Industrials

Industrial stocks haven't gotten much love recently. Whether that's a result of how the stocks are now valued or the stocks' discount to book value, or just being undervalued by the market, there are...
General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) has faced a disastrous time in 2020. Despite posting an impressive recovery at the start of 2020, GE shares fell off a cliff into the recession and its prized...
This call from JPMorgan does not formally predict that GE's stock will go to zero dollars, but it certainly offers little hope of upside ahead.
Sigma Labs may not be a household name, but that could change now that the company has announced that it had been awarded a contract by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Farm and construction machinery maker Deere & Co. reported third-quarter results that easily beat analysts' expectations. The company remains cautious for the rest of the fiscal year, however.
While analysts differ somewhat on 3M’s prospects, a recent trend has been too big to ignore. The stock price now has risen for eight consecutive days.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has released a massive $2 trillion plan to upgrade the country's infrastructure that includes meeting the challenges of climate change. These four...
Approval for an announced $765 million federal loan to Eastman Kodak has been delayed until the agency granting the loan investigates allegations of insider trading against certain company officials.
Plug Power released a better than expected second-quarter earnings report before the markets opened on Thursday, and shares shot up afterward.
Stocks in the industrial sector have been pummeled over the past 12 months with most of the punishment coming since February due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there is value in the sector and...
If General Electric can get any momentum going and as its Aviation unit gets back to some form of normality, there could be some hidden leverage that propels it much higher in the coming years.
Caterpillar reported better than expected quarterly results before the markets opened on Friday, but expectations were rather low.
General Electric posted second-quarter results Wednesday morning that missed both top- and bottom-line estimates. And the company burned through $2.1 billion in cash during the quarter.
The investing community has gone through its share of being for and against conglomerates. It sounds great that some industries can perform well to act as an offset while other industries are...
Kodak, once a giant in photography, received a $765 million federal loan to begin building a pharmaceutical business.