Consumer Staples

Millennials have abandoned processed-food names, and that's bad for their stocks.
While PepsiCo is flexing its muscles, Coca-Cola has gone flat.
Consumers seem to have slowed bulk item purchases.

Ripening Charts Real Money Pro($)

With ADM setting up for a potential breakout, I'm looking around for trades in the food patch.
Clorox and Procter's valuations may be overextended, but it just doesn't matter.

Clorox Is Streaking Real Money Pro($)

After a needed rest, the stock could see the century mark next.
WMT touches our lives in visible and less visible ways.

Tempur Sealy Wakes Up Real Money Pro($)

But don't get in bed with this stock just yet.
The company, with its unflagging value-creation, illustrates why this market is such a tough short.
Natural food is flooding the market, and these three names are unabashed beneficiaries.

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