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Recent moves in industrial stocks demonstrate the importance of buying hated stock/groups when your conviction is high.
We are taking some profits in PEP to fund our purchase of SLB. Plus, updates on FB, PYPL and RTN.
Earnings have been strong, and analysts will soon start to concentrate more on actual weakness than shadow-boxing weakness.
These blue chips pay shareholders handsomely in the form of dividends and share buybacks.
Stocks moved up this week as earnings season got underway and investors shrugged off more trade war threats from President Trump.
Burger King should get some good press for a recent good deed, but it has received some flack for past marketing missteps.
Target capitalizes on Amazon Prime Day. Who knows why Texas Instruments CEO resigned. The M&A outlook still looks strong, suggests Goldman Sachs.
From Coca-Cola to Pfizer, these blue chips offer well-supported dividend payouts.
U.S. stocks ended the week higher as earnings season got underway and investors shook off the latest round of trade tensions
This is likely to be quickly forgotten again and the focus turn to earnings.
So much for the market's shocking rally over the past few sessions - investors just got punched in the gut by team Trump.
Jim Cramer weighs in on PayPal, U.S. Concrete, CSX, Goodyear, CBRL Group, Albermarle, LM Ericsson, GeoPark and more.
Jim Cramer uses PepsiCo's earnings, which crushed analysts' expectations, to illustrate why investors need to do their own homework to find real winners.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, July 10.
Today's action in the stock confirms our decision to trim into strength last Thursday.
The company's strong quarter should scare the Dickens out of the naysayers.
The DJIA and S&P 500 had some decent gains, but breadth was negative with about 3,230 to 3,600 losers.
Let's go over some of the top stories on Tuesday.
The Dow and S&P 500 booked a fourth straight day of gains Tuesday, while the Nasdaq ended flat as earnings season got underway.
If second quarter's results are any indication, Pepsi is not letting consumers' changing tastes slow it down.
The soft-drink giant is up some 4% on good earnings. Here's a three-part call play on the move.
Second-quarter results were good enough to make PEP a safe haven for those looking to park some cash.
NAB is becoming less of a drag on the great organic sales seen at Frito-Lay and International.
Jim discusses PepsiCo's earnings, our defense names and answers two club-member questions!
PepsiCo blew away Wall Street profit forecasts on Tuesday. TheStreet discusses the quarter with PepsiCo Chief Financial Officer Hugh Johnston.
Inside PepsiCo's second-quarter results. Will better-than-expected results jump-start the beverage and snack giant's stock?
Alphabet is sitting on a gem in Waymo. Here's what one well-known analyst had to say on the business.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly on Tuesday as investors switch their focus to earnings season; Donald Trump announces that Brett Kavanaugh will be his second nominee for the Supreme Court; Fox is preparing a new bid for Sky PLC that would top Comcast's offer, a report says.
S&P 500 companies could see earnings growth of as much as 20%over the second quarter, according to FactSet estimates, marking the second best three-month stretch since late 2010.
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