U.S. defense stocks bounced off multi-month lows in reaction to the busted Iran nuclear deal and could rally back to bull market highs.
Industrial stocks have beaten the market recently, and these 6 may have more room to run, per Barclay's.
The almighty dollar is falling, and it’s helping to boost shares of multinational corporations.
If you've flown in an airplane, shopped for food or sat comfortably in a hot climate, you've probably used a United Technologies product.
United Technologies stock is reasonably priced with a below market P/E ratio of 21.08 and a dividend yield of 2.06%.
Investors' patience is about to pay off in the new year, according to RBC Capital.
The US airline recently announced a $12.7 billion deal with the European aircraft maker.
Dow component United Technologies could break 2015 resistance in coming weeks and head toward $160.
Safe Payouts: GE's 50% cut has left investors scrambling to find other safe dividend stocks
Investors are returning to a popular industrial ETF, and there are reasons to believe that more upside is ahead.