Blossoming Returns: 3 stocks with future dividend growth are outperforming the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100
CSX and Union Pacific are selling off despite strong second quarter results, signaling growing fears of an economic slowdown.
The D.J. Transportation Average broke out to a three-month high, setting the stage for a test at bull market and all-time highs.
Railroads have lifted into transportation sector leadership and could build impressive gains in the second half of 2017.
Industrial stocks experienced mixed fortunes in the first quarter of 2017.
Financial stocks that are in the best position to benefit from proposed tax changes include T. Rowe Price, Charles Schwab and E*Trade.
Railroad stocks may be a good option if you are betting on economic growth in 2018.
Union Pacific hit a 21-month high after earnings, but surprisingly weak accumulation off the 2016 low may limit gains in coming months.
CSX reported a 2% decline in fourth quarter profits owing to lower volume and shipping demand.
CSX has rallied back to the 2014 bull market high and could break out following a strong January 17th earnings report.