Elevated P/E ratios may take you places you don't want to go.
Railway companies stand to benefit as demand for crude oil transportation expands.
The CEO of a railroad giant projects sufficient growth, and it's all private sector driven.
As the markets hit all-time highs, an old-line railroad stock is one of the leading performers.
The automobile business is strong. So is construction, based on shipments on the nation's railroads. Crude oil is a hot commodity. Coal is suffering from low prices.
Recent market trends such as the surge in natural gas prices support this renewed outlook.
Tenet Healthcare is upgraded to 'buy,' and JetBlue is downgraded to 'neutral.'
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