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What We Need Now? Pure and simple. Follow through. Equity markets have to follow through.
The idea is to identify those that might ultimately recover in the new year.
General Mills offers a 3% yield and has avoided cuts to its dividend for 118 straight years.
I have often written or spoken of the 'half-way back' economy, symbolized by a 'reversed' square root symbol.
Disinfectant makers, home repair retailers and even camping equipment names might be your best bet until a vaccine comes.
I recently endorsed the packaged foods goods sector and have purchased more Kraft Heinz , TreeHouse Foods and J. M. Smucker . (All three are on my Best Ideas List.) The stocks did quite well yesterday. Credit Suisse chimed in bullishly this morning ...
The problem for index fund owners is they own all three buckets and there are a lot more companies in the third bucket than in the first two.
I think their sales are sustainable in part because we are scared to go to the supermarket but we know we have to because we can't go out much.
It's still not a stock picker's market, but have a list of names ready to perform amid the coronavirus crisis.
If this group begins to outperform, then I'd use it as an indication of caution.
Markets have never had to price in a global economic collapse of this magnitude before. And a very real danger exists for small businesses.
I would posit that when we see the excitement around General Mills and Campbell Soup wane, we'll find more stability in the market.
Before taking the stage at the CAGNY investor conference in Orlando, General Mills reiterated its recent guidance that calls for organic sales growth of 1%-2% this year and constant-currency adjusted diluted EPS to be up 3%-5% vs. +5% consensus. It ...
General Mills has a long history of generating consistent growth over many decades -- and a high yield of 3.7%.
We turn our attention, not in the least bit eagerly, but fully focused on what comes next.
This week brings key results from Micron, Nike and FedEx, among others.
Turning to corporate earnings to be had next week, much like this week there will be a handful of ones to dissect ahead of the upcoming December quarter earnings bonanza that will kick off in about one month. Here are some of the ones worth watching...
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.
From poultry and snacks to cereal, ice cream and an 'organic' ETF, these top food stocks are a tasty dish for investors.
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.
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.
Plus, here's a strategy for investing in oil that even the retail investor can employ.
Post's IPO of its star Active Nutrition segment is expected to take place in the December quarter.