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It is always good to be sitting in for Doug Kass on the Daily Diary for today. It was kind of an uneventful day in the markets yesterday. Perhaps we will see move movement in trading today. The big news of the day is the administration pulling out o...
I just focus on what I believe to be true and what I understand best.
Selloffs like the one in marijuana stocks present entry points, if this is your cup of tea.
Stocks hold close to flatline in anticipation of earnings season
These railroad operators and suppliers match the investing philosophies of famous investors.
The market continues to grind higher by the hour. All the major indices are up nicely as we head into the last two hours of trading of what has been a more-than-solid opening to 2017 for investors. The North American rig count continues to increment...
The December jobs report comes in slightly below the consensus. However, with the revisions to the prior two months, jobs are higher for past three months by around 20,000. It's nice to see wages rise at the fastest rate in seven years. Still, it's ...
It can take many months or quarters before the market recognizes the value of a downtrodden name.
Lingering economic and earnings uncertainties make us leery of the staying power of last week's big bounce-back in stocks.
Doing some incremental buying in names hit by the selloff with little U.K. exposure.
There are ways to make money on recent stabilization without directly making a bet on oil prices.
The market is off to a good start, as the futures had portended earlier. Industrial and construction stocks seem to be doing particularly well. Rail-car maker Greenbrier Cos. (GBX) continues to show strength even after a recent earnings report that ...
Markets have opened slightly higher this morning, with some stocks worth calling out. Las Vegas Sands (LVS) is continuing its recent winning streak, as Macquarie boosted outlook for companies that operate casinos in the Chinese gambling hub of Macau...
The market opened pretty flat to begin this Friday, with Herbalife (HLF) providing the funniest thing I've seen in the markets in a while. HLF released scathing comments about activist investor Bill Ackman, stating that he should have done as much r...
Futures are up as we get less than an hour from the opening bell for October's last trading day. Earnings reports continued to hit fast and furious this morning, as about one third of S&P 500 companies report quarterly numbers this week. Here are th...
Shares of Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-A) are down over 12% thus far in 2015 compared to a 3% drop in the S&P 500.
If there were a Super Bowl for stocks, these companies could win.
Very hard to get behind industrial-related names here.
This morning we had several regional economic/manufacturing reports that, when collected together, painted a picture of a slowing domestic economy with the top-line figures, but more so with the underlying order data. Just a few weeks ago, there wer...
The market has improved quite a bit since my last update. All major indices are up nicely as we head into the European close. Rail car makers seemed to have bottomed this week. Trinity Industries (TRN) and Greenbrier Companies (GBX) are showing more...
Just look at which sectors did well and which are lagging.
Tanker-car maker replaces Chicago Bridge on my Best Ideas list.
July 4 holiday makes for a short week, but Greece and economic reports will make it interesting.
After U.S. GDP shrank 0.7% in the first quarter, RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace breaks down his read on the current state of the economy.