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International Paper Doesn't Look Like an Attractive Investment

With considerable chart resistance in the $50 to $56 area International Paper is not attractive at this time.

Cummins Looks Poised for an Upside Breakout, but Don't Jump the Gun

CMI looks poised to break above the October and December highs, but it may be held back by news or rumors on the U.S.-China trade front.

Kulicke and Soffa Industries Is Once Again In Double-Net Territory

It could be a rocky period for KLIC due to soft demand for the next quarter.

So Far, So Good for My 2019 Double-Net Value Portfolio

The 22 names in the portfolio as a group are outpacing the value components of the Russell 2000 and Russell Microcap indices.

Emerson Electric Lacks Real Spark, So Keep Positions Small

The diversified manufacturer's shares have held the $65 area for months and could try the upside again, but traders should be cautious.

FOMC's Latest Policy Statement Isn't as Innocuous As You May Think: Market Recon

The notion that business fixed investment has moderated only recently undersells what's really going on here.

Knoll Profits on Corporate Growth, Dismisses Tariff Concerns

Cogan told TheStreet that he's not too worried about a slowdown in the housing market or the threat of more tariffs.

How Did Caterpillar Get Its Name?

So what does a company specializing in heavy machinery share in common with a very hungry insect. Watch to find out.

UPS Is Thinking About a Future With Autonomous Vehicles

Will the race towards fully autonomous driving weigh on UPS? TheStreet discusses the company's autonomous efforts with CFO Richard Peretz.

Auto Stocks Are Getting Slammed, Tronc May Sell and Earnings After the Bell

Let's go over the top stories from Wednesday morning.