The producer of industrial and construction supplies is scheduled to report earnings Wednesday morning.
Traders comfortable buying shares in a Brazilian company could probe the long side of GGB at current levels.
A modified version of a Benjamin Graham methodology turns up these companies as good value investing candidates.
We're following up on our last review and with a new price target.
Big Tech has dominated the market action in 2021, but there are reasons to believe the worm could turn next year.
The base pattern of the construction equipment giant has gotten bigger, so trade CAT from the long side.
Here's why investors in X should win out.
NUE is returning capital to shareholders, operating at a high level, staring at a fiscal policy induced catalyst, and fundamentally strong.
The charts are played out on the downside.
We have a new price target.