Stocks took a breather Monday, but the worst isn't over yet. Several technical indicators are blinking red right now.
After several years of stops and starts, it looks like the recovery is on solid ground -- and these stocks could be first in line to reap the benefits.
Corporate America is more pessimistic than ever, yet bullish investors seem not to care.
These economically sensitive industrial companies are expected to boost profits at least 10% in both 2014 and 2015 -- and their stocks are still cheap.
Buy and trade, or in this case sell and trade, can be the right methodology these days.
With figures for new home sales and durable goods orders expected, this could be a transition week.
Homebuilding stocks have recently rebounded strongly, and investors can now look to buy select stocks on future pullbacks.
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