W.R. Grace & Co.

NYSE: GRA
$50.81
+$2.08 (+4.3%)
Closing price July 15, 2020
While there is absolutely no guarantee that these industrial companies are acquired, they all are outstanding stocks to own in aggressive growth portfolios on their own.
24/7 Wall St. features four companies that do look like solid plays for nervous investors now. They all pay dividends, and analysts feel can do well in a bear market scenario.
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The stock market continues to act like an aging prize fighter, one that will not give up despite all the haymakers landed. In keeping with the bullish tone, insiders continue buying stock.
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There is almost nothing worse a public company can get from its auditors than a “going concern” opinion.  That means that there is a good chance that the corporation in question cannot make it...