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It's sad to make money with Charles Payne and today he's here to help us out well he's going a little off the rails we did this time off for this you've -- That just being here that's right now are you got he got it.
I think -- good help for us.
I -- you know what this company the real by the -- realm railroad stocks are through the roof a lot of these industrial names and I were just talking through the roof this company makes -- cars ironically enough that I first started playing in my years ago.
Because the Windmills they also make stuff from when the mills that construction business obviously not going as well.
But their core business going very well they reported the baby but fourteen cents and I know.
People look to Cali I just don't -- Chase's stock quote what that's but that's what the highest -- recently -- you know that kind of stuff should this rest really dissuade investors.
Who somehow always think that they missed that even though there's a zillion mountain miles to the upside of potential.
Did you structural stuff to write roads and things like that so we're talking -- Building stuff again talk about building stuff but they're real business up 84% -- -- -- -- 10% so why -- stuff.
We're we're -- what's shipments up all around this country affect the rails really have a huge advantage over truckers because.
You know they just leveled these -- with so many new rules and things like that is just that they have browser just killing them.
Inland -- as they do which is that sexy but you know what were use an umbrella leasing.
Phenomenal everything about the company's phenomenal by the way they received orders for 8000 new new rail cars -- and of course we're taking all the oil and gas.
Really interesting mountains are durable goods numbers were down -- but -- but that's in the manufacture the dirty thing around -- which you've been right on form right.
Deere caterpillar I talk to that goes CEO earlier today they did well somebody's buying tractors.
Mean so what's what is this like that -- -- a piece of the economy that's still OK -- It's a piece of the economy that you know listen to a certain degree we're gonna -- we're gonna build -- insist upon a foundation of of this society you know and I think the courts are already there have been always rubbed the wrong way when I hear the president talk about building an economy built to last we don't have that by the way it's already been built.
To stop tinker with that -- -- -- they'll let it fly on its own.
Take away all the roadblocks he'll see this economies are already built the last and it's -- and it's an every -- -- like this week to your point is shows flashes of that.
Frightening because you call you we were talking about the coal industry earlier today all the regulations kill -- coal industry.
And as a result the entire -- fun part.
Call is -- the one real bad spot that really clip natural resources is closing in West Virginia call.
Also let's face -- that -- hurting them a little bit no winters you know but maybe one day we'll have a winter in the northeast again.
But the EPA to -- you know they went on a mission to destroy these guys and -- certainly have but the weak economy to hasn't helped but with respect to electricity demand either so.
Everything conspiring against -- but still.
We're moving around that natural gas removing around the oil we're moving around these products and the rails -- -- something of a play they're not sexy.
Even though they've been around for a couple of years and this is -- play on all the rest.
If they make you money that sexy that's always just been I've been attacked and that's sexy Eric -- -- permission I.
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