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The rail car maker is likely riding into a slower period of demand for its products, which investors should keep in mind when considering it as a dividend play.
Their overseas business has been carrying them.
Once TRN breaks out we could see it move above the $30 area.
The market continues to grind higher by the hour. All the major indices are up nicely as we head into the last two hours of trading of what has been a more-than-solid opening to 2017 for investors. The North American rig count continues to increment...
The bullish side dominates, with consumer cyclicals and energy names most prevalent.
ValueAct Capital has a history of investing at the right time of a down cycle.
This small but growing company is a backdoor play for agriculture and road infrastructure.
As we approach the closing bell, I'm getting ready for the earnings reports that will hit after the close. They include American Railcar (ARII) and Trinity Industries (TRN), which I touched on earlier today; Applied Materials (AMAT), which will shed...
I almost missed the fact amid this morning's flurry that the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has cut its 2016 economic-growth forecast once again. The group lowered its 2016 global-growth forecast by 0.3 percentage points to 3%...
Very hard to get behind industrial-related names here.
This morning we had several regional economic/manufacturing reports that, when collected together, painted a picture of a slowing domestic economy with the top-line figures, but more so with the underlying order data. Just a few weeks ago, there wer...
Wall Street analysts covering American Airlines (AAL) better get their erasers ready because the drop in fuel prices will soon have them raising their earnings estimates.
The market has improved quite a bit since my last update. All major indices are up nicely as we head into the European close. Rail car makers seemed to have bottomed this week. Trinity Industries (TRN) and Greenbrier Companies (GBX) are showing more...
New truck orders are down, and rail car loadings continue to slide.
After U.S. GDP shrank 0.7% in the first quarter, RealMoney Pro contributor Chris Versace breaks down his read on the current state of the economy.
After a spike, recent rail data indicate an economy not yet on track.
What does this mean for just-in-time manufacturing world?
Positive results and data should benefit rail stocks such as ARII
Take advantage of unwarranted dislocations in these two stocks.
The company recently bested quarterly expectations and could be up for a new government contract.