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With the bank now focusing on less volatile businesses and cutting costs, Goldman's investment profile looks less risky.
W.W. Grainger provides investors excellent value, as a company that's strived to diversify offerings and purchasing channels -- and bestowing a dividend of $4.32 per share.
JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo showed better results than expected and so should Citigroup.
If chipmaker AMD can better diversify its business, it may rebound in the long term. But that's not a bet I'm willing to make with my own money.
BlackRock already has 7% of the asset-management market already under its watch, and it looks to be increasing its position -- and its profit margins.
Combined with its dividend yield of over 4% and its diversified business, Kinder Morgan is a buy when you consider these additional three things.
The prospect of higher commercial and consumer loans makes USB stock attractive.
Investors would do well collecting the dividend, while allowing CEO A.G. Lafley to finish what he's started.
That GE quickly raised its status from a dog to a prince should also raise the profile of competing conglomerates Eaton and ABB.
PNC is finding ways to create value for its customers and shareholders.