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Those big, fat ugly ducklings that have gone unloved for ages now are looking mighty good.
Those who were calling for a surprise U.S. recession by mid-year are becoming less concerned.
As CEOs have said on 'Mad Money,' the opportunities are out there.
Increased analyst quarterly earnings estimates for 2017 would be a good indicator of a bottom.
It was a mixed bag of earnings on Friday for apparel maker V.F. Corp. and tractor manufacturer Deere & Co.
U.S. futures are following world markets lower, along with stocks that missed on earnings.
Deere (DE) has pulled a Caterpillar (CAT) this morning and issued dramatically lowers guidance.
Looking ahead to tomorrow, there are two big companies to watch from an earnings perspective. The first is Deere & Co. (DE), especially after Caterpillar's (CAT) comments this morning, which I touched on here. While DE is in the construction equipme...
TheStreet’s Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on quarterly financial results from Deere & Company and VF Corp.
Apple's strong trend; a strategy for Facebook; and a close look at Deere.
Hormel Foods looks intriguing, as does Wal-Mart and T-Mobile.
CNBC is featuring a segment, coming up, on Berkshire Hathaway's (BRK.B) underperformance in 2015. This has been a subject on my mind throughout this year, and even before, especially when Warren Buffett asked me to be on the dais at his 2013 annual ...
Here's the remainder of my 15 Surprises for 2016 (click here for part one). Again, these aren't "predictions" for 2016, but rather a list of potential events that have a reasonable chance of occurring. Again, I call them "possible improbable events"...
Shares of Coach (COH) are down 12% so far this year, but have surged 13% in the past month.
The statement may have been the most impressive in Fed history.
Its use of the word "gradual" regarding the pace of future rate hikes is giving solace to the markets.
Stock has struggled, but it's moving out of a bullish flag after last month's bounce.
U.S. stocks opened higher Wednesday as a litany of economic data show the U.S. economy is chugging along.
For Wednesday November 25, TheStreet awaits economic reports including the MBA mortgage applications at 7 a.m. Eastern, followed by durable goods orders, jobless claims, and personal income and spending.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer is keeping an eye on Deere & Co. (DE) Wednesday when the company releases its fourth quarter earnings results before the opening bell.
The company has been consolidating in a tight range since and remains in a low-risk buy zone.
Prices have been banged up a bit in recent months, but our favorite technical indicators are pointing to a turnaround in the making.
"Consider Berkshire's investment portfolio, which consists of large holdings in (see page 17 of CEO Warren Buffett's latest annual letter to shareholders for more details): Coca-Cola (KO). Old economy. IBM (IBM). Old economy. American Express (AXP)....
I've long suggested that Fastenal (FAST) is a terrific window into the domestic industrial-and-manufacturing economy. Well, this is from yesterday's Fastenal earnings call: Daniel Florness, Fastenal Chief Financial Officer: "I would argue that anybo...