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The motorcycle maker seems poised for a turnaround, while the industrial giant takes on more of a technology flair.
Many of the problems at the motorcycle maker are in its rear-view mirror and it's ready to cruise ahead.
Rough start to 2016 should be seen as just a temporary pullback.
2016 is already off to a good start for the storied motorcycle manufacturer.
The worst appears behind the motorcycle maker and it should do more than spin its wheels in 2016.
For patient investors, a very low-risk entry opportunity is at hand.
The company's ROE indicators show false improvement.
This year's market conditions have created a list chock full of choices.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer answered questions from social media on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.
Both stocks are hurting today, and retailers look weak in general.
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Recent bumps in the roads have created a compelling entry point for jumping on the motorcycle maker.
The market has rallied by about five handles from the lows (halving the losses) on the Valeant Pharmaceuticals' (VRX) defense release. However, I continue to focus on the following negative indicators: Bond prices are higher -- iShares 20+ Year Trea...
Prices for HOG could hold around the $45 level, the former resistance in 2011 and the mid-point of trading in 2012.
Stocks traded lower midday Tuesday as better-than-expected earnings from Verizon (VZ) boosted telecoms, while a disappointing quarter from IBM (IBM) dragged on the tech sector.
More misallocation of capital: Harley-Davidson (HOG) says it repurchased 9.4 million shares of its stock at $57 a share on average during the third quarter.
I will be mostly updating my thoughts about specific companies today -- Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A, BRK.B), IBM (IBM), Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB), BB&T Corp. (BBT), Regions Financial (RF), Harley-Davidson (HOG) and a few others.
A decisive break down below $55 is likely to result in a subsequent decline to next chart support around the $40 level.
Although itis never comfortable buying into a selloff, it will look very smart in 6 months.
Don't be fooled, Warren Buffett is still on the prowl for acquisitions.
A basic checklist will help determine what you should do with a stock.
Harley Davidson (HOG) posted a sharp drop in profits on Tuesday as the company faced international headwinds from the strong dollar.
The parade of reports continues amid troubling remarks out of Iran.