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PEP has been in a neutral pattern heading into its upcoming earnings report.
This week the Bureau of Economic Analysis will release its very first estimate for first quarter U.S. economic growth on a quarter over quarter, annualized, and then seasonally adjusted basis.
How has my book evolved since the Fed and Treasury rode into town? Here's how.
As some alcoholic beverage names move to 'lighter' products to lure health-conscious consumers, PG remains on the ... throne.
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.
Amid this crisis, we've changed our lifestyles and habits in ways likely to stay, even after the smoke clears.
Checking out the charts of this consumer staples stock.
Now that the service economy is pretty much stopped in its tracks, here are promising areas, including technology as manufacturing, to consider.
PepsiCo has fallen flat, but it will bubble up again.
After a strong day for fixed-income markets, let's learn from 2008 how to play this volatility.
I've got a taste for these dividend stocks: McCormick, PepsiCo and AT&T.
KO pays a sustainable dividend -- and is attractive in uncertain times -- but it's exposed to breakdowns in supply chains and demand.
The company telegraphed a boost to its payout on its latest earnings call.
You can either get out of the way, or get with it, but I fully endorse PEP as a defensive holding for nervous portfolio managers.
PEP could trade sideways for a few days to weeks but the major trend is up.
The inaccurate reporting on PepsiCo's earnings shows why it can be costly to react to the rapid-fire news stories that follow a release.
Newly confirmed cases of the Covid-19 virus spiked from Hubei Province in China, where the city of Wuhan is located. The number of related deaths increased as well.
Investors have shunned certain groups and latched onto others, and the bifurcation has created too many haves vs. have nots in the last few weeks.
Pretty soon we'll start to hear quite a bit about the upcoming NFL Super Bowl, with no shortage of it on the commercials. As we know, those tend to cost quite a pretty penny. Variety reports a 30-second commercial will fetch $5.6 million this year, ...
This is a market that thrives on growth. Tesla has it in spades.
Following the movement of Mastercard, PepsiCo and Verizon.
There are plenty of stocks that have been thrown away for several weeks because of a belief that the Fed and a trade deal will avoid a recession.
Top picks include blue chips and under-the-radar names.
On the biggest day for earnings reports in the S&P let me give you my scorecard to date so you know which pile your stocks might land in.
Do not look at Coke as a value play. This is more a play on global growth, but within the context of a defensive sector.
These stocks's earnings were 'not as bad as feared,' and here are some more names that pushed the NABAF narrative.
When you have an oversold market you've got a true coiled spring that can rally beyond where it might ordinary go on good news.