HD depends more and more on off the books contractors. Once the next recession hits they will take a big hit. You say "No recession near term". Don't bank on it.
Kasich is the only reasonable person in the race. But most Americans think he is boring and just another run of the mill politician. All the others are trouble.
Her and Bernie are market destroyers. How can you create jobs if you trash the very companies that hire and pay decent wages? One can only hope Bill Clinton can talk some sense into her or we are going to be in deep dodo.
Potash is getting interesting. At least the product helps put food on the table and AG should bounce in 2016. In the meantime I'm betting on a return to strong growth in healthcare like BDX or one of the healthcare ETFs.
There was a time when you could go big at the open and make a one day killing. That time is gone. The steep negative price slope means lower volume ahead and less chance of the stock staying above $2. I don't think anyone is fool enough to have this as an investment other than a short position.
Buying basically a total fixed income mutual fund in a raising rate environment is a losing game. The best years for bonds are in the rear view mirror. I agree SELL
We have strong global completion, no real demand, rock bottom iron ore prices, no growth going forward at least in the near term, and a strengthening dollar that's pressuring all commodities. The chart for CLF says it all.