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With its 12.10% projected five-year annual growth rate and 3.06% dividend, investors should stick with Sysco and haul in profits for years to come.
New investors should wait for clearer signs that the business economics of Anadarko, which relies on higher oil prices, still makes sense.
With the prospect of the strong U.S. dollar posing as a potential headwind this quarter, investors should stay away from this stock, which pays no dividend.
Holding Exxon stock is too great of a risk amid a jittery market that seems ready to punish anything with poor fundamentals.
After delivering its ninth straight profitable quarter, Stanley has the tools to deliver long-term profits.
Despite some encouraging signs in Consol's fourth-quarter results, there is little to suggest that its future is bright.
Investors should trim some of those 2014 gains now and buy back on any pullback in the quarters ahead.
If you don't own MasterCard shares, now's the time to buy.
Investors should consider buying Visa on this announcement and hold for the long term.
The fundamentals of the coal industry are poor.