With the US and China growing, industrial stocks look alluring.
America’s revitalized energy sector is reshaping the U.S. economy.
The robust energy outlook is lifting the profits of sector companies.
Caterpillar, Deere and other manufacturers are poised for growth.
Lower natural gas prices will improve the competitiveness of US industry.
We analyze four investments by looking at the Weighted Average Cost of Capital calculation.
We’re high on manufacturing companies that are attractively priced and enjoy global footprints.
U.S. stocks just saw their heaviest selling day since June. Yet the price data suggest we’re in for a minor pullback at this point, not a major one.
The increased production of natural gas liquids such as ethane, propane and butane has lowered the input costs for the chemical industry.
The chip company stumbled earlier this year but now seems to be on track for a large gross margin expansion going forward.