$142.57 0.04 (0.03%)
19:58 EDT CAT Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $142.57
Market Cap 85.25B
PE Ratio 38.74
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.54M
Day's Range 141.33 - 144.17
52-Week Range 87.50 - 150.55
Dividend & Yield 3.28 (2.30%)
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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.
Caterpillar has been struggling in recent years, and the quarantine is making things worse. Here are low-risk ways to profit in CAT stock.
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.
Even in a volatile market, not all blue-chip stocks will keep you safe. Here are seven that you should avoid until things brighten up.
Infrastructure stocks will be in focus with plans to ramp-up spending in the sector, making a few value creators with strong fundamentals.
By Ian Cooper
President Donald Trump's $1 trillion plan to revamp America's roads and bridges will have a massive impact on these infrastructure stocks.
In some ways 2020 hasn’t been any easier on these three Dow Jones stocks. But today’s income and price charts are shaping up big-time.
By Ian Cooper
While the U.S. has been slow to act, there’s hope for improvement in infrastructure stocks after President Trump signed an executive order to expedite infrastructure investments.
Stocks rallied to close the week, again showing resilience in the face of troubling economic data. An extension of the oil rebound and more positive reopening also provided some ballast to equities.
Monday's big stock charts feature names that posted gains despite eye-opening jobs data.
Tech is about the only game going for the market these days, but that's enough for investors to overlook some ugly jobs news again.
Bullish action won't last forever. MMM, CAT and PEP are 3 stocks to buy given strong fundamentals will help them weather whatever Q2 brings.
The major equity averages didn't do much of anything Tuesday even as several big names reported earnings before the opening bell. Fortunately, there was some decent commentary from those companies, albeit cautious, indicating that the U.S. economy could start rebounding in the second half of the year.
The Dow Jones Industrial started the week on a strong note as investors embraced news that some states could soon reopen.
Given the questions marks regarding the state of the global economy, CAT stock may not be a long-term buy yet.
What a post novel-coronavirus world will look like isn’t known, but an overbought rally into prices only dreamed of a couple weeks ago is an opportunity for bears in these three stocks to short.
Tuesday's big stock charts feature names that took a hit but could offer a buy-worthy price.
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