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3 Stocks You Don't Know Could Boost your Portfolio Hugely

3 Stocks You Don't Know Could Boost your Portfolio Hugely

An engineering consultancy business, an infrastructure investment fund, and a chemicals company all have significant upside.

Alcoa Gains Even After Forecasting Weak Demand in 2019

Alcoa Gains Even After Forecasting Weak Demand in 2019

The company says it expects shipments across its business to be flat this year.

The Charts of PPG Are Bullish Despite the News - A Sign to Buy

The Charts of PPG Are Bullish Despite the News - A Sign to Buy

The technical signals and clues for PPG all point up.

So Far, So Good for My 2019 Double-Net Value Portfolio

So Far, So Good for My 2019 Double-Net Value Portfolio

The 22 names in the portfolio as a group are outpacing the value components of the Russell 2000 and Russell Microcap indices.

Flotek Shares Nearly Double After Selling Chemical Unit to Archer Daniels

Flotek Shares Nearly Double After Selling Chemical Unit to Archer Daniels

Flotek is selling its Florida Chemical business for $175 million in cash.

KB Home Stock Jumps After Company Beat Earnings Estimates

KB Home Stock Jumps After Company Beat Earnings Estimates

KB home scored big on its earnings report.

In Case You Missed it: Why Union Pacific Soared Almost 9%

In Case You Missed it: Why Union Pacific Soared Almost 9%

United Pacific could see hard results to its operating profit because of one man: the new coo.

Chart of the Day: How Much Does It Cost to Run the Rails?

Chart of the Day: How Much Does It Cost to Run the Rails?

Given the industry specificity of operating ratios, a quick run through of the task ahead for new UNP COO Jim Vena is in line.

Chart of the Day: GE Stock Surges on $40 Billion Business Buyout Rumors

Chart of the Day: GE Stock Surges on $40 Billion Business Buyout Rumors

GE jumped on Monday, but how long can buyout rumors buoy the beleaguered stock?

Who Is Larry Culp and Why Was He Chosen to Run GE?

Who Is Larry Culp and Why Was He Chosen to Run GE?

As General Electric prepares to report, will new CEO Larry Culp's report card be refrigerator-worthy?