This guidance adjustment does not change our long-term view on the company, so we will look to add on any share weakness.
We raised a little cash this week, feeling it prudent given the global uncertainties.
This week, we had whipsaws and reversals galore.
This auto-parts maker a turnaround story, and the U.S. auto market is improving.
The action we suggested should be closed now that the AAP team has exited.
We're focusing on its core industrial business ahead of the IPO of GE Capital.
Johnson Controls disappoints; Lear is better for auto parts.
Higher revenue and improved cost-per-clicks offset a bottom-line miss.
The major indices dive in late trading, though the S&P holds support.
A prudent move in a difficult macro environment.