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Given the bevy of recent outlook cuts, investors will likely be bracing for more in the near future.
None of these tools have anything to do with owning four flatscreen computer monitors.
These two all-weather stocks can both persevere in tough markets and shine in normal ones.
Consumers want to eat more fresh fruit, but that doesn't translate into great stock performance.
General Mills CEO Ken Powell says inflation should be much lower next year and that his company may cut prices of its Yoplait yogurt line.
The unfettered nature of grains and currencies can wreak havoc, and companies that have used hedges are winners.
Sanjeev Sardana, CEO of Bluepointe Capital Management, walks us through his strategy for finding and managing yield.
Falling commodity prices will benefit companies that produce consumer staples.
Europe will hurt the market this summer and Jim Cramer thinks that a stock like General Mills is the best answer to fight that risk.
I'm still seeing bearish signs all over the place. These days, it appears there's nowhere to hide.
Dan Fitzpatrick examines three stocks viewed on Fast Money. Today's stocks include General Mills, Ventas, and Apollo Residential.
It seems as though portfolio managers' mark-ups counteracted today's negative macro news.
Ken Shreve takes a look at economic data and earnings reports for the week of June 25.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, explains how she's trading the P&G news.
Stephanie Link, director of research at TheStreet, likes companies that benefit from lower commodity prices.
Brad Thompson, CIO of Stadion Money Management, is staying defensive for now.
Jim Cramer discusses how owning domestic stocks is important to protect against Europe, but they must be bought at the right price.
The company managed to sink its positive earnings report, but a slew of other names are set to benefit.
Joe Duran, CEO of United Capital, believes investing in multi-national corporations with strong brand recognition is a good strategy for this environment.
With the run-up in fuel and food, look for waning profit targets, especially in casual dining and transports.
Stephanie Link, director of research, says consumer staple stocks are hard to own right now, and only recommends buying special situations in the sector.
Neither the macroeconomic data nor the corporate results have been very encouraging lately.
I'm searching for ways to be bullish, but we do need to be very aware of worrying macro issues.