockvar warned.


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Bitcoin rallies 10%, extending this week’s gains after months of crypto carnage

After weeks of pain for the world’s largest cryptocurrency, bitcoin surged 10 percent to a high of $3,929.10 on Wednesday morning, according to data from CoinDesk. XRP, the world’s second largest digital currency, jumped 16 percent while ether rallied 13 percent, according to CoinDesk. Bitcoin is down more than 80 percent from its all-time high hit almost exactly one year ago. Bitcoin first became a household name in 2017 as retail investors made speculative bets on cryptocurrencies, raising mon


After weeks of pain for the world’s largest cryptocurrency, bitcoin surged 10 percent to a high of $3,929.10 on Wednesday morning, according to data from CoinDesk. XRP, the world’s second largest digital currency, jumped 16 percent while ether rallied 13 percent, according to CoinDesk. Bitcoin is down more than 80 percent from its all-time high hit almost exactly one year ago. Bitcoin first became a household name in 2017 as retail investors made speculative bets on cryptocurrencies, raising mon
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Bitcoin rallies 10%, extending this week's gains after months of crypto carnage

Bitcoin is finally rallying again.

After weeks of pain for the world’s largest cryptocurrency, bitcoin surged 10 percent to a high of $3,929.10 on Wednesday morning, according to data from CoinDesk. The performance brought bitcoin’s three-day gains to more than 22 percent.

Other top cryptocurrencies followed suit. XRP, the world’s second largest digital currency, jumped 16 percent while ether rallied 13 percent, according to CoinDesk.

Still, 2018 has been a horrible year for most cryptocurrency investors. Bitcoin is down more than 80 percent from its all-time high hit almost exactly one year ago. This year alone, it’s down 72 percent and has struggled to attract new buyers.

Finding fresh buyers was hardly a problem last year. Bitcoin first became a household name in 2017 as retail investors made speculative bets on cryptocurrencies, raising money through initial coin offerings. Regulators have stepped up their oversight of the industry this year, cracking down on fundraising projects that have failed to register with the SEC. Other crypto founders have been charged as outright frauds.

Over the past six months, hundreds of the ICOs have been forced to close up shop, which CoinFi CEO Timothy Tam said was a necessary shakeout for the market.

“The garbage, or at least a good portion of it, is starting to get collected,” Tam said. “Ultimately this strengthens the market.”

Still, he underlined that a 10 percent bitcoin spike doesn’t mean crypto prices are in the clear or that it’s “time to breath a sign of relief.”

“If anything, it proves speculation still dominates and most — not all, but most — are not trading in reality,” Tam told CNBC, adding that he saw some institutional-level money flow into the markets over the last 48 hours. Tam said certain investors had been sitting on the sidelines, waiting for the market to find bottom.

“It’s certainly a hell of a lot more cost efficient to buy now,” he said. “The hope is that the market has culled jumpy retail investors and, as regulators move in, we start to see some much needed stability.”

Mati Greenspan, senior market analyst at eToro, said bitcoin’s “impressive push from the floor” on Wednesday was also the result of short covering.

“People are looking to reduce their exposure and closing out high-risk sell positions before the holidays, and this is creating upward pressure on market prices, which is ultimately resulting in a rally,” Greenspan said.

Michael Moro, CEO of Genesis Global Trading, also saw an uptick in short covering. He echoed Tam’s sentiment that bitcoin is not quite out of the woods yet. Moro said he is not ready to call a bottom until prices break toward the $4,000 ceiling.

“Buyers typically need to see prices holding for a few days before they really step in, and I think $3,900 is a key short-term level here before that really happens,” Moro told CNBC.

By midday Wednesday, bitcoin surrendered some of the morning’s gains. It was trading at $3,774.85.


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Europe rallies 2% after US and China agree to temporary trade truce; miners surge 5%

The pan-European Stoxx 600 was up more than 2 percent during early morning deals, with all sectors in positive territory. Germany’s DAX index led the gains among the major bourses, surging over 2.5 percent Monday morning. Looking at individual stocks, Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company Argenx rose toward the top of the European benchmark. Meanwhile, Dutch company Signify slipped to the bottom of the index, after J.P. Morgan revised its stock recommendation to “underweight” Monday morning.


The pan-European Stoxx 600 was up more than 2 percent during early morning deals, with all sectors in positive territory. Germany’s DAX index led the gains among the major bourses, surging over 2.5 percent Monday morning. Looking at individual stocks, Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company Argenx rose toward the top of the European benchmark. Meanwhile, Dutch company Signify slipped to the bottom of the index, after J.P. Morgan revised its stock recommendation to “underweight” Monday morning.
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Europe rallies 2% after US and China agree to temporary trade truce; miners surge 5%

The pan-European Stoxx 600 was up more than 2 percent during early morning deals, with all sectors in positive territory. Germany’s DAX index led the gains among the major bourses, surging over 2.5 percent Monday morning.

Europe’s basic resources stocks — with their heavy exposure to China — jumped more than 5 percent shortly after the opening bell, as investors reacted to a cease-fire on tariffs between Washington and Beijing. Antofagsta, Glencore and Anglo American were all trading more than 6 percent higher on the news.

Looking at individual stocks, Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company Argenx rose toward the top of the European benchmark. Shares of the group soared 13 percent after Argenx announced it would enter an exclusive global collaboration and license agreement with Cilag, an affiliate of Jansen. The deal is reported to potentially be worth $1.6 billion.

Meanwhile, Dutch company Signify slipped to the bottom of the index, after J.P. Morgan revised its stock recommendation to “underweight” Monday morning. Shares of the Amsterdam-listed stock were down more than 2 percent.


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Europe rallies after Fed chair signals rates are nearing neutral; Britvic shares up 6%

Basic resources led the gains, up by more than 2 percent as investors wait for a G-20 summit due to start Friday. President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping are due to meet on the sidelines in an attempt to improve their trade relations. But the biggest driver of the stock market on Thursday was a highly-anticipated speech from the chair of the Federal Reserve. The expectation that the Fed is likely to raise rates to a lower level than previously expected is a positive for shares. In


Basic resources led the gains, up by more than 2 percent as investors wait for a G-20 summit due to start Friday. President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping are due to meet on the sidelines in an attempt to improve their trade relations. But the biggest driver of the stock market on Thursday was a highly-anticipated speech from the chair of the Federal Reserve. The expectation that the Fed is likely to raise rates to a lower level than previously expected is a positive for shares. In
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Europe rallies after Fed chair signals rates are nearing neutral; Britvic shares up 6%

The pan-European Stoxx 600 index rose 0.6 percent with nearly every sector in the black. Basic resources led the gains, up by more than 2 percent as investors wait for a G-20 summit due to start Friday. President Donald Trump and China President Xi Jinping are due to meet on the sidelines in an attempt to improve their trade relations.

But the biggest driver of the stock market on Thursday was a highly-anticipated speech from the chair of the Federal Reserve. Speaking in New York on Wednesday, Jerome Powell said that he deems the Fed’s benchmark interest rate to be close to a neutral level; which marks a step away from comments made in recent months.

Back in October, Powell stated that the U.S. was a “long way” from hitting neutral, when it came to interest rates — which indicated to markets at the time that more rate hikes were on the horizon. Following Powell’s comments on Wednesday, Wall Street saw stocks leap with the Dow seeing its biggest rally in eight months, closing up over 600 points up and supported Asian trading too. The expectation that the Fed is likely to raise rates to a lower level than previously expected is a positive for shares.

Sticking with central banking news, the Bank of England claimed that a “disorderly” departure from the European Union, would put the U.K. economy under severe pressure and could be more painful for the U.K. than the global financial crisis was.

In individual stocks news, Britvic shares rose more than 6 percent after it said its sugarless drinks had boosted sales.


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Cramer: This market’s perception is skewed to the point where stocks aren’t necessarily safe

Cramer: This market’s perception is skewed to the point where stocks aren’t necessarily safe15 Hours AgoJim Cramer says that until two key market-moving policies change, stock market rallies can’t be trusted.


Cramer: This market’s perception is skewed to the point where stocks aren’t necessarily safe15 Hours AgoJim Cramer says that until two key market-moving policies change, stock market rallies can’t be trusted.
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Cramer: This market’s perception is skewed to the point where stocks aren’t necessarily safe

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Jim Cramer says that until two key market-moving policies change, stock market rallies can’t be trusted.


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Cramer: With midterms over, we could get ‘the rallies of all rallies’ if the Fed pauses rate hikes

However, that huge pop could only materialize if the Federal Reserve under Chair Jerome Powell decides to pause its interest rate hikes, said the “Mad Money” host. “If there’s anyway, anyway that Jay Powell says, ‘You know what, we got to wait and see,’ we could have the rallies of all rallies,” Cramer said on “Squawk Box.” Later on “Squawk on the Street” Wednesday, Cramer said the market “can get on with other worries.” Cramer has been critical of Powell, agreeing with President Donald Trump, b


However, that huge pop could only materialize if the Federal Reserve under Chair Jerome Powell decides to pause its interest rate hikes, said the “Mad Money” host. “If there’s anyway, anyway that Jay Powell says, ‘You know what, we got to wait and see,’ we could have the rallies of all rallies,” Cramer said on “Squawk Box.” Later on “Squawk on the Street” Wednesday, Cramer said the market “can get on with other worries.” Cramer has been critical of Powell, agreeing with President Donald Trump, b
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Cramer: With midterms over, we could get 'the rallies of all rallies' if the Fed pauses rate hikes

We can now get on with the other market worries, says Jim Cramer 4 Hours Ago | 03:17

The stock market could be primed for “the rallies of all rallies” now that the midterm election uncertainty is finally over, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday.

However, that huge pop could only materialize if the Federal Reserve under Chair Jerome Powell decides to pause its interest rate hikes, said the “Mad Money” host.

“If there’s anyway, anyway that Jay Powell says, ‘You know what, we got to wait and see,’ we could have the rallies of all rallies,” Cramer said on “Squawk Box.” “But he has to green light us.”

U.S. stocks were sharply higher Wednesday after the results from Tuesday’s election came in about as expected, lifting a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the market.

In the midterms, Democrats flipped enough seats to take the House majority from Republicans. However, Republicans were expected to keep control of the Senate and add seats.

Later on “Squawk on the Street” Wednesday, Cramer said the market “can get on with other worries.”

Cramer has been critical of Powell, agreeing with President Donald Trump, but for different reasons, that rate increases should be halted.

The Fed began its two-day November meeting Wednesday, with a rate decision set for Thursday afternoon. No change is expected this time around. But another hike is expected after central bankers meet in December. The Fed has already raised rates three times this year.

Last month, Powell said the cost of borrowing money was a long way from so-called neutral, sparking concerns about a more aggressive Fed tightening that led to October being the worst month for the S&P 500 since September 2011.

So far this month, as of Tuesday’s close, the S&P 500 was off to a much better November.


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Trump distancing himself from fate of GOP in House

President Donald Trump appears to be distancing himself from the fate of House Republican candidates two days before the midterm elections. Trump told reporters as he left the White House en route to a pair of rallies Sunday that he thinks “we’re going to do well in the House, but as you know, my primary focus has been on the Senate, and I think we’re doing really well in the Senate.” Trump is also telling reporters that Republican enthusiasm is off the charts and that the “level of fervor” is v


President Donald Trump appears to be distancing himself from the fate of House Republican candidates two days before the midterm elections. Trump told reporters as he left the White House en route to a pair of rallies Sunday that he thinks “we’re going to do well in the House, but as you know, my primary focus has been on the Senate, and I think we’re doing really well in the Senate.” Trump is also telling reporters that Republican enthusiasm is off the charts and that the “level of fervor” is v
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Trump distancing himself from fate of GOP in House

President Donald Trump appears to be distancing himself from the fate of House Republican candidates two days before the midterm elections.

Trump told reporters as he left the White House en route to a pair of rallies Sunday that he thinks “we’re going to do well in the House, but as you know, my primary focus has been on the Senate, and I think we’re doing really well in the Senate.”

Trump is also telling reporters that Republican enthusiasm is off the charts and that the “level of fervor” is very high.

And he’s crediting the dozens of rallies he’s held on behalf of candidates, saying that they “have really been the thing that’s caused this big fervor” to start and to continue.

Trump will be holding rallies in Georgia and Tennessee on Sunday.


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Watch: White House briefs press for the first time in nearly four weeks

Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday is set to brief reporters for the first time in nearly four weeks, as politicians react to a mass shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue and President Donald Trump continues to stump for Republicans in the final days before the midterm elections. At least four more Trump rallies — in Missouri, West Virginia and Florida — were scheduled between the Monday press briefing


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Watch: White House briefs press for the first time in nearly four weeks

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Monday is set to brief reporters for the first time in nearly four weeks, as politicians react to a mass shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue and President Donald Trump continues to stump for Republicans in the final days before the midterm elections.

The alleged shooter, 46-year-old Robert Bowers, stormed Tree of Life synagogue Saturday with a rifle and multiple handguns, leaving 11 victims dead and six others wounded.

The shooting came a day after federal authorities arrested Cesar Sayoc, 56, in connection with a series of mail bombs addressed to prominent Democrats, as well as news network CNN.

In a tweet Monday morning, Trump said that “great anger in our Country” is “caused in part” by “the Fake News Media, the true Enemy of the People.”

Amid the tumultuous week, Trump continued to host raucous rallies around the country in key states to help give GOP candidates an edge in the final days before the midterms. At least four more Trump rallies — in Missouri, West Virginia and Florida — were scheduled between the Monday press briefing and the end of the week.

At the previous briefing on Oct. 3, Sanders fielded questions about allegations of sexual misconduct against then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who has since been confirmed to the nine-member high court. She also responded to an in-depth report from The New York Times on the Trump family’s taxes that accused the president of “instances of outright fraud.” Sanders called the report “highly defamatory” in that press briefing, where she took questions for about 17 minutes.


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Trump’s 11th-hour midterm pitch to women: Ignore me, focus on the economy

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign released a new ad Monday, focusing on the growing economy and aimed at suburban women voters who have been abandoning the Republican Party, according to recent polling. It’s a far more optimistic message about the midterm elections than the one the president himself has been delivering. The Trump campaign said it plans to spend $6 million to air the ad on cable, network and digital platforms over the next week. The only sign that Trump’s campaign pai


President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign released a new ad Monday, focusing on the growing economy and aimed at suburban women voters who have been abandoning the Republican Party, according to recent polling. It’s a far more optimistic message about the midterm elections than the one the president himself has been delivering. The Trump campaign said it plans to spend $6 million to air the ad on cable, network and digital platforms over the next week. The only sign that Trump’s campaign pai
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Trump's 11th-hour midterm pitch to women: Ignore me, focus on the economy

President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign released a new ad Monday, focusing on the growing economy and aimed at suburban women voters who have been abandoning the Republican Party, according to recent polling. It’s a far more optimistic message about the midterm elections than the one the president himself has been delivering. The Trump campaign said it plans to spend $6 million to air the ad on cable, network and digital platforms over the next week.

The new ad is also notable for the fact that Trump’s name is completely absent. The only sign that Trump’s campaign paid for the spot was a subtle “T” in the lower right corner of the screen, and a mandatory disclosure at the end. Trump, meanwhile, has told supporters at his raucous campaign rallies that a vote for Republicans means “you’re voting for me.”

Trump plans to hold as many as 10 campaign rallies in the next eight days, where he will likely hammer many of the same themes that he has all summer and fall. These include claims that immigration poses a threat to the country, that Democrats want socialism, and that Democratic control of Congress will result in “mob” rule.


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