American Railcar Industries, Inc. (ARII)

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Enterprise Value Growth and Income: A Portfolio Model for All Seasons

While the model has been lagging of late, over the long run it has been a very smooth performer that consistently beats the market.

Want Growth and Income? Try This Strategy for Market-Beating Returns

Despite a rocky start in 2016, this enterprise-value growth and income portfolio has recovered nicely.

Prepare for the After-Hours Earnings Deluge

As we approach the closing bell, I'm getting ready for the earnings reports that will hit after the close. They include American Railcar (ARII) and Trinity Industries (TRN), which I touched on earlier today; Applied Materials (AMAT), which will shed...

OECD Cuts Global Growth Forecast (Again)

I almost missed the fact amid this morning's flurry that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has cut its 2016 economic-growth forecast once again. The group lowered its 2016 global-growth forecast by 0.3 percentage points to 3%...

Case Against a Slowing Economy Even Harder to Make

Very hard to get behind industrial-related names here.

Case Against a Slowing Economy Even Harder to Make

This morning we had several regional economic/manufacturing reports that, when collected together, painted a picture of a slowing domestic economy with the top-line figures, but more so with the underlying order data. Just a few weeks ago, there wer...

Tough Road for Railcar Makers

Tough Road for Railcar Makers

Weak orders will weigh on earnings.

Rail Companies Stuck in Traffic

Rail Companies Stuck in Traffic

After a spike, recent rail data indicate an economy not yet on track.

More Upside Coming for Rail Manufacturers

More Upside Coming for Rail Manufacturers

Safety regulations will create a new demand cycle.

The Week Ahead: Earnings Firehose

Flow of reports gets heavy in the coming days.

The Week Ahead: Will Housing Hurt?

We survived the Fed, but another earnings season is coming.

The Week Ahead: At Least It's Short

Is there more good news out there?

Hooking Up a Pair of Railcar makers

Hooking Up a Pair of Railcar makers

American Railcar and Greenbrier are pure plays in the space.

Don't Let Oil Bump You Off the Rails

Don't Let Oil Bump You Off the Rails

Positive results and data should benefit rail stocks such as ARII

The Sidelines Don't Look So Bad

The Sidelines Don't Look So Bad

After lightening up dollar-sensitive positions, I can ride out the week.

Keeping Smith & Wesson in My Sights

Keeping Smith & Wesson in My Sights

The company recently bested quarterly expectations and could be up for a new government contract.

New Ideas From the Latest Data

New Ideas From the Latest Data

China, the eurozone and a cyber-security ETF caught my eye.

Avoiding Trinity's Guardrail Issue

Avoiding Trinity's Guardrail Issue

Litigation could weigh on Trinity's shares in the short term.

Corner of Wall & Main: Stuck in First Gear

The economic data rolling in today are not inspiring.

The Week Ahead: What a Whirlwind

It's been a rather volatile few days, hasn't it?

The Week Ahead: Snap Up Those Bargains

Market routs like these offer golden opportunities.

The Week Ahead: Dig Deeper

Remember to pry under those headline numbers.

Two Indirect Bets on Energy

Two Indirect Bets on Energy

Two energy infrastructure stocks offer solid prospects. 

Corner of Wall & Main: Mean Streets

Rising prices, tight paychecks and mismatched job opportunities continue to hound the consumer.

My Manufacturing Plays

My Manufacturing Plays

Plus, some solid stocks in oversold territory.

The Friday Wrap

It looks like the second half of the year will be far better than the first.

Stick With What Is Working

Stick With What Is Working

Here are a few stocks I have made solid calls on recently that have moved up.

The Week Ahead: Assessing the Earnings Scorecard

Earnings beats are plentiful, but guidance is less than stellar.