|Day Low/High||28.02 / 28.68|
|52 Wk Low/High||22.84 / 38.57|
TEX is an example of how an oversold firm with good fundamentals might be just the ticket to huge gains.
After the market close, we have a number of earnings reports coming at us, and one of my standard practices is to make a list as to which companies are reporting, and what's expected. This way, as the results hit the tape, I can perform a quick tria...
Taking advantage of currently cheap prices and historic volatility, grab Terex shares and wait for the next good move toward $45-$55.
Insider buying by corporate officers should be taken as optimistic visions of the future prospects of their companies and their stock prices.
Terex is a major league, high volatility stock (beta = 1.65). That's perfect for those seeking quick profits.
If we can advance without China then who the heck knows where we can go with it.
Caterpillar couldn't escape the macro headwinds that have curbed broader market gains.
TEX stock is showing weakness on the charts.
The stocks that performed well were the stocks that you would reach for in a recession.
These stocks remain among the best places to be.
The two hurricanes undermined the computers -- and here are a bunch of stocks that are benefiting.
Bearish names dominate this week and financials in particular.
As we all know, the stock market and the economy abhor uncertainty.
Here are some things that I'm watching as we approach today's opening bell: Home Depot (HD) is looking flattish in premarket trading, although I'm not really a fan of trading in the after-hours period. It tends to be expensive and inefficient. We've...
Chinese buyers are showing a growing interest in the beaten down industrial sector, and the latest target to enter the spotlight is U.S. crane maker Terex.
The market has continued to meander in a narrow range today and is slightly down across the board. Some of the softness may be due to Fed comments about a possible rate hike in December -- not something I believe will happen unless we get more than ...
I've long suggested that Fastenal (FAST) is a terrific window into the domestic industrial-and-manufacturing economy. Well, this is from yesterday's Fastenal earnings call: Daniel Florness, Fastenal Chief Financial Officer: "I would argue that anybo...
Its products are superb. But nobody wants them right now.