The auto giant's unit sales fell nearly 6% in June. It has a new CEO. With all the uncertainty, the stock is at a bargain price.
P&G's shares are stalled, and investors are wondering what its legendary CEO has up his sleeve.
This multi-billion dollar precious metals business is about cashing royalty checks and may be the safest gold stock an investor can own.
The company is selling non-core, low-margin international assets to fund domestic growth. This should pay off in many ways.
A stock split would reduce the share price below $100 so more retail investors and funds could afford to own AutoZone. But volatility would increase.
In a market where bargains are hard to find this 140-year-old company stands out as it recovers from the doldrums.
Big Blue looks like a ship struggling to stay afloat.
This once-popular drug stock is shunned and misunderstood by most investors.
Rumor of a merger pushed the price up. Investors should sit on their hands and wait for the stock to come down.
There are many compelling reasons to own this stock starting with the company's business model.