Shares have had a great run in 2019, but are recent results enough to propel them higher?
It was a disappointing set of earnings, but is the stock worth buying now, or should investors dump it?
Let's analyze the longer-term outlook for General Electric and explain the near-term headwinds.
The industrial supply companies' results had a lot to say about the outlook for the upcoming quarterly reports -- not all of it good.
The need to keep groceries fresh is a key part of the growth of online grocery shopping.
The sustainable water consultancy continues to beat expectations, and its backlog promises lots of growth to come.
GE Power's problems may turn out to be cyclical rather than structural -- potentially good news for investors.
The industrial company's deal with Ingersoll-Rand looks like a good bit of business.
The food equipment company has some ambitious plans for profit growth in the coming years.
The industrial conglomerate has continued its run of raising guidance.
The much-admired industrial company continues to outperform expectations.
Another strong year and a transformational acquisition are in progress for one of the most admired industrial companies in the U.S.
The infrastructure services company is enjoying a strong 2019 as oil and gas spending is supporting growth while waiting for 5G network spending to fully kick in.
The locomotive and railroad technology company's stock enjoyed a strong month.
The beleaguered engineering contractor remains a risky investment.
The automotive technology company continues to face headwinds in 2019, but management is taking proactive steps to generate growth in the future.
The machine-vision company has had a wild year in 2019.
The stock had a good month in June. Now the hope is that mining capital spending will drive earnings growth in the second half.
Sentiment on the company turned positive the company, and it still has growth prospects in 2019.
The end of a contract with Amazon made headlines, but it's not one of the key things that FedEx investors need to focus on.