Eaton Corp. Plc (ETN)

162.51
NYSE
Prev Close 162.38
Day Low/High 161.33 / 163.94
52 Wk Low/High 101.52 / 171.32
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 398.50B
Market Cap 64.71B
P/E Ratio 36.70
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
Strategy for Survival

Strategy for Survival

Actively avoiding losses is just as important as finding winners.

Eaton upgraded at Morgan Stanley

Tricky Trading Conditions

Tricky Trading Conditions

Buying or selling in today's thin volume is not for the faint of heart. 

Why We Are Overweight Cyclicals

Why We Are Overweight Cyclicals

Cyclical stocks, like Johnson Controls, will benefit from rising rates, says Stephanie Link, co-portfolio manager of Action Alerts Plus.

ETN, HAIN, CELG: 3 Stocks on TV

ETN, HAIN, CELG: 3 Stocks on TV

Dan Fitzpatrick, founder of StockMarketMentor.com, details three stocks Jim Cramer discussed on CNBC's "Mad Money" and how to trade them.

The Market Is Bigger than Tech

The Market Is Bigger than Tech

We don't want to be blinded by the high-profile disappointments.

Eaton rated new Buy at Argus

Adding Another Industrial Stock

Adding Another Industrial Stock

Honeywell is the latest addition to AAP, as Co-Portfolio Manager Stephanie Link remains overweight in the industrial sector.

The Week Ahead: COST, Europe, GDP

The Week Ahead: COST, Europe, GDP

Lindsey Bell and Andrew Krill of TheStreet discuss some of the stocks and economic reports they'll be watching.

A Fresh Look at Four Earlier Recommendations

A Fresh Look at Four Earlier Recommendations

Will these stock gains meet new expectations?

Look Closer at GE

Look Closer at GE

If Europe turns, this might be the play.

A Pile of Simply Horrendous Advice

A Pile of Simply Horrendous Advice

Caution has clearly been the fool's way in this market.

Switching Gears to Cyclicals

Switching Gears to Cyclicals

Stephanie Link of Action Alerts PLUS sees better upside in cyclical stocks, but is keeping some defensive exposure.

Nearing a Bottom in Europe?

Nearing a Bottom in Europe?

Some will get excited and claim Europe is getting back on track.

Mad Money Uncovered: Eaton & PPG

Mad Money Uncovered: Eaton & PPG

Jim Cramer looks at why industrials taking their fate into their own hands, in a discussion with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.

Big Bad Days Add Confusion

Big Bad Days Add Confusion

Sure is plenty of bad but there is good afoot, too.

Looks Like Europe May Have Hit Bottom

Looks Like Europe May Have Hit Bottom

This isn't to suggest it'll rebound. But it may just stay at this level -- far better than further deterioration.

Mad Money Uncovered: Green Stocks

Mad Money Uncovered: Green Stocks

Jim Cramer looks at why many stocks are becoming increasingly green, with Mad Money Research Director Nicole Urken.

A True Bounce?

A True Bounce?

Watch these names today to see if they follow through.

The Week Ahead: Check, Please

The Week Ahead: Check, Please

This week's restaurant earnings should offer clues on the consumer and on food prices.

The Only Bubble I See

The Only Bubble I See

Safety stocks aren't every going to be crushed, but could certainly stumble.

A Deep Post-Decline Analysis Part 1

A Deep Post-Decline Analysis Part 1

Nothing refreshes like a look at the charts.

The Link Exclusive: Sticking With 2 Industrial Favorites

The Link Exclusive: Sticking With 2 Industrial Favorites

Stephanie Link, CIO & Co-Portfolio Manager of Action Alerts Plus, is even more confident in the upside potential at Eaton and Emerson.

Cramer & Link: Timken to Start Truckin'?

Cramer & Link: Timken to Start Truckin'?

Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link focus on AAP holding Timken, a "very good stock" that is leveraged to a truck market with a fleet age at 20-year highs like fellow industrials Eaton and Cummins. There just needs to be some clarity on the political front for these companies to spend again, Link says.

Eaton target raised at Jefferies

Should Blaze Ahead This Year

Should Blaze Ahead This Year

Remember when I said you want to buy a pullback? Take a good, long look at these two stellar names.

Crazy Breakouts

Crazy Breakouts

There's a reason why retail investors may be back.