With North American drilling activity expected to remain robust, Halliburton's exposure gives it an advantage, when it comes to offsetting the global slowdown in energy spending.
Shareholders may receive more cash if P&G's plan to become leaner and more profitable pans out.
The stock is expensive and it has already outperformed the market.
With higher profits on the horizon, Hershey shares won't remain weak forever.
Comerica hasn't let gloomy outlooks deter it from returning value to shareholders.
Caterpillar continues to show why its business is better than industry conditions.
Dow's yield of 2.9%, which is above the average for dividend-paying stocks in the S&P 500, means investors can afford to wait for the company to continue creating value.
With the company actively buying back its stock and paying 3.5% yield, it's showing confidence in itself and putting money where its mouth is, making it worth the wait.
Huntington, which has bought back 32 million shares of its stock in the last 12 months, won't remain a secret forever.
U.S. Bancorp remains an underappreciated name despite being one of the best-managed banks.