Consumer Staples

Branded consumer giant is in a difficult position similar to Procter & Gamble.
The longer shares stay below $45, the greater the risk of further declines.
Just because the stock has been falling for a long time doesn't mean it can't keep falling.
PG is still in a downtrend.
CL is pushing higher out of a small bullish flag today.
Let's check out the latest charts and indicators for some price targets.
Support in the $90-$88 area did not hold for that long and the downtrend has continued.
Why TGT and KR shouldn't rush into marriage.
CLX traders and investors should be prepared for further declines in the months ahead.
Perhaps the weakest area of the market right now is the consumer staples sector.

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