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Manufacturing RenaissanceThis quarter marks the sixth straight winning quarter, a feat last accomplished during the fourth quarter of 2006. I think all the pieces are in place for this party to continue and a lot centers on the rebound in manufacturing. Read more.
Wall Street Strategies' Latest Articles
Edgy About Government Spending5/23/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst
With U.S. debt at $20.0 trillion and counting, a lot of Americans are on edge and rightfully so, when it comes to government spending. This is coupled with a conservative economic orthodoxy that dismisses the notion of a nation spending its way out of debt. Read more
Retail Tailspin5/17/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst
After the close, there were horrendous earnings reports and comp-store numbers from T.J. Maxx (TJX Companies) and Dick’s Sporting Goods (DKS). Read more
D.C. News Overshadows Economic Data5/17/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst
It was an interesting session on Tuesday that reacted more to non-economic news and scuttlebutt from Washington, D.C. than economic data, which continues to bolster my observation that the wheels of commerce are moving and building the kind of momentum without that doesn’t expire overnight. Read more
China's Silk Road Project5/15/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst
China is moving forward with its new “Silk Road.” project which reverse engineers Marco Polo’s route while expanding its footprint. Read more
This Week's Key Earnings Reports5/15/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst
The earnings season wrapped up last week, and it has been better than advertised: Read more
Halcyon Days For Tech5/11/2017 By Charles Payne, Principal Analyst
It’s another day and another record for the NASDAQ Composite Index on Wednesday, paced by those juggernaut technologies that have become unstoppable. These are the halcyon days for tech. Read more
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