3/19/2018 - The market was higher on Friday, but major indices
into the close, which perfectly reflected the market last
week. The inability to gain traction is without a doubt
frustrating, but what some are missing is that there has
been resolve as well.
Last week, investors opted
safety, which lifted the
high dividend paying of utility and real estate stocks.
The most compelling action came in the industrial
led by Deere & Co (DE), W.W. Grainger (...
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