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Don't get sucked in by the lure of good momentum; that story almost always ends badly.
The Fed's dovish tone is giving stocks the boost they need Wednesday.
3M shareholders have good reason to expect continued growth, especially as the company aims to tap new Chinese markets.
The manufacturer is likely to unveil an accelerated share-buyback program, along with other initiatives, to meet its sunny 2016 outlook.
Dozens of companies are using debt to pay for share repurchases.
An overdue pullback appears likely and should result in a low-risk entry opportunity for bulls.
Upside momentum is waning as it enters overbought turf, and a healthy pullback appears on the way.
Consistency counts and that’s why investors should stick with dividend growers like McCormick & Company, 3M and Jack Henry in a volatile market.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer said you want to aggressively buy shares of 3M, which had an ‘unbelievable’ quarter.
Hess' recent move to sell stock requires a closer look.
Utilities, tobacco and staples are doing incredibly well.
As the market gives up on sectors such as health care and apparel, buy the best of the best of those sectors -- but do it in stages.
Is it Friday yet? A day full of sound and fury but perhaps signifying nothing. As I expected, the Fed acknowledged tightening financial conditions in the credit markets. Spreads have widened and the cost of debt and capital has risen. Here's my Fed ...
Janet Yellen and her colleagues should listen to companies' conference calls.
Wall Street roared back Tuesday as crude oil prices bounced higher and several companies reported strong earnings.
Despite another drop in Chinese equities, copper and zinc have rallied more than 2%.
Along came quality earnings from a few solid companies and the narrative changed.
Stocks surged in midday trading as oil prices bounced back Tuesday.
But it takes time for good charts to develop, and we are still struggling to establish a solid low.
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher on Tuesday as crude prices bounced back above $30 a barrel.
Only 5 Dow stocks are trading below where they were back at China's August low.
Bulls should be wise and stand aside until healthy action develops.
It cut guidance and has virtually no operating leverage.
General Mills (GIS) is a still a stock to hold for the long term, even as the company missed on earnings due to a slump in cereal sales, says Cramer.
The statement may have been the most impressive in Fed history.
It indicates future increases will be modest and gradual and will take into account domestic and international developments.
Its use of the word "gradual" regarding the pace of future rate hikes is giving solace to the markets.