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The EU recovery has put heavily exposed U.S. techs and industrials in an enviable position.
International stocks are looking better now than they did earlier in the year.
Stephanie Link, co-portfolio director of Action Alerts Plus, compares notes with Dan Dicker on two stocks.
As the bull market matures, basic materials look strong, but utilities are fading.
How much to buy? My mavens on the floor of the exchange see only about $135 million to buy on the close. Financials have $110 million to buy and health care has $40 million to buy. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) has $50 million to buy, Franklin Resources (...
I believe LSB Industries will strike new all-time highs over the next several years.
If you held fast to DuPont through the recessionary downturn it caused no harm.
Stronger prospects for China and key commodities are supportive for the global markets outlook.
Talk of a better second half from United Technologies motivated buyers. Cuttone's Keith Bliss says expectations are low for Apple.
DuPont says it's considering selling or spinning off its performance chemicals unit as it focuses on the agriculture and nutrition markets.
Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +3; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro -; crude oil -$0.80; gold -$9 (after yesterday's outsized gain); and 10-year U.S. note yiel...
Positive news out of Asia has pushed stocks higher, even as Netflix disappoints, but Wendy's and DuPont beat.
As earnings season ramps up, watch for overreactions in particular
After reports that activist investor Nelson Peltz is buying a stake in DuPont, Jim Cramer says not to sell the stock.
DuPont, GE, Intel and McD's have potential to increase dividends.
Jim Cramer recaps his exciting Invest in America week with the CEOs of Dupont, Boeing, Ford, Starbucks and Macys.
Jim Cramer prefers Dupont over Monsanto and thinks the stock can be bought here.
Don't get sucked into grabbing yield plays because they are defensive.
The market already knows the outcome of Bernanke's holiday week.