Once the storms are over, we will look at their chief operating cost -- oil -- and realize that they are bargains.
This screen looks to identify companies that may be cheap based on measures of earnings and book value.
You should watch it to be aware of buying opportunities.
URI may be a little vulnerable in the short-term, but it is still in a long-term bull trend.
The Fed has some conflicting data to grapple with ahead of next week's meeting.
Stocks that 'Joe Six-Pack' might be interested in.
A rally to a new high of $55 would be an upside breakout.
Go long on a new high close.
There have been some red flags recently.
With various sectors peaking and GDP estimates in decline, it would not be a surprise to see the markets give up some ground.


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