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|52 Wk Low/High||150.75 / 264.66|
For starters, trouble for banks, drugs, energy and M&A.
It won't be clear for some time how the Brexit "leave" vote will shape our own tax, spending, immigration, trade and diplomatic policies.
Value investors should look at lesser-known names to participate in any rally.
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TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said Caterpillar is his top infrastructure play, and he also likes Vulcan Materials, and Martin Marietta Materials.
Sell longs if you are long or perhaps buy puts as this latest advance does not look sustainable.
As Marty Zweig might have said, stay in the game.
Jim Cramer said while investors remain worried about a big plunge in the stock market, many stocks are already in bear market territory.
Detached from overseas negatives, the market reacts rationally.
That winter has done a number on our roads. This is good news for several construction names.
Traders and investors are positioning themselves for positive moves.
The market invariably rewards serious value-creation moves like these.
Here are some takeaways from this year's Ira Sohn investment conference.
A merger between these sand-and-gravel giants won't trap investors between a rock and a hard place.
With construction cycles sitting near rock-bottom levels, the industry is due for a turnaround.
These banks are sensitive to the emerging trends in jobs and non-residential construction.
In addition to the consequences of exposure to Europe, their core businesses are not doing well at home.