|Day Low/High||145.07 / 151.06|
|52 Wk Low/High||106.11 / 150.82|
But the State of the Union speech is simply not investable these days.
I've been pleasantly surprised by my conversations with folks at my recent book signings.
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That's the question of the day as the indices hit all-time highs and analysts raise their S&P estimates.
These days, a good balance sheet and nice earnings are enough to shoot a stock into the stratosphere.
Unless the company raises the dividend, further upside potential for this food company is probably limited.