General Mills has raised its dividend almost 60% in the past four years, or about 15% annually. Here's why the stock is appealing ahead of its earnings report.
General Mills should do well if it can extract value from Annie's, improve its margins and grow market share from its new products.
The sector has performed well this year. The question is, will it last?
Until the company shows better execution these shares should be avoided or until $46 is reached.