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You need to steel yourself and your portfolio so you can tough it out whatever the Fed does on interest rates.
Look for 2015's record run of mergers and acquisitions to continue.
CAT is now on surer technical footing.
For Tuesday November 3, investors are anxiously awaiting earnings from several notable companies including Tesla and Etsy.
Investors are willfully paying heartier valuations to own companies that could flat out underwhelm.
Consumer pullback toward the end of the third quarter could lead to lackluster results in November.
We would buy near $24.50, but we would question the stock's strength on a move below $22.
Volume has been higher on weeks when the stock closed higher, which is a positive technical sign.
Until we see the outcome, there is no reason for aggressive buying.
Unknown to most hungry snack food fans, food and beverage giant PepsiCo (PEP) has been using 3D printing to help produce Ruffles potato chips since 2011.
There are some good buying ideas among these stocks.
High-growth names, big commodity-takers, consumer plays shine today.
Comcast (CMCSA) estimates that advertising sales for the 2016 Rio Olympics will exceed $1 billion, as the advertising gold rush begins to kick off ahead of next year's Summer Games.
Cereal maker's rallying on good earnings -- but should go higher.
Ingredient makeovers and retailer resets are breathing new life into these classic names.
Companies are trimming the fat, so to speak, which could mean fewer jobs.
I think that the stock of Delta is more wrong than the oils.
This Fourth of July you'll be able to celebrate the lower costs of just about all the commodities that will go into making your family barbecue this weekend.
Papa Johns is the latest big food brand to clean up its act and cut down on artificial ingredients as consumers become more health conscious.
XLP, Kellogg and Coke charts suggest shares are ready to break out.