Ingersoll Rand Inc.

+$0.35 (+0.6%)
Closing price October 25, 2021
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday morning include Chesapeake Energy, JPMorgan, Melco Crown Entertainment, Navistar, Randgold Resources, Silver Wheaton, Verifone.
One thing that always makes for a good rule of thumb when buying stocks is to look for solid companies with good upside potential and products or services, and where the stocks have been unmercifully...
These four top industrial stocks to buy should not only benefit from the weakening dollar but should also fare well in an improving global economy.
One thing that the recent sell-off has accomplished is to take top companies residing in the Jefferies Franchise Picks list to levels not seen in some time.
In the weekly report from Jefferies that highlights their top value picks, we found four companies that also should be somewhat resistant to spikes in volatility
Investors have very mixed views when it comes to conglomerate stocks. They can have enough moving parts that they are bound to have some safety nets as certain aspects of business slow.
A new Merrill Lynch research report highlights the companies that will be a major part of what the analyst calls the climate change solution for a transforming world.
These three stocks offer investors outstanding entry points into companies with well-established franchises, and they are far safer than high-volatility momentum stocks.
A new research note from Jefferies offers what they consider to be "compelling value" stock opportunities for investors to consider now.
Monday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Fitbit, Apple, ARM Holdings, Groupon, Palo Alto Networks, PepsiCo and Windstream.
Deutsche Bank provided a list of the major companies in the benchmark S&P 500 index that are not based in the United States. We cross-referenced the list with the Merrill Lynch research data base...
Friday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include BP, Netflix, Otonomy,, Total and VeriFone Systems.
Thursday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Atmel, BlackBerry, Cisco Systems, International, CarMax and AOL.
At this juncture in the year, it may be a good for investors to review portfolios and see if some winners, and even losers, need to be replaced.
One source of growth for the economy continuing to fight back five years after the Great Recession is commercial construction.