Political risk is at the heart of the stall out right now, not the earnings.
Don't expect real growth to respond to Trump's agenda until later in the year.
GE needs to rally to make a weekly trade at $33 for a breakout.
Half the Dow components have reported and it's their impressive results that are driving indices up.
Keep your seat belts fastened low and tight for more gains.
Try this put spread to take advantage.
I think then market's falling simply because the president's tone is purely protectionist.
The crowd remains bullish but insiders are active sellers.
With today's ramp, EMR has left behind a very solid layer of support.
Europe's defense sector emerges as a clear winner from Brexit and Trump.


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