|Day Low/High||195.00 / 199.30|
|52 Wk Low/High||101.03 / 204.98|
CMI might trade sideways in the $154 to $161 area for a while longer, but fresh highs are likely in the weeks ahead.
Industrials try to fit through narrow openings.
The list begins with oil, but there's a ripple effect.
Here are 4 potential solutions.
Don't listen to billionaires on investing. They've already made their money.
I would be cautious about adding new longs at this time.
We ought to open our eyes to what we don't care about, to what's still made here.
Their overseas business has been carrying them.
Get your plan in place, but understand that the Republic is not in jeopardy.
Growth is obvious everywhere; yes, even in Italy or Latin America.
The market is breaking free of much of what's been holding it back.
When we see buyers getting aggressive, with a rising On-Balance-Volume line, it's time to go long.
Today's rally is less-Trump, more-earnings; but don't get too cocky.
They have become a referendum on Trump's plans for lower corporate taxes.
Losing control can send some, such as Twitter, off the rails.
Conference call shows how company can survive in this new world.
Jim Cramer says acknowledging a Chinese trade war has been taboo.
Continue to book profits on CMI, as it looks toppy and vulnerable.
Survey says: Maybe business is getting better.
This is a different sort of discipline: that of not ringing the register.
People are circling back to such names as Ulta and Starbucks.
Graham screening reveals 2 names from past vintages and reason to be skeptical of retailers.
Patience is a virtue, especially with some of these names.
Jim Cramer says the strong dollar has been hurting shares of technology and consumer package goods stocks.
The president-elect comes with potential benefits for bulls but also baggage.