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Low rates and bullish company calls mean these building-material plays look good.
Here is my technical analysis of the Action Alerts PLUS portfolio positions: 'The At-Risk.' By Tim Collins The last in the group are the toughest ones to judge. Some big scary teeth and sharp claws, but many are smiling and some even offering flower...
Where it began. The rundown: U.S. futures are lower this morning (S&P 500 is down by 3 handles, Nasdaq is 10 handles lower). European stocks are in the red by an average of about 0.40%. Nikkei is up 1.13% following some better-than-expected profit r...
U.S. stocks closed mostly unchanged but Facebook (FB) helped to push the S&P 500 to end on another record high.
The stock has now generated a long-term overbought signal.
Suddenly these companies have gone from embarrassing to, yes, embarrassingly rich.
Construction in this area has badly lagged, but recent data suggest it is now poised for improvement.
I am following the buyers in Anadarko and setting up a play in Stanley Black & Decker.
WMT touches our lives in visible and less visible ways.
Home Depot, Dick's and Best Buy should all be bought on any pullbacks.
General Electric spring-loaded its stock, but Stanley Black and Decker fell on its face.
The macro situation is obscuring the action in individual names.
Coronado's Collapse, BlackBerry's Bad Ad, Bank Earnings Brouhaha, Stanley's Presumption and Dagong Show highlight Gregg Greenberg's list.
Washington hasn't fundamentally addressed any of these issues.
The political drama continues playing the market like a fiddle.
You must have a coverage universe of stocks that consists of the less headline-making companies.
Despite increased mortgage rates there are plenty of stocks for playing a housing recovery says Stephanie Link, Co-Portfolio Manager of AAP.