Caterpillar is trading at seemingly cheap metrics. Is it finally worth buying for long-term investors?
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Investors already know that 2015 is going to be another rough ride for Caterpillar, and January's sales certainly confirm that.
Caterpillar is facing a tough year in 2015, but is it time to buy the stock? Here is what you need to know about 2015, including three investment scenarios for the stock.
Caterpillar’s revenue could decline for the third year in a row, succumbing to the pressure of lower oil prices.
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Should investors be concerned that oil prices will hit the company’s dividend?
If you're expecting to scoop up an industrial juggernaut at a cheap price, be prepared for the long haul: Caterpillar isn't likely to rebound in 2015.
Caterpillar misses fourth-quarter estimates and delivers a shockingly weak outlook for 2015. What should you do now?
Here's a look at Caterpillar's retail results for the three-month rolling period ending in December, and what it could mean for Tuesday's quarterly results.