The sector ETFs present a different picture than the broader averages.
The pace of the decline in the shares of the maker of household products has been slowing.
The grocery and drug retailer is still in an uptrend, but this technical analyst doesn't like the bearish divergences and a shrinking volume pattern.
With the shares stuck in a tight range, IV for WBA is cheap.
Let's see what makes an 'aisle' of stocks hot and what makes another messy -- and what I'd suggest you put in your cart.
The charts of the maker of snack foods aren't looking as tasty as they did a few months back.
The company behind a diverse roster of shelf and frozen foods sports a big dividend, but that payout may not last because of its large debt.
The technical signals for Clorox suggest more downside ahead, while Coca-Cola looks like it's preparing to head higher.
Both stocks have been underperformers.
The charts of the snack maker are sending positive signals.
The forces that benefited shares of companies such as Peloton Interactive and Clorox may not sustain them once the impact of the virus subsides.
Earnings for the tobacco company are set for Thursday.
Even after a solid 2020, this company has laid the groundwork for a successful 2021.
The consistent annual dividend increases by this quartet even during bad times make them good income-investing bets going forward.
Long histories of annual dividend increases make Hormel Foods and McCormick & Co. attractive income plays.
There is a limited price history with the company, which went public in August, but aggressive traders could probe its long side.
The safe and stable food sector is a comforting option for investors to consider now.
Food company General Mills is benefiting as more consumers work from home and dine out less.
I'm in no rush to pay up for a long position.
These names are displaying both technical and quantitative deterioration.
We focus on Colgate-Palmolive, Procter & Gamble and Kimberly-Clark to assess their payout prospects.
Our latest technical analysis and trading strategy on the maker of Spam and Skippy.
We believe BBY can still work higher after a brief falling on Tuesday.
Traders could use a dip closer to the $170 area to become a buyer or add to existing long positions.
Unilever has a clean history of delivering dividends, even when economic bubbles burst.
The whole group has run and the guidance from Clorox does show, more than anything, that nobody knows.
One of the first things to do when the market starts showing signs of weakness is to look for areas ignored during the rally phase.
This is one big name that appears to be in the sweet spot at the moment.
And there is a particular Brazilian ETF that is worth exploring if you want to take advantage of rising commodity prices and the falling U.S. dollar.
I like KO, especially as the value vs. tech trade plays out.