|Day Low/High||165.06 / 168.07|
|52 Wk Low/High||128.08 / 180.54|
Let's check the charts and indicators of this railroad.
Everyone keeps asking me if there's a recession around the corner. My answer: I don't see it.
Salesforce is characteristically sustaining strength despite a heap of headwinds.
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.
Selling Union Pacific after hitting resistance at the same spot yet again; moving into CSX after stabilizing just above $70.
Stranger things have happened, but with NFLX's subscriber miss, the stock just became hard money, joining the likes of Johnson & Johnson and CSX Corp.
Much of it occurs when someone jumps the gun, deciding that the headlines must be traded without any knowledge of what is underneath them.
And just why do we have a federal debt ceiling, anyway? An argument for doing away with it.
We examine how well each major player is trimming fat and improving efficiency on its business amid a potential slowdown.
While some of CSX's earnings numbers went off rails, the company posted an all-time best operating ratio, so CEO comments on call pretty 'puzzling.'
When there is fear in a sector, there is often opportunity as well.
The railroad has run into a snag amid what its CEO termed "the most puzzling" economic backdrop he has seen in his career.
UNP is up 20% for the year despite the economic jiggles.
Talks between Washington and Beijing unlikely to end tariffs, but what would be worse? If the Fed chief dropped his guard on a single tweet.
Only economists and pundits seem to be worried about a pending crash that might never occur.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.
Warren Buffett believes precision railroading is proving profitable. Is BNSF a new test case?
Businesses are spending. If you're making stuff... if you're buying stuff, then the railroads are moving stuff.
Negative political pressure is being felt in an overbearing way on the entire healthcare sector.
China reported positive data, bolstering markets. Netflix had a beat on earnings, but faces fierce competition ahead. CSX is a thing of beauty.
What I see from 10,000 feet above... in the age of suddenly profitable fuel as cargo, are the railroads.
It is going to be fast, it is going to be furious during a shortened week of trading.
Portfolio managers care more about Chinese expansion than they do Chinese trade talks.
Next week we'll be at the tail end of earnings season. It's been a blast, at least until this past week when we got some iffy news about trade.
They are killing it this earnings season, but how much is driven by a desire to beat tariffs?