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European markets have been slumping for years, but the time for those countries to shine again may finally be around the corner.
BTI's dividend yield has flared to 7% as the stock price has dipped about 30% recently -- a drag for existing shareholders but a burning opportunity for new investors.
Any logical evaluation of this stock suggests low risk and tremendous upside.
Any logical evaluation of British American Tobacco suggests low risk and tremendous upside.
Establishing who the stragglers are and what impact they might have in the future is the key at this point.
British American Tobacco serves as a perfect example.
Ed Ponsi made an interesting comment this morning as he looked at shares of Tilray and Altria , and given my view that we are likely to see Big Tobacco be a player in the legal cannabis industry at some point, I wanted to touch on it. Ponsi's point...
This at-the-money, long put shooter is a high risk trade, so use discretionary capital.
These names are showing technical characteristics of either bullish or bearish reversal patterns over the past week.
British American Tobacco hasn't been this cheap since 2010.
Cigarette makers (Altria , Vector Group , British American Tobacco , etc.) are moving on a New York Times article stating that E-cigarettes can be more addictive and lead to traditional smoking.
My recent trip to Seoul showed how it's not North Korea that worries South Koreans. It's the White House occupant that's the wild card in an old game.
Asia will be the battlefield for smoke-free nicotine devices, which don't sound catchy but are catching on fast in in the Asian markets where they're available.
Japan's leading cigarette company has bought big cigarette players in Indonesia and the Philippines. But it would be better off burning its cash in other ways.
Asia is the Alamo for cigarette makers, site of their last stand. When will cigarette producers realize the future burns electric?
The Nasdaq retreats further from records.
Low expectations offer investors promising opportunities if they know where to look.
British American Tobacco plc posted stronger-than-expected full-year earnings and boosted its dividend as the group prepares to close its $50 billion takeover of Reynolds American.
European stocks continued to advance as solid corporate earnings and better-than-expected full-year economic data from Germany boosted risk sentiment.
Investors are preparing for an important Brexit speech from UK Prime Minister Theresa May.
An arbitrageur handicaps the recent frenzy the mega-deals including British American Tobacco/Reynolds, AT&T/Time Warner, Janus/Henderson and Qualcomm/NXP.
M&A news is dominating the market, with three potential deals reportedly in the works.
British American Tobacco's $47 billion offer to purchase Reynolds American could face hurdles from shareholders as well as regulators.
Amid British American Tobacco's $47 billion bid for a large stake of Reynolds American, Jim Cramer says investors shouldn't underestimate the cash flow in the tobacco space.
Ask not for whom the register rings, and it better not ring for thee.