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Get your plan in place, but understand that the Republic is not in jeopardy.
Here are some examples of why you should stay on board.
They are all now in play, until proved otherwise.
Think of it as a consumer-products company, like Gillette.
CLX has already retraced about half of its prior decline.
Until they realize the secular shift away from malls, retail names are just playing the victim.
Banking stocks led Wall Street sharply higher to end the week on the promise of relaxed regulations.
Jim Cramer says P&G earnings show that investors should consider consumer products stocks one again.
An upgrade on stock of Clorox doesn't mean that company is set to outperform other consumer products companies.
Survey says: Maybe business is getting better.
Plus other sectors to watch in this rotation.
Stocks sensitive to interest rates are doing better today.
We have a host of positives that can and do seem to be playing out.
Investors might want to be cautious with these stocks, ranked a 1 on the S&P STARS scale.
The stock has gotten off to a rousing start, but competition in the cosmetics space should cause investors to look below the surface.
Apart from the Fed, there are other factors that make investors nervous.
And what happened to all those predicting a surprise rate hike?
It's not often that you see a stock like General Mills drop three points or 4% in one day's session.
This group may prove to be the most vulnerable out there at the moment.
Several major diversified companies are getting in on the humanization of pets trend and are capitalizing on pets becoming family members.
Walmart's move demonstrates that you have to feed the beast or risk getting eaten.
Kellogg always seems to be in cost-cutting mode and needs to find growth like other consumer staples players like Clorox and General Mills have done, said TheStreet's Jim Cramer.