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Chart Industries was a winner within the industrial industry, rising $1.80 (2.5%) to $73.73 on heavy volume
Chart Industries was a leading decliner within the industrial industry, falling $1.98 (-2.4%) to $79.31 on average volume
Chart Industries was a leading decliner within the industrial industry, falling $1.51 (-1.8%) to $82.66 on average volume
Chart Industries (GTLS) drops on Tuesday after fourth-quarter sales and earnings come in below expectations.
Chart Industries was a winner within the industrial industry, rising $1.45 (1.6%) to $90.88 on light volume
Chart Industries was a leading decliner within the industrial industry, falling $1.66 (-1.8%) to $92.19 on average volume
Chart Industries was a leading decliner within the industrial industry, falling $2.02 (-2.2%) to $90.02 on heavy volume
The natural-gas boom and its after-effects tell us that good news is good news.
Acquisitions are driving Apple's rising stock price while Michael Kors is a better portfolio choice than Vince.
Is good news for the economy bad news for stocks? That's the question that's been plaguing the markets for the past three years, Cramer says.
Chart Industries was a winner within the industrial industry, rising $2.90 (3.0%) to $100.20 on heavy volume
Cramer is not gambling on Boyd Gaming and can't get behind Chart Industries.
Companies at the other end of the country from Washington D.C. are embracing the cloud and turning problems into solutions, Cramer says.
In the latest look at stocks ordered by largest market capitalization, Russell 3000 component Chart Industries Inc was identified as having a larger market cap than the smaller end of the S&P 500, for example JDS Uniphase Corp , according to The Online Investor. Market capitalization is an important data point for investors to keep an eye on, for various reasons.
Be careful with Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Cramer advises, and avoid Avon Products entirely.
Investors eyeing a purchase of Chart Industries Inc shares, but cautious about paying the going market price of $123.93/share, might benefit from considering selling puts among the alternative strategies at their disposal. One interesting put contract in particular, is the March 2014 put at the $105 strike, which has a bid at the time of this writing of $5.40.
Stay away from Carnival, Magnum Hunter Resources is getting its act together and Cooper Companies is terrific, Cramer says.
As the deadlock continues, the Treasury Department could focus on paying only bonds and little else, but that would send our economy into a hard recession, Cramer warns.
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