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Here are five things you must know for Friday, April 21.
We ought to open our eyes to what we don't care about, to what's still made here.
Their overseas business has been carrying them.
We know that we are in the era when index managers are ascendant.
These stocks weren't quitting in a weak environment, and now they shine in a strong one.
There are nearly too many surging sectors to count.
I prefer revenue growth to corporate cash repatriation.
The market is breaking free of much of what's been holding it back.
Today's rally is less-Trump, more-earnings; but don't get too cocky.
They have become a referendum on Trump's plans for lower corporate taxes.
The stocks of companies that show good fundamentals are a buy, not a sell.
Honeywell met earnings estimates in the fourth quarter but missed on the top line. It held its 2017 guidance in place.
On Friday, investors will get quarterly results from American Airlines and the release of fourth quarter gross domestic product.
Jim Cramer says Honeywell's outgoing CEO Dave Cote has 'done a remarkable job,' but he's not a fan of owning shares in companies where he doesn't know the new CEO.
For the week of January 23, investors will be watching Donald Trump's first full week as President of the United States.
Here's how to use charts to trade five stocks, including Dow Chemical and Honeywell.
Earnings season heats up next week as Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
The December employment report also showed that the labor participation rate has not budged.
We are in the sweet spot where analyst upgrades can make any stock jump.
Donald Trump wasn't the only big winner in November, the U.S. Dollar also emerged victorious.
U.S. stocks turn lower by late-morning trade, putting the Dow Jones Industrial Average further from its psychologically important 20,000 level.
Whoever sold HON down this morning is completely lacking in 'horse sense.'
Trump's plan to rebuild the U.S. military could benefit these somewhat expensive contractors.
ARNC still needs to prove itself so buying on strength is the way I would operate.
Patience is a virtue, especially with some of these names.
After the election passes we are going to talk about companies again -- and these have done well.