|Day Low/High||94.84 / 96.94|
|52 Wk Low/High||78.33 / 105.99|
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, is buying shares of Emerson Electric and sees it becoming a core holding in her portfolio.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, is buying GE ahead of its September analyst meeting given industry-leading performance and second half catalysts.
Despite some choppiness here, we continue to like all four of these names.
Here are two more industrial stocks that can help you weather the uncertainty.
If you're going to buy a post-earnings dip, here's what to watch for.
Look through everything as a play on who benefits when commodities fall and who benefits when commodities rise.
Being prepared to pounce when the market acts irrationally is a good way to ensure above-average investment results.
This is the area for stocks that are too high to buy, but too low to sell, and a terrible place to be.
This trio of smaller industrial names offers an alternative to their large-cap brethren.
When the cyclical stocks start chugging higher, these downgraders won't be able to change direction fast enough.
When the market gives you an inefficient price, separate yourself from the masses and buy. Right now, this pair of solid names would be a good start.
The sector is poised to break out soon, so keep an eye on these particular names.
Traders sold into the rally in heavy volume, so back away and wait for the next pullback.
Banks and industrials are strong, and we're seeing leadership from Apple and Google.
Now's not the time to go "all in" on US stocks. But those who have been patient with cash may soon find buys.
Tuesday presented us with the realization that Washington has done enormous damage to the economy.