$194.62 2.78 (1.41%)
19:57 EST CAT Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 116.37B
PE Ratio 52.89
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 3.32M
Day's Range 190.88 - 195.71
52-Week Range 87.50 - 200.17
Dividend & Yield 3.28 (1.69%)
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Supporting the case for being constructive on stocks in 2021is the sheer depth of where hot stocks hail from. Last year, the technology and consumer discretionary sectors were the two largest contributors to S&P 500 upside – themes that could remain in place this year as growth stocks remain in style and as, hopefully, the economy reopens.
With so many changes erupting everywhere, your portfolio may benefit from infrastructure stocks. No, they’re not outrageously appealing but they tend to get the job done.
By Alex Sirois
Value stocks have been out of favor since the last recession. If they undergo a renaissance, these stocks have the right factors to rise.
By Ian Cooper
Here are five infrastructure stocks poised to pop if the punchline of the Trump Administration becomes the reality of under the incoming Biden administration.
The 2020 election is less than two months away. And if you believe Joe Biden is going to win, here are 19 election stocks to buy.
Prepare your mind and your portfolio for President Donald Trump to retake the White House in November. Start with these election stocks.
There are a handful of bipartisan election stocks that should continue to do well whether we have Donald Trump or Joe Biden in office.
Election results could have a huge impact on many sectors. But infrastructure stocks might prosper no matter what happens on Tuesday.
Industrial stocks don't tend to get the most love from investors. But many companies have great individual stories that should pay off come 2021.
SAP, 3M Co, Hasbro and Caterpillar were our top stock trades for Tuesday. Let's have a look at the charts to get an idea on the key levels.
The manufacturing sector hit some new lows at the onset of the pandemic. But as the economy experiences a slow but steady revival, these manufacturing stocks are well-poised to make a comeback.
Some infrastructure stocks have been doing well, others not so much. Here are a few that could see a boon if we get an infrastructure deal.
The global trade winds are shifting. That should be good news for domestic industry, and these seven manufacturing stocks in particular.
Given the troubles of the coronavirus pandemic, a dovish monetary policy is all but assured. Here are the top stocks that could benefit most.
Caterpillar (CAT) earnings for the construction equipment company's second quarter of 2020 have CAT stock down on Friday.
By Joel Baglole
Keep your eyes on these seven companies that could reap a bonanza from a slew of new infrastructure projects in the coming years.
By Joel Baglole
With the global economy recovering, several machinery stocks look ready to rise as infrastructure renewal begins.
It might seem like the longest of long shots. However, there’s still a chance that President Trump will win his second term and that means you need to adjust your strategy for presidential stocks to buy.
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