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Peltz is also saying that Millennials aren't interested in legacy brands and P&G disagrees.
The Oracle realizes packaged-goods moats have been permanently damaged.
I am short Mondelez , Procter & Gamble and Unilever -- in keeping with Warren Buffett's thoughts (see below).
"In business, I look for economic castles protected by unbreachable 'moats'." -- Warren Buffett According to Warren Buffett, the wider a business' moat, the more likely it is to stand the test of time. In days of old, a castle was protected by a moa...
If it turns out that things aren't so bad, stocks will be bought back.
These disparate names seem to fit quite well with the investment approach of the Oracle of Omaha.
It was a mixed end to a rocky day of trading.
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The 2 big deals just announced are defensive, not growth makers.
Without them, retail groups are at the mercy of short-sellers.
"I never knew how easy the game of baseball was until I entered the broadcasting booth." -- Mickey Mantle While the markets were relatively flat there was a lot of subsurface action. The Alternative to the Bullish View. I might be right I might be...
The list begins with oil, but there's a ripple effect.
Spending has remained sub-par this spring.
If you piece things together from what companies tell you, the picture is pretty positive.
And that's where we fell for the line.
A blossoming middle class and fast-growing e-commerce sector present an opportunity that international investors are beginning to exploit.
Their overseas business has been carrying them.
I am not calling for the end of the Trump trade, but Europe looks good.
People there are far less worried than people in the U.S. about currency breakdowns or political stress.
There are too many zero-sum games being portrayed as win-wins.
Here are some examples of why you should stay on board.
With consumers trading content ownership for subscriptions in greater numbers, a game-download service for Xbox One users could prove successful.
There are nearly too many surging sectors to count.
These may be uncharted waters, but they're not necessarily expensive.
Stocks post solid gains with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up for its eighth straight session on the back of positive retail earnings.
This week's Trade of the Week is long Campbell Soup ($58.48). I view this trade as an opportunistic buy after the shares fell off mightily -- by more than $4 -- on Friday based on several factors: CPB had a bottom-line beat of three cents per share,...
Without the Kraft Heinz bid, this stock will continue to underperform.
U.S. stock futures on Tuesday are rising following the long weekend and ahead of earnings reports from some retail heavyweights