America is a nation of industry, so it is only fair that industrial stocks are the powerhouse of the economy. With a wide variety of industry, the choices of companies to invest in are seemingly endless. Between conglomerates like 3M (NYSE:MMM) and industry titans like Boeing (NYSE:BA), industry stocks are stable and booming, making them a perfect addition to any portfolio.
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