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Stocks Versus Stat: Kansas City Chiefs…

Let's talk about Fantasy stats versus stocks. In case you missed it, Jim Cramer has launched BullMarketFantasy.com, a website dedicated to Fantasy Football. He and Fantasy Football expert Bill Enright host a show every Tuesday and Thursday to bring Fantasy Football managers all of the advice and knowledge that they need to know to prep their teams. But, of course, Cramer can't avoid the stock market. In fact, stocks and fantasy football have quite a bit in common. So, let's compare Fantasy stats to stocks. Cramer and Enright weighed in on whether or not they'd rather have Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes or shares of Boeing . Watch to see what option they chose. INTRODUCING: Bull Market Fantasy with Jim Cramer Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Check it out at BullMarketFantasy.com or watch his latest videos below: Bull Market Fantasy Live With Jim Cramer: Week 1 Matchups and Lineup Advice Damien Williams Fantasy Football Stock Sinks With LeSean McCoy On The Roster Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Calls Jim Cramer 'Smart' for Taking Zeke With First Pick

Trading Strategies: A lookahead to the Fed

Happy almost Friday. Real Money contributor Stephen Guilfoyle breaks down what to watch from the Fed and stocks he's watching. Guilfoyle wrote about CVS in a column over on Real Money Thursday afternoon. "I have been on the CVS bandwagon since recognizing a repetitive technical bottom in June, and the AAPcrew has been on board longer than that. Now, investors may have also noticed that Deutsche Bank analyst George Hill put out a research note that broadly covered the health care technology and services industry, and within that note, Hill initiated coverage of CVS with a "buy" rating, while placing a $91 price target on the shares," wrote Guilfoyle. When asked to flesh out why he wrote about the Real Money Stock of the Day, Guilfoyle answered: "Actually, this is one of the names where I picked almost the exact bottom. So it's actually one of my better trades...I fully agree with Deutsche Bank's call. I think they were a little late to the game, but they're more aggressive on the target price, which impressed me because my target price was much lower," he said. Watch the full video for Guilfoyle's thoughts on other stocks he's watching and what he expects from the Federal Reserve meeting next week. Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Premium Pick: CVS Must Be Taking Some of Its Own Medicine: It Appears in Great Shape Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more videos : Listen our latest Podcasts on Soundcloud Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below

Stocks Versus Stats: Netflix or Green Bay Packers…

Curious about how stocks and fantasy football interact? Well, let's compare stocks to the stats of football players. In case you missed it, Jim Cramer has launched BullMarketFantasy.com, a website dedicated to Fantasy Football. He and Fantasy Football expert Bill Enright host a show every Tuesday and Thursday to bring Fantasy Football managers all of the advice and knowledge that they need to know to prep their teams. But, of course, Cramer can't avoid the stock market. In fact, stocks and fantasy football have quite a bit in common. During Thursday's live show, Cramer, Enright and TheStreet's Katherine Ross unveiled a new segment -- stock versus stat. The first stock versus stat comparison was the stock of Netflix to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. So why is Cramer not a fan of Netflix? "The reason why I'm down on it is because they weren't able to estimate themselves how many signups they're going to have. And to me that's like, I want to have at least the guy who says, we know...they are who they said they are," Cramer explained. Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Jim Cramer Reveals the Trait Great Investors and Fantasy Football Players Share AAP Members Call Preview: Sneak Peek: Inside Jim Cramer's September Members-Only Action Alerts PLUS Call Premium Pick: Jim Cramer: China Needs to Give a Little on This Tariff Extension Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more videos : Listen our latest Podcasts on Soundcloud Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below

SmileDirectClub Makes Its Debut on the Public…

It's IPO day for SmileDirectClub . The company went public on Nasdaq. Late Wednesday, SmileDirectClub priced at $23, above the $19 to $22 range that was expected. However, the company's first trade was $20.55. Kyle Wailes, CFO of SmileDirectClub, sat down with TheStreet at Nasdaq to discuss the IPO, competition--such as Align , and the dual-class share structure of the company. Watch to see more. Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Jim Cramer Reveals the Trait Great Investors and Fantasy Football Players Share Premium Pick: Jim Cramer: China Needs to Give a Little on This Tariff Extension Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more videos : Listen our latest Podcasts on Soundcloud Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below

Midday Wrap: SmileDirectClub, Caterpillar…

SmileDirectClub's opening trade gave investors reason to frown Thursday after the stock debuted at $20.55 per share, about 10% below the company's suggested IPO price of $23 per share. The teeth straightening product maker currently has 300 centers including partnerships with CVS and Walgreens . Walgreens to give customers using Apple's credit card the Apple Card 3% cash back on purchases. Eligible purchases include prescriptions bought at Walgreens and Duane Reade stores and those made on the Walgreens app and its website. Walgreens was down 3.5% Thursday while Apple shares rose 0.6%. Caterpillar was falling Thursday after Wells Fargo downgraded the stock to market perform after channel checks suggested that demand for new equipment is dropping, leading to increased inventories and shrinking backlogs. At the same time, Wells Fargo says customers are more interested in renting equipment than buying. Related: Something to Smile About? SmileDirectClub's IPO Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Jim Cramer Reveals the Trait Great Investors and Fantasy Football Players Share AAP Members Call Preview: Sneak Peek: Inside Jim Cramer's September Members-Only Action Alerts PLUS Call Premium Pick: Jim Cramer: China Needs to Give a Little on This Tariff Extension Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more videos : Listen our latest Podcasts on Soundcloud Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below

Jim Cramer on T. Boone Pickens

Oil tycoon T. Boon Pickens passed away yesterday at the age of 91. Jim Cramer talks about what he meant to him and the oil industry in America, including his push to get the U.S. to be energy independent, "boy did he ever turn out to be right about energy independence People would laugh, they were laughing about it. They never thought we'd get there. And we got there." Watch the video above to see what else Jim had to say about T. Boone. Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Jim Cramer Reveals the Trait Great Investors and Fantasy Football Players Share AAP Members Call Preview: Sneak Peek: Inside Jim Cramer's September Members-Only Action Alerts PLUS Call Premium Pick: Jim Cramer: China Needs to Give a Little on This Tariff Extension Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more videos : Listen our latest Podcasts on Soundcloud Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below

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Something to Smile About? SmileDirectClub's IPO

Now here's an initial public offering that may or may not make investors smile. Teeth-straightening provider SmileDirectClub late Wednesday announced that its class A shares were priced at $23 a share, slightly above the $19- to $22-a-share range it had said it would be targeting. At that price, the deal will raise $1.35 billion for the Nashville-based company. Last October, SmileDirectClub was valued at $3.2 billion in a private fundraising round led by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice, Kleiner Perkins and Spark Capital. SmileDirectClub said the shares will begin trading Thursday on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol . The company operates 300 centers, including partnerships with drugstore chains CVS and Walgreens , or customers can order doctor-prescribed teeth-alignment kits by mail. Related: SmileDirectClub's Initial Public Offering Priced at $23 a Share CVS is a holding in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS member club. Want to be alerted before Jim Cramer buys or sells CVS? Click here to learn how. Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Jim Cramer Reveals the Trait Great Investors and Fantasy Football Players Share AAP Members Call Preview: Sneak Peek: Inside Jim Cramer's September Members-Only Action Alerts PLUS Call Premium Pick: Jim Cramer: China Needs to Give a Little on This Tariff Extension Subscribe to our Youtube Channel for more videos : Listen our latest Podcasts on Soundcloud Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below

Walmart Wants to Eat Into Grocery Market Share…

Walmart customers can feast now with the retail giant's "delivery unlimited" subscription offering. But this reflects heightened competition in the grocery business, and grocers seem to be sacrifice margins to capture share of shoppers that are changing the way the buy groceries. Walmart's plan is for $98 a year, and customers will have unlimited access to grocery items. It will be available in 1,400 stores, but management plans to extend the offering to 50% of U.S. by the end of 2019. The company also noted this will be infused with Walmart's online strategy, which includes mobile ordering for both pick-up and delivery. Grocery businesses are racing to provide the fastest, most efficient service for shoppers, with these services often coming in the form of online offerings. Target's Shipt offers a subscription of $99 a year, which allows customers to order grocery items for delivery on the day of ordering. Amazon Prime is $119 a year, but with perks and discounts at Whole Foods. The move to a steady revenue stream -- a subscription -- while servicing customers with as much food as they'd like is not exactly aimed at fattening profit margins, but rather taking market share, a trade-off companies are usually willing to make in the face of heightened competition. Meanwhile, Kroger reported earnings Thursday morning. The stock moved up initially, before falling 0.82% to $25.36, as news of Walmart's plan broke. Kroger has failed to compete effectively with the rest of the grocery business. While shares of Walmart and Costco have risen in the past five years, Kroger shares have fallen 1.3% in that span. Amazon is a holding in Jim Cramer's Action Alerts PLUS member club. Want to be alerted before Jim Cramer buys or sells AAPL? Learn more now. Disrupting the World of Fantasy Sports Jim picks stocks on Wall Street, now he's picking NFL players for fantasy football! TheStreet and Sports Illustrated Fantasy are teaming up to unveil our new Bull Market Fantasy channel. Bookmark BullMarketFantasy.com and watch some of our latest videos with Jim Cramer, Sports Illustrated and our Maven Network. Jim Cramer Reveals the Trait Great Investors and Fantasy Football Players Share AAP Members Call Preview: Sneak Peek: Inside Jim Cramer's September Members-Only Action Alerts PLUS Call Catch Up: Today's Top News Videos Below