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GE remains a cash flow based story, but I see two negatives.
Xiaomi shares plunged in Hong Kong trade Friday after the Department of Defense said the mobile-phone maker is part of China's 'military-civil fusion'.
Both Ford Motor and General Motors have been moving in the right direction of late on news events.
As a new president with clean energy intentions is set to enter the White House, here's how to play this industrial name.
I just love the sheer aggression, and the open willingness to remodel what had been a very successful industrial conglomerate.
The storied but out-of-favor name could retrace a recent rally, which could present an opportunity to buy.
All in all stick with the tipping pointers, they are the drivers of this and the next leg higher.
Equity markets have run wild since Oct. 30, and it is the more economically sensitive indices that have really taken flight.
The end of unbridled, pro-fossil fuel is over and, incredibly, that's good news for oil and gas companies.
I will come back to these names over and over again as we are now in the sweet spot for many.
After its boost from Boeing, GE could see a trading range for several months ahead.
Each day you hear analysts talk about headwinds and tailwinds until your head spins -- so let's try to put together a forecast.
The president takes aim at 31 companies that the Defense Department says have ties to the Chinese military.
Today we find out that not only have they hit paydirt, but many of their choices are twice blessed. Here's why.
The 'work from home' or 'economic lockdown' trade is close to being back on.
Just take the three most obvious letters in FAANG -- Facebook, Apple, and Netflix -- they were all ideas from my children.
Portfolio managers are starting to see a very strong 2021 for markets and the economy regardless of electoral results.
The minimum price most hedge funds will consider buying shares is $10.
Watch the plumbing of the U.S. financial system because this old house is about to spring a giant leak.
That's why ETFs make sense here.
Here's what to do when you get a number of charts of companies like General Electric, 3M and Honey that are bullish.
I still think the risk/reward scenario favors bets on the long side.
The research firms today put something in context that seems almost impossible: we are having a boom in the goods side, not the service side.
Somehow I think investors thought splits actually create value. That's just nuts.
Let's look at the Dow Jones' swapping of Exxon for Salesforce, Pfizer for Amgen and Raytheon for Honeywell.