DETROIT (TheStreet) -- The Detroit Auto Show shines a spotlight on the auto industry, and on auto stocks.
The show opens Jan. 15, but the press preview, expected to attract about 5,000 journalists (including TheStreet) from around the world, will take place Monday and Tuesday. Additionally, an investor conference, attended by many industry analysts, is scheduled for Tuesday."The auto show has historically been an important touch point for how the companies are feeling about demand for the year, about how they see their fundamentals shaping up for the year," said ConvergEx Group strategist Nicholas Colas. "It focuses the market's attention dramatically, because every analyst and every investor sees every company for a week -- it's the whole industry in five calendar days."
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