United Technologies Corp. (UTX)

49.93
36.08 41.95
NYSE : Producer Manufacturing
Prev Close 86.01
Open 51.34
Day Low/High 48.05 / 51.46
52 Wk Low/High 138.04 / 316.87
Volume 18.14M
Avg Volume 7.09M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 866.16M
Market Cap 79.14B
EPS 6.50
P/E Ratio 13.42
Div & Yield 2.94 (3.22%)
Optimism as the Smoke Clears

Optimism as the Smoke Clears

I didn't think sentiment would change that fast.

Stocks Just Have to Outrun China

Stocks Just Have to Outrun China

The decline in China is distorting almost every conference call.

My Dow Report Card (Part 1)

My Dow Report Card (Part 1)

What grades do the Dow components get so far?

Beware of 'Lumpy'

Beware of 'Lumpy'

If you hear this word on a call, you know the stock is heading down.

Getting Perspective on China's Crisis

Getting Perspective on China's Crisis

Rather than panic, wait for the shakeout to create bargains.

Helicopter Delay Helps United Technologies' Profit, Hurts Revenue

Helicopter Delay Helps United Technologies' Profit, Hurts Revenue

Shares of United Technologies are rising nearly 1% after the diversified manufacturer reported better-than-expected profit for the fourth quarter.

10 Themes Taking Shape for 2014

10 Themes Taking Shape for 2014

If you don't place your bets now, you could fall behind for the rest of the year.

One Quiet Selloff

One Quiet Selloff

It's nothing more than logical profit-taking.

Jim Cramer: Watch the Jobs Report Friday, Focus on Industrials

Jim Cramer: Watch the Jobs Report Friday, Focus on Industrials

TheStreet's Jim Cramer says investors should pay close attention to this Friday's jobs report.

United Technologies Set Up Well for 2014

United Technologies Set Up Well for 2014

It should benefit from upticks in both aerospace and commercial construction.

How the Dow Will Fare in 2014, Part III

How the Dow Will Fare in 2014, Part III

I round out my predictions for the Dow 30.

UTX Analyst Mtg.

Plenty of Ways Into This Market

Plenty of Ways Into This Market

The discounts are there. You just need to keep your eyes open.

Cramer: Europe Is the New Swing Factor

Cramer: Europe Is the New Swing Factor

The EU recovery has put heavily exposed U.S. techs and industrials in an enviable position.

The Bell May Have Been Rung

For the U.S. stock market, that is. "I'm glad you're home, well, did you really miss me? I guess you did by the look in your eye (Look in your eye, look in your eye) Well, lay back and relax, while I put away the dishes (Away the dishes) Then you an...

The Week Ahead: A Fog of War

The Week Ahead: A Fog of War

This shutdown-induced uncertainty should make for a bumpy ride

Numbers Have to Come Down

Numbers Have to Come Down

Comments from UTX have caught people's attention.

UTX Analyst Mtg.

Reading This Fed Rotation

Reading This Fed Rotation

Keeping up with the insanity.

What a Real Bull Market Feels Like

What a Real Bull Market Feels Like

Lots to buy and not much that's down.

No Rhyme or Reason

No Rhyme or Reason

This market doesn't know what it wants, so it's a good time to stand aside.

Jefferies Industrial Conf.

The Day Ahead: Tying Earnings Season Together

These 17 things may or may not make you a couple of dollars.

The Hated Rally Continues

The Hated Rally Continues

Stronger prospects for China and key commodities are supportive for the global markets outlook.

Industrials Guiding Higher

Industrials Guiding Higher

Talk of a better second half from United Technologies motivated buyers. Cuttone's Keith Bliss says expectations are low for Apple.

Early-Morning Market Look

Let's take a look at the overnight and early-morning price action of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures +3; Nikkei +; European markets +; euro -; crude oil -$0.80; gold -$9 (after yesterday's outsized gain); and 10-year U.S. note yiel...

We've Got a Real Blind Spot

We've Got a Real Blind Spot

We endure the negatives and we obscure the positives.

5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street

5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street

Elan Insanity, Walter's Wild Ride, Pratt's Spat and Oy Vey Orchard highlight Gregg Greenberg's list this week of the Street's dumbest items.