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Jim Cramer says Danaher is an industrial name that investors should hold in their portfolios.
Materials, financials, cyclicals and health care names tilt the scale to the bullish side.
These names show the downward pull can be beaten with the right set of circumstances, and it happens more often than you might think.
Sometimes sentiment changes from bullish to bearish during a reversal day.
Here are five small-caps that are worth putting on your radar.
Heading into the second half of 2016, many companies remain resilient.
Shares of Danaher were higher Monday after reporting results which topped profit forecasts.
Verizon won the competitive bidding process for Yahoo and will pay the company $4.8 billion for its internet properties.
Portfolio managers look to redeploy capital.
Once highly dependable, the company is now a serial underperformer in its industry - and badly needs a change.
It's a great opportunity for an overview of the industrial sector.
A close back below $93.50 would get us nervous that we bought in on a bull trap, and a close below $91 would turn us bearish.
The stock has had a run-up of more than 20% from its January lows.
TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors should buy stock of Honeywell on the next market swoon.
Danaher is a solid industrial to own, but Illinois Tool Works is the best in the group, says Jim Cramer.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says he still likes Disney, and investors who only focus on problems with Disney’s ESPN unit are missing the big picture.
With targets met, it's time to close this trade.
Estee Lauder’s (EL) cosmetics may see a huge sales spike on Black Friday, but investors are better off looking at the company over the long term than a single day.
Activision Blizzard (ATVI) moved higher ahead of its induction into the S&P 500 Friday afternoon.
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