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It's a good time to pick up some insurance for your portfolio.
These food companies still look good to me -- and so does one ETF in particular.
These fanciful folks, it seems, just want to make themselves feel better about missing last year's 'phony' rally.
Consolidation in the chicken industry has led to higher prices for consumers, worse conditions for farmers and huge profits for producers like Tyson and Pilgrim's Pride.
Beef, pork and cocoa are rising, and coffee prices are starting to wake up.
This week's earnings should help answer a number of questions.
Poultry company stocks may benefit from these developments.
Chicken and pork producers should see rising margins and stocks.
A rally in China helped the Dow briefly break through the historic 16,000 mark. Daniel Bigel, CEO of The OIX, talks tax credits.
Earnings from Tyson Foods and Urban Outfitters will keep investors watching the market--as well as which credit card company Jim Cramer is buying.
It'll be a big week for many of the nation's large retailers, with TJX Companies, JCPenney, Sears Holdings, Target and Gap just some of the names reporting earnings.
These charts -- half bullish, half bearish -- can give us a lot of insight into price.
If you're holding shares of Tyson Foods, exit before they regress even further.
The recent move in corn prices has prompted me to check in on coffee, cocoa and sugar as well.
Revenue growth is stalling, and companies that buck the trend will be the ones to watch.
Let's take a peek at overnight and early-morning price action in several important asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures -1; Nasdaq futures +1; Nikkei 1.3% (weak economic data, see below); China Shanghai +1%-; Europe up small -- HSBC (HBC) is down...
These purchases could be seen as a bullish bet on the chicken industry in general.
Stocks remained range-bound Monday, flatlining after Friday's record-breaking rally. TheStreet's Gregg Greenberg reveals the day's winners.