The automaker and construction giant both sell for modest multiples against forward earnings.
Airplane maker looks like a good buy at current prices.

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UPS is headed for a retest of its 52-week lows. The $96 area is key for me.
The DE chart is showing a double top in place with a rounding consolidation before a break higher.
Not to trash the stock, but the risk of buying WM looks significantly higher than dumping it.
And if housing can handle it, almost anything else can.
Danger would increase at the first sign of slowing auto sales.
The cup-and-handle patterns of both stocks portend moves higher.
There's no reason to be the first one back into this ferocious downtrend.
Soft production data call for caution when considering U.S. manufacturers.

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But I dont think the enthusiasm is sustainable.
Added to SPY and QQQ shorts on a scale in response to the postiive action after the wage data was released.
Shorted SPY at $210.84 Shorted QQQ at $112.08
I would take issue (respectfully!) with Whole Foods as a long investment idea. While there may very well be a ...


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