Today, Fool analysts Brendan and Austin discuss how well the industrial sector performed after a slowdown in global growth. Despite its exposure to broader world markets, the sector actually outperformed this earnings season behind big performances from Honeywell, Textron, and other manufacturing companies.
Strong performances like these could be just the start of even bigger stakes for U.S. industrial companies. With the U.S. relying on the rest of the world for such a large percentage of our goods, many investors are ready for the end of the "made in China" era. Well, it's arrived, and with the balance of manufacturing power shifting yet again, you can profit with the 3 Stocks to Own for the New Industrial Revolution. They're the biggest industry disrupters we've seen since the personal computer, and you can read more about them in our free analyst report.
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