What do Time Warner Cable, Honeywell International, and UnitedHealth Group have in common?

Three very different companies from three very different industries.  What could they possibly have in common? The answer is that they all hit ALL-TIME highs yesterday.

Time Warner Cable (TWC) closed at $205.23.  It provides cable television and services. It's low trade in 2009 was around $20.



Honeywell International (HON) is a diversified technology and manufacturing company.  It closed at $112.98.  The low in 2009 was around $23.


UnitedHealth Group (UNH) closed at $128.02.  It owns and manages organized health systems.  The low in 2008 was around $15.



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