|Day Low/High||148.51 / 152.98|
|52 Wk Low/High||100.55 / 193.76|
Boeing and Norfolk Southern's tour de force calls were in stark contrast to Tuesday's disasters.
There is likely more headline risk to our front than to our rear.
The world remains dangerous, and dangerous toys are not just simply in demand -- demand is increasing rapidly.
Seven more areas that you should buy on a dip any time trade jitters take the market down.
I just focus on what I believe to be true and what I understand best.
GD has been contained in a choppy sideways pattern the past two months.
I especially like Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Diamondback Energy here.
What if everyone believes in free trade, but not everyone harbors the same understanding of the term?
Strategic investing should not rely upon the whims of a politically volatile environment.
Most of all, we have all learned that, no..... it doesn't come easy.
The Dow dropped more than 500 points at its lowest Thursday.
After trading sideways around $200 since June, GD broke out on the upside.
John Flannery sees progress being made on GE's initiatives, but that is what I expected him to say.
Stocks of companies that go hand and hand with an economic expansion just won't quit.
There are plenty of reasons why the stock market isn't falling, from defense and aerospace, to booming energy, to reduced regulation.
It looks like China is building again.
All the great stocks have artificial intelligence and e-commerce in common.
Tech names and small-cap stocks could be big winners from tax cuts and cash repatriation -- and here's how to play it.
The risk of a push back into the mid-to-low $190s feels real here.
Stocks are rising as Wall Street responds to Trump's Afghanistan strategy.
But you should always have cash and gold anyway.
Trump's foreign policy philosophy is grounded in economics -- and that extends to wars, as well.