|Day Low/High||92.51 / 93.05|
|52 Wk Low/High||64.46 / 93.76|
On days like this, the money just keeps sloshing around.
With bearish warning signs flashing in the charts, ETN bulls should be on alert.
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Autos here and abroad, airlines, oil … the list goes on.
Valuations are stretched in certain names and industries, so some profit-taking appears in order.
These names are now oversold and are sitting at attractive prices.
Though the lighting company handily has beaten forecasts, its valuation may be entering territory where it's hard to sustain.
We offer 10 names each in the Opportunistic Value portfolio and the Income-Oriented portfolio.
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...
It's a great opportunity for an overview of the industrial sector.
A downgrade fest has begun after run-ups in a bunch of stocks, but these cautionary steps may well be premature.
After a miserable 2015 and, in many cases, a poor start to 2016, the group has been on a tear.
ETN could advance to the mid-$60s before running into some overhead resistance.
Here is how a stock like Caterpillar can jump on terrible guidance.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says sluggish wage growth is one reason why the Federal Reserve woke up to reality this week.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says it’s time to stop talking about Donald Trump and to begin listening to what he’s saying about trade and policies that could impact American corporations.
From Apple to Pfizer, Donald Trump will have to attack big corporations.
Shares of the industrial company look strong despite recent comments by Hillary Clinton.
Rough start to 2016 should be seen as just a temporary pullback.
We think this is the beginning of a multiyear move that will take the stock a lot higher.
Pay attention to Eaton's stock as it appears to gain traction.
A biblical phrase encapsulates stock behaviors that happen with regularity.
TheStreet’s Jim Cramer says investors need protection in this market and they should look for high yielding stocks, like General Motors.
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