One company's pain is often another’s gain. That’s particularly true in the case of United Rentals.While the economic downturn has been difficult for a wide range of companies, it's been somewhat of a boon for United Rentals.
The company has prospered as construction companies rent its equipment rather than buy equipment outright. That trend is, at least in part, behind the surge in shares; United Rentals is up about 42% this year. Can the stock continue to march higher? Or is it about to roll over?Don’t make a trade until you check out our exclusive conversation with Michael Kneeland, president and CEO of United Rentals.Watch the video now!
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