Performance results will likely trail business results, according to the charts. Proceed with caution.
AT&T has provided investors with a 9% annualized total return over the last eight years.
Boston Beer's business has been booming over the past 15 years. That doesn't necessarily mean you should invest in it.
3M has shown a great propensity to reward shareholders, but the stock is not as great as you may think.
Chuck Carnevale agrees with Jim Cramer on J&J but thinks overpaying -- even for quality -- can lead to performance results that trail business results.
Chevron seems to be a slightly more attractive investment, but that's not to say Exxon isn't worth another look.
Its business results don't appear to be a problem, but Nike's valuation moving forward might be.
Israel-based Teva doesn't have to do anything spectacular to warrant a second look.
Chuck Carnevale differs from Jim Cramer in his comparison of the two giants of the pharmacy services industry.
These 12 charts reveal why Amazon is really amazing and befuddling at the same time.