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While the model has been lagging of late, over the long run it has been a very smooth performer that consistently beats the market.
Despite a rocky start in 2016, this enterprise-value growth and income portfolio has recovered nicely.
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...
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%...
Very hard to get behind industrial-related names here.
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...
After a spike, recent rail data indicate an economy not yet on track.
Positive results and data should benefit rail stocks such as ARII
After lightening up dollar-sensitive positions, I can ride out the week.
The company recently bested quarterly expectations and could be up for a new government contract.
Rising prices, tight paychecks and mismatched job opportunities continue to hound the consumer.
Here are a few stocks I have made solid calls on recently that have moved up.
Earnings beats are plentiful, but guidance is less than stellar.