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Bite Into Yum! Brands Stock For Appetizing Profits

Investors would do well to ignore the seemingly pricey stock and focus on where the profits are heading.

PepsiCo Can Still Satisfy Despite What Earnings Results Reveal

Thirsty for profits? Pour in some Pepsi.

Buy Underpriced American Express Before It Goes Ex-Dividend

American Express's struggles have made it one of the worst-performing Dow components, but now it's undervalued and a good buy, especially when there's the bonus of a quick dividend.

Buy Comcast for the Dividend Now, Profit From Its Growth Later

Comcast stock is 23% below its average analyst 12-month price target of $70, and it's trading at just 16 times earnings. October's dividend is just the icing on the cake.

Gap Is a Buy Thanks to Its Fashionable Dividend Yield

Given its above-average dividend yield and implied 22% stock gains, patience is the best way to play Gap.

Paychex Can Still Pay Off for Long-Term Investors

Investors who look long term should ignore Paychex's premium stock price and focus on the value the company is building.

Bank on JPMorgan Chase for its Dividend, Cheap Valuation

Between JPMorgan's healthy dividend yield and its currently discounted P/E ratio, the world's third-largest bank by market cap is an excellent candidate for investors using the 'buying dividends' strategy.

Avoid Barracuda Networks Despite Wednesday's Price Plunge

Security and storage services provider Barracuda is a risky buy until it can get revenue going in the right direction and strengthen its recurring business.

Buy Cisco's Strong Dividend for Its Value, Safety

With a net cash position of about $35 billion, Cisco has many ways to return cash to shareholders via buybacks and higher dividends.

Progress Software Stock Might Make Investors Happy After All

Progress is on track for 6% EPS growth in 2016, based on average estimates of $1.58 a share.

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