Consumer Staples

Monday's news of Oprah Winfrey's 10% stake caused WTW to open sharply higher, which is evident with Japanese candlesticks.
Charts point to a good play bubbling up for the soft-drink giant.
We don't expect the small base in the stock to quickly reverse a multi-year down trend.
Recovering from this week's dive is not going to be a simple and short-term fix.
The 10%-plus slide has likely created some opportunity in the near term.
U.S. export policies will have a long-term effect on the world's biggest retailer.
COST is doing everything right that WMT is getting wrong.
Why invest in a depressing experience?
Shares are tanking, but the discount retailer is still no bargain.
The fundamentals are just as compelling as the technicals.

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