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Here are some stocks that will do well amid a U.S. debt default -- and others that stand to get clobbered.
Stay focused on the companies that provide products people can't go without.
Portfolio Manager David Peltier expects this cigarette-maker will raise its dividend again in August.
Menthol Madness, Cool Hand Cohen and Dell's Thin Dime highlight Gregg Greenberg's list of the 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week.
E-Cigarettes are taking off and all the major tobacco companies are jumping into the market, says Kevin Frija, CEO of Vapor Corp.
E-cigarettes are taking off and all the major tobacco companies are jumping into the market, says Kevin Frija, CEO of Vapor Corp.
Here's the state of play of the immigration bill and tobacco regulations.
Bill and Larry Sherman share the family history and how the brand's commitment to service, expertise and a passion for authenticity has opened up a whole new generation to a truly special experience.
Watch the market reaction to RAI's report Tuesday, and look at the price action in LO.
TheStreet hits the street as Brian Sozzi of NBG Productions tries to convince Debra Borchardt that tobacco stocks are bad for Dad's portfolio.
Until we get visibility on Europe and other issues, stick with dividends and 'guilty pleasures.'
United Bancorp could be the perfect name for those who want to put money to work right now.
Pepsi's earnings will reveal the company's plans to address market share loss to Coca-Cola.
You can't just pile into a stock with a pretty percentage in the 'dividend' column -- use the charts to help you pick your spots.
This ends a healthy consolidation period and puts RAI on course for a new leg higher.
I have been bullish on Cisco for a while, and -- particularly in light of Friday's performance -- I still am.
A veritable avalanche of great dividends are coming. Here's a healthy sampling of them.