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Biggest Movers in Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – HOG FDML PII ITW

Consumer cyclical stocks rose 0.5% on Wall Street so far on Tuesday. NYSE:HOG, NASDAQ:FDML, NYSE:PII, NYSE:ITW, NASDAQ:SFLY, NYSE:NAV, NASDAQ:TSLA, NASDAQ:DNKN, NYSE:KORS, NASDAQ:DECK, NYSE:PHG, NYSE:ALSN, NYSE:SNE, NASDAQ:SCSS, NYSE:GPC, NYSE:KNM, NASDAQ:MLHR, NYSE:SCS, NYSE:HMC, NASDAQ:IRBT More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – IRBT THRM GPC GIII

Consumer cyclical stocks advanced broadly on Wall Street so far on Wednesday, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 0.7%. NASDAQ:IRBT, NASDAQ:THRM, NYSE:GPC, NASDAQ:GIII, NYSE:NAV, NASDAQ:VRA, NYSE:KNM, NYSE:WBC, NYSE:PII, NASDAQ:DORM, NASDAQ:LKQ More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – UA MTOR NAV PII

Consumer cyclical stocks rose broadly on Wall Street on Tuesday, with the sector seeing an overall increase of 1.0%. NYSE:UA, NYSE:MTOR, NYSE:NAV, NYSE:PII, NYSE:TEN, NYSE:WWW, NYSE:MGA, NYSE:LEG, NYSE:GPC, NYSE:ALV, NASDAQ:IRBT, NYSE:CLC, NYSE:SWK, NYSE:GIL, NASDAQ:GAME More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – IRBT TSLA RUSHA LEA

Consumer cyclical stocks advanced broadly 0.1% on Wall Street on Thursday morning. NASDAQ:IRBT, NASDAQ:TSLA, NASDAQ:RUSHA, NYSE:LEA, NASDAQ:DECK, NYSE:NKE, NYSE:SNA, NYSE:VC, NYSE:GPC, NYSE:ITW, NASDAQ:THRM, NYSE:DW, NYSE:TWI, NYSE:CTB, NYSE:TTM, NYSE:ZQK, NYSE:SNE, NYSE:HNI, NYSE:HAR, NASDAQ:GIII More 

Hottest Consumer Cyclical Stocks Now – RUSHA THRM NTK F

Consumer cyclical stocks advanced broadly 0.9% on Wall Street on Tuesday morning. NASDAQ:RUSHA, NASDAQ:THRM, NASDAQ:NTK, NYSE:F, NYSE:RGR, NYSE:AXL, NASDAQ:GIII, NYSE:MTOR, NASDAQ:LKQ, NYSE:BC, NYSE:KNM, NYSE:OXM, NYSE:TPX, NYSE:TWI, NYSE:HMC, NYSE:GPC, NYSE:JAH, NYSE:WWW, NYSE:LEG More 

How the Mighty Have Fallen: 61 Blue Chip Trades To Make Now

It's been a topsy-turvy week, and our Portfolio Grader site has re-adjusted for the latest news. Find out what moves to make for these 61 stocks right now More 

Why I Use a P/E Below 20 for Evaluating Dividend Stocks

Long time readers know that I use a price earnings ratio of 20 as one of the parameters in my set of screening criteria for dividend stocks. Here's why... More