|Day Low/High||148.27 / 150.15|
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All we are doing now, with Trump, is finally fighting back.
It looks like Wall Street didn't even come close to discounting the favorable impact of tax reform.
Analysts across the board upgraded a host of major stocks on Wednesday, including Oracle, IBM and United Technologies, among others.
These stocks remain among the best places to be.
There are plenty of reasons why the stock market isn't falling, from defense and aerospace, to booming energy, to reduced regulation.
UTX is just a few dollars away from an upside breakout, so this is a good time to review the latest charts.
These are both defensive deals, in which the buyers want to change their image.
As the S&P Index moves parabolically, it's interesting to note that FANG and its ilk -- e.g. Tesla -- continue to be conspicuous laggards. Even Apple is a slight underperformer (+$2) after a $4 decline on Wednesday. Some of my more prominent short...
The problem is that the buy point is so hard to recognize.
Boeing, Caterpillar and Illinois Tool Works are just a few of the companies benefiting.
For one thing, analysts now matter. Go figure.
Amid a CNBC report that Rockwell Automation has rebuffed offers by Emerson Electric, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said this would be an opportunity to scoop up shares of Emerson.
Analysis of Boeing's and Visa's latest quarterly results.
It looks like China is building again.
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said United Technologies saw weakness in China in its most recent quarter.
Strong earnings from Dow components Caterpillar, McDonald's and 3M were on track to push the blue-chip index higher after a 0.23% decline on Monday.
Entering GE too early has its costs, but there are ways to mitigate them.
Amid Procter & Gamble's PG mixed quarterly results, TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said the company is in a challenged business.
When management gets ahead of bad news, it allows a stock to prosper when the company reports earnings.
Pay less attention to the daily noise and more to individual stocks.
This administration is a lot more receptive to mergers and acquisitions.
This deal wouldn't have gone through a year ago.
Numbers on industrial production and retail sales don't tell the real story.
Investors frequently sell at the moment they should be buying.
Down $10 from where the Rockwell Collins deal was announced, United Tech seems a screaming buy.
The hurricanes are interrupting the decline of some very important business cycles.