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We’ve liked Simpson Manufacturing Co., (NYSE: SSD) for some time. The company is well-positioned in the U.S. and European housing markets and supported by demand from both the new construction/renovation and consumer DIY/home-improvement channels.
Shares of Check Point Software Technology are pulling back into a buying opportunity you may not want to miss.
Shares of Dorman Products (NASDAQ: DORM) are pulling back after reporting Q1 results not because results are weak but became the analysts had been expecting a little more.
With the boom in housing over the past year we are not surprised to see Lennox (NYSE: LII) YOY growth in the double-digit range. Seriously, the company makes air conditioners and heat pumps.
With Bitcoin down more than 25%, we’re sure there are no few Bitcoin (CRYPTO: BTC) holders wondering if this is the beginning of the end. What we want to point out is that, historically, every time Bitcoin has corrected it has always bounced back
Skechers U.S.A (NYSE: SKX) reported what we can only call a “wow” quarter. The Q1 results are an example of everything we like about a growth stock and include sequential growth, YOY growth, record-high revenue, profitability, margin expansion, favorable outlook, and cautious guidance
We spend trillions of dollars annually on care, drugs, services, and equipment and that money is flowing right now. The company's on our list today represent three facets of the industry and are all poised for big gains in 2021.
Whirlpool (NYSE: WHR) is a great example of what we love about the market and the economy today. The company is delivering strong results driven by sustained demand across segments in a way that will help drive economic growth for the next few years.
We've like Verizon (NYSE: VZ) for the last 18-months to two years for a variety of reasons that include but not limited to value, yield, growth, the consumer, digital, streaming, 5G, and the IoT.
Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings (NYSE: KNX) reported a good quarter and shares are down because of it. You might think shares are down because of weak guidance but they're not.
If you want to know why ManpowerGroup Inc (NYSE: MAN) was able to beat the consensus target you have only to look at the labor data. The labor data has improved significantly over the past two months and points to two things.
These high-quality dividend stocks are about to increase their payouts and drive their shares to new all time highs.