Some are sporting prices that look rich, if judged by price-to-earnings ratios, and could be ready for a pullback.
If you believe that the economy will keep recovering, then this is the sector to own.
Given management's earnings per share growth projection and 20 percent return on invested capital for the next three years, these shares deserve respect.
Income-seeking investors don't have to settle for yields. These companies offer more.
There are plenty of quarterly reports on deck. Here's what to expect from some of the biggest names.
Investors are punishing and rewarding stocks, sometimes without much reasoning other than the central bank's decision not to taper.
Apple pushes the Nasdaq and Nasdaq-100 to 13-year highs, and the Dow jumps 141, its best day since mid-July, thanks to gains from Caterpillar, 3M and IBM.
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