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It is all about perception, and here are strong names to pick up on market weakness.
The maker of auto assemblies saw its zenith in May and is still in a weak technical position, so avoid the shares.
Let's check out the price charts and indicators.
Here's what these two hated names need to do to get people to change their minds -- and get new shareholders.
Because of the country's strong energy, commodity and financial industries, investors can find a host of high-quality dividend stocks in Canada.
The two hurricanes undermined the computers -- and here are a bunch of stocks that are benefiting.
From Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's "Transports Getting Run off the Road": Take today's news about Norfolk Southern . The quarter really was terrific, with solid cargo growth all the way down the line. But when the Q&A came on the all-important conferen...
Rail and airline stocks are seeing a shocking obliteration.
Down in the comments section, there was some chatter about autonomous driving. From my perspective, there are a number of tailwinds behind this, and the implications that will cut across industries are likely to be staggering. Before we get there, ...
Shares are also reasonably priced at 14.7x fiscal 2017 EPS estimates.
U.S. futures rise ahead of the release of a couple of key economic indicators.
GM announced Monday it would put $500 million into Lyft’s latest $1 billion fund-raising round.
Stocks spent much of Thursday in the red ahead of the jobs report out Friday morning.
The U.S. added a solid 215,000 jobs in July, which could help push a Fed rate hike in September.
The deal provides strong upside potential and new revenue streams, despite hefty price tag.
Stephanie Link sees more room to grow in the auto sector, good visibility in aerospace, and big gains in truck demand.
Here are four auto stocks I recommend for playing the continuing demand for replacement parts, and pent-up demand for new cars.