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Stock picking matters more than most investors realize this fall. Here's a look at five stocks that could still blast off in the final months of 2016...
The third-quarter earnings season kicked off this week with a number of S&P 500 companies showcasing their recent performances in industries as wide-ranging as banking to air travel.
The next chart resistance doesn't appear until the $34 level, so there is room for CSX to move higher.
CSX's stock price target was increased to $37 at Stephens today following the company's 2016 third quarter results.
Wall Street claws back from a heavy selloff earlier in the session Thursday after worries over China's economic growth fade and crude oil regains a level above $50 a barrel.
Stocks come back from lows on Thursday afternoon as crude oil regains a level above $50 a barrel and worries over China's economic growth fade.
After CSX posted better-than-expected 2016 third-quarter results, Virtus Investment Partners Chief Market Strategist Joe Terranova says rails have worked across the board.
U.S. stocks bottomed out at session lows on Thursday as weak trade data reignited worries over growth in China's economy.
Jim Cramer weighs in on whether to buy CSX following its strong third-quarter earnings report.
CSX has done a 'remarkable job' on operating, Jim Cramer says.
Stock losses accelerate shortly after market open Thursday as worries over growth in China's economy return after monthly exports tumbled.
The U.S. railroad beat earnings expectations thanks to its continued streamlining but it's still far from its efficiency target and has little low hanging fruit left to pick.
CSX reported stronger-than-anticipated earnings and revenue for the 2016 third quarter late yesterday.
Looking at employment and inflation, the Fed's mandate has been met.
Stock futures slid on Thursday morning as worries over growth in China's economy returned.
CSX today reported earnings and revenue that were above analysts' expectations for the 2016 third quarter.
CSX CSX is set to report fiscal 2016 third quarter earnings after the market close on Wednesday.
CSX reports earnings under a positive but overbought weekly chart.
U.S. stock futures are lower; investors await the minutes of latest Federal Reserve meeting for clues on interest rates; Samsung slashes guidance and Ericsson issues a profit warning.
On Wednesday, October 12, investors await the minutes of the Federal Reserve's September meeting and quarterly earnings from railway company CSX Corporation.
Wall Street sells off as a disappointing quarterly performance from Alcoa heralds a poor start to the third-quarter earnings season and crude oil retreats from highs.
Stock losses accelerate on Tuesday afternoon as a disappointing quarterly performance from Alcoa heralds a poor start to the third-quarter earnings season.
If coal inventories have indeed bottomed then CSX will move higher, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says railroad stocks like CSX Corp. can go higher so long as coal inventories have bottomed.
CSX will post its 2016 third quarter earnings after Wednesday's market close.
Don’t worry too much about jobs data, instead focus on upcoming corporate guidance.
CSX shares have risen by 19.7% in 2016, due to investor optimism, cost-cutting and buybacks. But has CSX gone as far as it can?