A look at the the Baltic Dry Index, the prices of corn and soy, and other data give a clear picture of what's going on during this 'phoney' war.
The dozen stocks in this portfolio of companies that likely came under tax-loss selling pressure last year performed quite well as a group in 2019.
Scrub off foreign currency fluctuations that put a stain on earnings and you'll see that Whirlpool is actually poised for long-term growth.
The coffee merchant's charts indicate the decline in its stock has slowed and that a new uptrend could be at hand.
A handful of standouts among the dozen stocks that make up the Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio pushed the group higher over the last month.
The technical signals sent by the beverage giant's charts tell a bullish story.
The wholesale club's technical indicators show an extended period of accumulation of its shares.
The beverage and snack food giant posted better-than-expected third-quarter results but still needs to show independent strength in the days ahead.
The diversified consumer products company is still far from trading at its price of two years ago, but its shares have turned around nicely in recent months.
Dozens of beaten-up stocks could see tax-loss selling into the end of the year; here's a preview of some that could make up the next Tax Loss Selling Portfolio.
September's wave of buying in value stocks likely helped lift some of the 12 companies that are part of the 2018 Tax-Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio.
Lacking the flash and name recognition of some popular stocks, Leggett & Platt is shareholder-friendly company yielding an attractive 3.8%.
U.S. retail sales have risen at WMT for an unparalleled consecutive 20 quarters.
Sellers of the beverage company's shares have been acting more aggressively than buyers in recent weeks.
Sellers have been more aggressive the past few months when trading the stock of the discount retailer.
As African swine fever hits some Asian countries and markets are rattled by trade worries, TSN remains in a strong position, say experts.
The food giant is one of the few stocks holding its ground on Monday morning; here's why.
It would be best to see if shares of the consumer products giant can hold a key support level before pulling the trigger to buy them.
Kimberly-Clark's performance is nothing to sneeze at, and neither is Coca-Cola's, as higher sales, higher prices and big demand from emerging markets appear to give us a return to the good old days of great senior growth stocks.
Prices are about about 50% from their late December nadir.
Evidence of the stock's uptrend is presented by Coca-Cola's 50- and 200-day moving averages, which are both pointing higher.
The soft drink and snack food behemoth managed to overcome the adverse effects of foreign currency translations. .
The soft drink and snack food giant is rising on better-than-expected second-quarter results and looks poised to push significantly higher.
Shares of Hershey and Corning have done well since the last Fourth of July, but not so the stock of Harley-Davidson.
Amazon, McCormick & Co. and AT&T offer reasons to believe they'll do well in the back half of the year.
The dividend yields on these stocks range from 2.4% to 3.0%, and in the last two quarters all three once again boosted their quarterly dividend.
Shares of the food giant may not have made a bottom, but it will be interesting to see how the stock behaves from here.
The reaction we're seeing in WMT stock after its results is the correct one.
It might not be a bad idea to move toward some conservative names such as PG, MDLZ and PEP.
It's been no secret that Kraft Heinz is in credit trouble, but why don't we know the extent?