Caterpillar stock has been in a funk, and for a long time, too. Will it recover? Two Fools give the case for each side.
Comparing valuations and prospects with an oil-related stock and a general industrial stock
Caterpillar's management is starting to see an end to the industry downturn, and the company's stock is looking pretty attractive at today's prices.
The aluminum business hasn't been on solid footing for a long time, so it may be time for income investors to look for some better dividend payers.
We break down just how bad business is at the heavy equipment giant.
Caterpillar's recent earnings were a reflection of the tough times for industrial equipment companies, but there were some reasons to be optimistic about the future.
Here's a look at Caterpillar's rough first-quarter, and why it wasn't even as good as it appears.
These dividend stocks have advantages Harley-Davidson lacks.
And one big reason not to.
It's mostly a pessimistic market turning optimistic, Fools.