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Longer-term charts of MKC remain strong, but the daily bar chart reveals buyers are pulling back; cutting long exposure ahead of Thursday's earnings would be a prudent measure.
There are ways to invest in the basket of companies that have increased their dividends for years on end that go beyond ETFs; here are a couple of them.
Investors on the hunt for safe-haven stocks need to be wary of dividend yields that look too good to be true.
Equity markets marked time on Monday, mostly on light volume.
What happened today is a recognition by money managers that they are paying too much for the drug and food stocks and too little for the building block techs.
Replacing fear with pragmatism, that is our goal.
Top financial advisors serve up their favorite ideas in the food, drink and dining sectors.
It's awfully hard to tell what anyone is thinking or what patterns might exist that can be gamed and played.
While the S&P 500 has risen by roughly 9% this year, BBBY had given up 14% as of Wednesday's close.
The spice maker already was in an established uptrend but recently has exploded to new highs, and it likely is not finished.
Business is quite strong, despite what the market is saying.
These stocks are selling at historically low earnings multiples, but have raised their dividends for decades.
The Nasdaq U.S. Broad Dividend Achievers Index is a good place to start.
But the Dow stocks keep making up for lost ground from Thursday and Friday.
There probably will not be a trade war, beyond the intention of making a point.
These names look poised to benefit from consumers' shift toward healthier meals and Internet food shopping.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.
Thermo Fisher and McCormick deals show the true colors of stocks.
McCormick unveils an equity offering.
The deal will see McCormick & Company pay $4.2 billion
The 2 big deals just announced are defensive, not growth makers.
Yellen's comments contribute to stocks as GDP expectations slip.