Best Investments for 2015
Jim Cramer sees a selective Santa Claus rally on Wall Street this year, with companies like Amazon and Google benefiting the most. Cramer takes viewer questions via Twitter and Facebook.
Here are five stocks that churn out robust income, year in and year out. They've consistently grown dividends, a record they're on the verge of repeating in 2016.
Soda sales may be flat but the 33-cent quarterly payout is just bubbly.
In addition to hurting its tax-haven status, Europe's crackdown may galvanize support for President Obama's efforts to address corporate offshoring of profits to avoid taxes in the U.S.
Cramer thinks Mobileye is too expensive, is not a fan of Anadarko's most recent quarter and is avoiding McDermott International.
The following Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPS) conference call took place on October 22, 2015, 11:00 AM ET. This is a transcript of that earnings call:
Consumers are abandoning carbonated beverages faster than expected. Pepsi trades at nearly the same multiple as Coke but has the better business mix.
Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are rumored to be competing to invest in Greek yogurt maker Chobani. Here is why Coca-Cola needs to make something happen.
Food and beverage giant PepsiCo had another strong quarter. Here is how they did it, despite continued sluggish sales of soda.
Pepsico and Yum! report earnings Tuesday.
Global warming is affecting the world's supplies of water, and with that comes risk to the packaged food industry.
Coca-Cola has time to reinvent itself, but its long-term future looks increasingly uncertain. Will Pepsi continue to be the better investment going forward?
With sales of soda declining, PepsiCo has been ahead of rivals in pouring money into developing new snacks and beverages, and the strategy is paying dividends.
GOP frontrunner Donald Trump, preparing for his second debate on Wednesday, has never declared bankruptcy. His businesses have, though -- four times. Find out what went wrong.
If you stick with these five companies, you'll have the perfect formula for juicy dividend income without needing to worry about a dividend cut.