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Freight loadings are picking up, and the supply of cars is tight.
And a vast amount of economic data is due in the next few days.
First topic of the day is railroad cars, specifically oil tank cars. By Bret Jensen It's nice to fill in for Doug Kass who is on the West Coast today. It is cold down here in Miami this morning, or what passes for cold (60 and breezy) to be more acc...
The railcar maker's earnings will tell us a lot about the sector and beyond.
All the while, the pipeline remains an unrequited opportunity.
The numbers continue to suggest tepid economic growth ahead.
When multiple execs at a company show consistent sales, it's a cue to ring the register.
That's the question of the day as the indices hit all-time highs and analysts raise their S&P estimates.
Given the uncertainty in the industry, investors may want to find alternate means of transport.
Data are firming, and the 'cliff' is averted -- but the rebound will be constrained.
A combination of the softness in the economy and a cloud of uncertainty will restrain spending for new rail cars.
In divining where Trinity shares may be headed, I'll be looking closely at the upcoming Greenbriar report.
Rail operators are booming, and when they need railcars, they call Greenbrier.
A faster transition to green cars looks likely, and these names are set to ride the wave.
The group is seeing signs of rebounding demand, and Trinity Industries may have the inside track.
Industry freight car orders have rebounded and grown faster than industry shipments
Some distressed securities hold hidden value, and I'm following the shrewdest vulture of them all: Wilbur Ross.