|Day Low/High||80.30 / 80.96|
|52 Wk Low/High||65.54 / 86.41|
Plus, we check out up the bevy of reasons for this week's negative market behavior.
If you want to clean up, then look at the hygiene trend -- and these numbers from Reckitt Benckiser and Procter & Gamble.
We focus on Colgate-Palmolive, Procter & Gamble and Kimberly-Clark to assess their payout prospects.
These big names are not smoke and mirrors, if you look at what they really do.
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.
Colgate-Palmolive reported June quarter EPS of $0.74, $0.05 better than than expected, as revenue for the quarter rose 0.5% YoY to $3.89 billion. Organic revenue for the quarter rose 5.5% vs. the 3.2% consensus, lapping tough comparisons in the year...
Plus, it could be quite a while before the labor market can absorb all those people who are out of jobs.
The market sold off on Thursday after close as big hitters, including Amazon, reported earnings.
Look for CL to see higher prices after some consolidative price action.
Owner of household brands you probably have in your cabinets right now, Church & Dwight just boosted its quarterly dividend.
Cryptocurrencies do offer public value in their ability to move stored wealth across national borders in times of crisis.
Rest up for a busy week that includes earnings from Apple, Facebook and Starbucks.
To turn Jim "El Capitan" Cramer's watchword of his investment faith around, there is always a bear market somewhere. Today and yesterday I took very nice gains in shorts in , , and .
I shorted about a week ago. Though KMB had a small EPS beat it was not enough considering the advance of the share price recently. The shares are -$7.40/share (or -5.4%) and I have just covered my trading short rental in this name at $131.70 for a g...
As mentioned earlier, breadth was only 2-1 positive with UnitedHealth , JPMorgan and Johnson & Johnson responsible for a large portion of the market's gains. Bond yields rose, aiding the rate-sensitive banks (who generally met expectations). FANG ha...
Consumer non durables' weakness is conspicuous. (Ck out ) and are my new short names over the last few trading sessions.
I was quite active in my trading and investing over the last two days (while I was on the West Coast and not writing in my Diary). Here is a summary of my actions: * I have added to my private equity shorts - (a new position) joins . * I have reesta...
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.
Plus, Intel results crush expectations and Starbucks solidifies its comeback.
Twitter EPS: severe miss Revs: beat, +18.4% y/y Average Monetizable DMUs tops estimates Total ad engagement +20% y/y Colgate-Palmolive EPS: in line Revs: miss, -0.5% y/y Organic sales beat estimates Margin increase AON PLC EPS: in line Revs: mis...
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.
I want you to remember Eli Lilly and Johnson & Johnson the next time you are about to dump a stock because of some bits of bad news.
These are the days when if you're brave you get a good price and begin the ride to greater riches.
As usual, the stocks that bounce back first are the tech stocks with little Chinese exposure and the consumer packaged goods that just demonstrated good numbers.