In the second half of the 1990s, Walmart was a broker/media market favourite. It rose from around $10 a share in the mid-1990s, to around $70 by the start of the year 2000. Back then, Walmart stock was still featured in the broker/media limelight, and… Read More
Holding consumer products stocks in your portfolio adds diversification—and protection against economic downturns
Regardless of the economy, consumer products stocks profit from continual customer demand. Learn more and find one of our recommendations here.
Consumer products stocks benefit from continuous, habitual use and have a steady core of sales, regardless of the economy and business cycles. Typically, consumer-products companies… Read More
DUPONT DE NEMOURS INC., $55.58 symbol DD on New York, formerly known as DowDuPont, took its current form on June 1, 2019, when it set up Corteva (its agriculture business) as a separate company (symbol CTVA on New York and a recommendation of our Power… Read More
ADOBE INC., $428.01, is a buy. The company (symbol ADBE on Nasdaq), makes software that lets computer users create, edit and share documents in the popular PDF format.
Adobe’s decision a few years ago to switch to selling its programs as ongoing subscriptions instead of one-time… Read More
NIELSEN HOLDINGS PLC, $12.71, symbol NLSN on New York, is a New York-based provider of information and measurement services that let companies develop a better understanding of consumer behaviour. It’s best known for its Nielsen TV ratings.
The company has two main businesses. Its “Buy” operating… Read More
Improved sales of more-healthful snacks led to a 2.1% revenue bump for this company during the most-recent quarter.
The firm’s strategy of acquiring products with appeal for baby boomers adds to its future growth potential.
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MONDELEZ INTERNATIONAL INC., (Nasdaq symbol MDLZ; www.mondelezinternational.com) makes cookies and crackers (Oreo,… Read More
EDGEWELL PERSONAL CARE CO. $34.03, symbol EPC on New York, is a consumer products company. Its brands include Schick, Edge, Hawaiian Tropic, Playtex and Wet Ones.
Energizer Holdings Inc. (symbol ENR on New York) spun off the company in July 2015.
In a bid to increase value… Read More
THE STARS GROUP INC., $30.95, symbol TSGI on Toronto, owns online and mobile gaming brands PokerStars, PokerStars Casino, BetStars, Full Tilt, and FOX Bet. Formerly known as Amaya, the company (TSG) is now the biggest publicly listed online gambling provider after paying $4.7 billion (all… Read More
BORGWARNER INC., $33.57, symbol BWA on New York, is a global supplier of auto parts. It has manufacturing facilities at 67 locations in 19 countries and employs more than 30,000 people worldwide.
On January 28, BorgWarner announced that it would acquire Delphi Technologies plc (symbol DLPH… Read More
CINCINNATI BELL, $13.71. symbol CBB on New York, is primarily a regional provider of residential and business Internet and cable TV services. It reaches more than 1.3 million homes in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana and Hawaii with its fibre broadband, video and voice services. The company… Read More