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The stock seems to have bottomed in the low $90s.
Stephanie Link has been positive on the Residential/Non-Residential Construction theme for 2014 and into 2015, particularly non-residential, as the overall domestic economy continues to improve.
Twitter is the latest initiation in Action Alerts Plus, even as the stock hit a 52-week high.
Regional Bank, Southwest Bancorp (OKSB), is Stephanie Link’s feature stock on her blog this week, Link on TheStreet.
The turnaround effected by its new management team has caught my attention.
The expected recovery in residential and non-residential construction demand is one of Stephanie Link’s top themes in 2014.
Low rates and bullish company calls mean these building-material plays look good.
Retail Sales Data came in lower than expected and Macy’s disappointed on earnings, suggesting that consumer discretionary spending trends are affecting the bottom line.
This asset manager's stock pullback looks like an opportunity.
Why I'm bullish on this stock for the long term.