A spate of new contracts representing over 6 million gallons of annual natural gas sales has investors excited again.
The retailer didn't meet Mr. Market's fourth-quarter expectations, while its slow-growth plan may have compounded things. But it wasn't nearly as bad as the sell-off makes it look.
The alt-wood decking maker delivered a record 2018, but conservative guidance for early 2019 had investors selling. Despite the market's short-term dissatisfaction, management is focused on Trex's long-term potential.
Improvements in nearly all of its operating units drove strong cash flow for the media titan.
The cryogenic gas processing equipment maker's restructuring effort has made it more efficient, while acquisitions and surging demand are driving sales and profits higher.
The large, integrated Canadian oil company presented the type of investing opportunity Warren Buffett and his stock-picking lieutenants couldn't pass up.
The trendy cooler and beverage-holder company set high expectations for 2019.
Though a challenging competitive environment continues to weigh on sales, efforts to make Under Armour more profitable are paying off.
Was 2018 an aberration, or a sign of things to come?
It's all about having the right expectations -- and the risk-reward profile for these two is too good to pass up.
Positive cash flows and a swing to operating profits led to a big beat on the bottom line.
The burrito-making chain finally improved in a metric that's been very problematic in recent years.
Sales continue to lag and profit margin continues to fall, and so far the new CEO's changes haven't altered the company's trajectory.
After more than a year of steady declines in transactions, this important metric turned positive in a big way in the fourth quarter.
Energy stocks can be painfully cyclical and subject to big commodity price swings, but here are three we really like right now -- including one great "buy on the dip" opportunity.
These three companies have only two things in common: They've proven great long-term investments, and they report earnings this month. Here's what to watch for.
In one corner, an oil giant with over 35 years of consecutive dividend growth. In the other, an up-and-comer in renewables with an ultra-high yield.
With a market value of more than $200 billion, can Mastercard still mint new millionaires? Maybe so.
With earnings on the horizon, there's a lot investors can learn from these three solar companies in the weeks to come.
The homebuilder's shift to entry-level housing appears to be paying off in a sizable way.