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Just sit in a quiet room, imagine the year 2056 and visualize the products and services needed then.
It likely will take an economic crisis to provide the cover for the political establishment to enact a domestic infrastructure program.
Federal Reserve bank presidents have begun promoting the need for fiscal stimulus measures.
And why companies like Fluor and Sterling Construction are gaining now.
Buying that isn't aggressive comes on top of a downgrade by our quantitative service and a weakening chart picture.
Focusing on traditional Democratic topic may win over some Sanders supporters.
Japan and China spent their infrastructure dollars poorly, with ill effects; the U.S. should not make the same mistake.
Fluor's outlook is bullish as both the On-Balance-Volume and Moving Average Convergence Divergence are rising above the zero line.
A new study says you can screen stocks the way the 'big boys' do.
Investors should watch these names if talk intensifies of a reallocation of defense dollars.
Fluor and Barnes & Noble pass a rigorous screening process aimed at ferreting out good value bets.
Oil prices still are months from recovering, but it could pay to check out beaten-up industry suppliers.
Companies trading at low EV/EBIT ratios and buying back stock are proven performers for patient investors.
Crane, Compass Minerals and Fluor appear to offer much more reward than downside.
Emerson Electric, Dover and others may hold value for yield investors.
The automaker and construction giant both sell for modest multiples against forward earnings.