Best Investments for
Hell hath no fury like a hedge fund manager out of position. That's what you are seeing today, as portfolio managers recognize they don't have enough cyclical exposure.
This exchange-traded fund is knocking on the door of a new all-time high.
In 2014, investors showed they were not as patient with conglomerates as some business models often require. Here's how to think about 2015.
Banks and industrials are deal-less sectors in a deal-filled world, and that is what's making them suffer.
Given management's 9% to 11% growth projection in earnings per share and 20% return on invested capital for the next three years, these shares deserve respect.
The multi-sector conglomerates sector is less overvalued than most sectors and I have identified seven stocks that can be considered "buy and trade" candidates.
GE's industrial division is slated to outgrow its competitors, says an analyst.
Europe's uncertainty has suddenly made companies with outsize U.S. exposure attractive.
Europe's uncertainty has suddenly made companies with outsize U.S. exposure attractive. In the video, Chao Deng recaps the day.
Steer clear of economically sensitive companies with a short-cycle mix, favoring 'broken' sectors instead.
United Technologies stays close to its area of expertise, engineering, while avoiding far-flung -- and riskier -- industries that General Electric has moved into.
General Electric shares were up Wednesday following a bullish report from Goldman Sachs that appears to have been produced largely by a computer.
Investor enthusiasm should be curbed and tempered by our present economic reality.