The company's transformation into a building and security products company is being overshadowed by economic weakness.
The specialty retailer is being sold off on fears rather than anything it's actually reported yet.
The company's energy-related products could see slowing growth if energy prices keep falling.
It's going to be a busy year for the railroad equipment company.
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It's a highly volatile period for the company and its sector.
General Electric and Rockwell Automation are for risk-seeking investors willing to take a contrarian view.
Execution challenges plus worse-than-expected end markets have put the company's stock price under pressure in recent months.
The machine vision company is at risk from slowing capital spending, but it still offers good long-term growth prospects for enterprising investors.
These stocks are all positioned in attractive end markets and combine double-digit growth prospects with good cash-flow-based valuations.
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FedEx's main two segments have diverging prospects in 2019.
On a risk/reward basis, General Electric beats the richly rated 3M.
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Auto parts retailers are a good place to park investment money in a downturn, but there may be challenges in the longer term.
The package delivery giant is feeling the impact of a global trade slowdown, but there are other issues as well.
The company's enterprise initiatives seem to have room to run, and investors can look forward to earnings and free cash flow growth in the future.