Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL)

75.28
0.97 1.27
NYSE
Prev Close 76.25
Open 75.93
Day Low/High 75.17 / 76.01
52 Wk Low/High 74.01 / 86.41
Volume 4.31M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 843.51B
Market Cap 64.61B
P/E Ratio 24.98
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

From the Street of Dreams

Barclays upgrades Colgate-Palmolive to Equal Weight. Break in: Colgate-Palmolive (CL) was just raised to Equal Weight at Barclays.

Consumer Earnings Skip Rally

Consumer Earnings Skip Rally

Earnings from leading consumer companies like Dunkin Donuts, Colgate and Hershey's disappoint as the broader market trades higher.

National Lemming Day

National Lemming Day

It's the only thing that explains today's action.

Procter & Gamble Beats Expectations

The company did, however, lower guidance. As I suggested in yesterday's opener, the key to the overall direction of the U.S. stock market is no longer Apple (AAPL), it is the new "fab five": Colgate-Palmolive (CL), Clorox (CLX), Procter & Gamble (PG...

On the Leading Edge

On the Leading Edge

The defensive consumer nondurables sector is the new nifty fifty.

The New Fab Five

Keep a close watch on P&G, Coke, Colgate, Clorox and General Mills. "Never have so few led so many." -- Anonymous Move over the University of Michigan's 1991 basketball team, there is a new "fab five" in Market Town. The greatest college basketball ...

Staples Soaring

Again. Today, again, consumer nondurables are leading the parade -- that's a potential negative near-term market consideration. Just look at Procter & Gamble (PG), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF), Clorox (CLX) and Pe...

Defense Redux

I don't see this as a market positive. Consumer nondurables are officially in the lead today -- witness Procter & Gamble (PG), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF), Clorox (CLX), PepsiCo (PEP) and the like. As I wrote ear...

The Silver Lining of Lower Oil Prices

The Silver Lining of Lower Oil Prices

It serves as a tax cut for the consumer, which provides support to corporate profit margins and stimulates growth.

The Silver Lining of Lower Oil Prices

It serves as a tax cut for the consumer, which provides support to corporate profit margins and stimulates growth. Yesterday I outlined the bearish case for equities in my opening missive. I extracted multiple concerns into one big one: If we distil...

Staples Still Surging

The indices continue to be buyoed by the outperformance in consumer staples. The consumer staples continue to trade to new highs, buoying the indices. I am still long Procter & Gamble (PG), PepsiCo (PEP) and Colgate-Palmolive (CL), but they are now ...

Brush Up Your Portfolio With ADP, Colgate

Brush Up Your Portfolio With ADP, Colgate

ADP, Colgate and Ecolab offer more than just growth, Eric Schoenstein, portfolio manager for the Jensen Quality Growth Fund, tells Gregg Greenberg.

Subsurface Weakness

Subsurface Weakness

The market advance is narrowing, divergences are emerging, and global economic growth may be slowing.

Tight Belts Should Benefit Consumer Stocks

Tight Belts Should Benefit Consumer Stocks

As more people watch their pennies, these stocks should do well.

Subsurface Weakness

The market advance is narrowing, divergences are emerging, and global economic growth may be slowing. "If there was ever a misleading day, this [Tuesday, April 2, 2013] was it." -- Dan Greenhaus, BTIG Since I have been away over the past two days, t...

Early-Morning Market Look

Let's start the day out with a peek of overnight and morning market trends. Futures/markets are lower overnight -- it is inconceivable! S&P futures down 6; European markets down; euro down; crude down 0.5; gold down 4; and 10-year at 1.87%. Question...

The Curious Logic of Macroeconomic Bears

The Curious Logic of Macroeconomic Bears

What does a crisis in Cyprus have to do with the stock price of Bristol-Myers?

March Stock Madness

My March Stock Madness contest forecasts the winner among my favorite longs and shorts within a time frame of three to six months. "I'm living the dream." -- Dick Vitale Welcome to my 2013 long/short brackets for March Stock Madness. Unlike the NCAA...

From the Street of Dreams

Here is a roundup of analysts' actions this morning. Below are this morning's analysts' actions: Goldman Sachs upgrades Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold (FCX). Compass Point downgrades Schwab (SCHW) to Sell. Jefferies downgrades Transocean (RIG). UBS ...

Inconsistent Action

Inconsistent Action

Mineral stocks are down while industrials rally, and retailers are all over the map.

Tupperware Preserves Gains: Dividend Corner

Tupperware Preserves Gains: Dividend Corner

Express bucks the bullish trend in retail as the Dow tries to post the first nine-day gain since 1996. Presented by Stocks Under $10 Portfolio Manager, David Peltier.

Why P&G is Winning and JCP is Losing

Why P&G is Winning and JCP is Losing

Roger Martin, author of Playing To Win, tells Gregg Greenberg the reasons behind P&G's success and J.C. Penney's failure.

A Market With No Memory or Conviction

A Market With No Memory or Conviction

The sudden swings and lurches aren't in synch with the data in any way.

Cramer's What's Hot - What's Not Charts

Cramer's What's Hot - What's Not Charts

Jim Cramer highlights his 'best in show' charts as well as his 'ripe for correction' charts to TheStreet's Debra Borchardt.

Levels

Currently, only five out of 77 stocks I have mentioned recently are eligible to buy, down from nine out of 74 in mid-January. Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld): (To Kramer and Morty) What is this about? Kramer (Michael Richards): I'm completely changing the co...

Rules of the Game: Another Set of Discretionaries

Rules of the Game: Another Set of Discretionaries

Three more investment ideas from the consumer sector.

On the Rebound: Before the Bell

On the Rebound: Before the Bell

Portfolio manager David Peltier previews Friday's trading action.