|Day Low/High||138.79 / 144.57|
|52 Wk Low/High||125.27 / 145.79|
Let's tick down what hasn't gone wrong -- and what's making this market so resilient.
Given these climbing prices, it could be an interesting summer.
Kimberly Clark breaks above monthly resistance to new high, building its upper-level base.
Today's Hot Topic covers a broad analysis for the S&P, a top down approach to metals and their ETFs along with ideas on a few standouts in KMB, DVN & NVDA.
Consumer staples are dragging, which could signal a period of market stability. A lot of the S&P 500/DJIA damage is weakness in defense consumer staples -- Coca-Cola (KO), Procter & Gamble (PG), Colgate-Palmolive (CL), International Flavors & Fragra...
Now we can expect to hear strategists say they expected this all along.
The company, with its unflagging value-creation, illustrates why this market is such a tough short.
Stay focused on the companies that provide products people can't go without.
Kimberly-Clark offers a solid dividend yield in a rising rate environment. Portfolio Manager David Peltier analyzes if the stock is a buy.
After that quarter, I believe the underperformance will end today.
Consumer packaged goods plays are selling off and interest rates continue to move higher.