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Charged up for Tesla, Adobe Looks to Support Gains, Jim Cramer's Dow Play

by TheStreet 1:46 mins

Charged up for Tesla, Adobe Looks to Support Gains, Jim Cramer's Dow Play

by TheStreet 1:46 mins

Going into the open Tuesday morning, Tesla stock is the one to watch, after reports emerged that the company could pair off with other electric automakers to build a bigger charging grid for their car owners. And Adobe will report earnings, with stock up about 57 percent over the last 12 months, can the software company beat expectations once again? Jim Cramer has expectations -- for Dow Chemical -- Jim has taken note of the company's business review, which he thinks could generate not just asset sales, but buybacks or dividend. With shares already in the low $50s, Jim is targeting $65 for the stock. ¿

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