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KMB stock is down 18% in the last eight months. However the company finds itself in a sweet spot where demand on the commercial and professional side should kick in even if consumer demand declines. That should help mitigate some of the added costs. Plus, you’re investing in a company that provides a strong, reliable dividend.
Tractor Supply Company (NASDAQ:TSCO) will report earnings on April 22 before the market opens. The consensus among analysts is for earnings per share of around 96 cents on revenue of $2.43 billion.
Nucor (NYSE:NUE) will report earnings before the market opens on April 22. The company is expected to show strong growth from the prior quarter. The consensus of analysts is for the steelmaker to deliver earnings per share (EPS) of $3.08 on revenue of $7.2 billion.
Churchill Downs has become a significant player in the online and on-site gaming sectors. However for CHDN stock to fire on all cylinders, they need more guests at its namesake racing venue.
Truist Financial (NYSE:TFC) is a super-regional bank that was formerly known as the Branch Banking and Trust Company (BB&T). The bank changed its name after merging with Atlanta-based SunTrust Bank in December 2019
If you had bought DAL stock at the beginning of the year, you’re up 22%. But in the last month, the stock has dropped about 6% on two separate occasions. This is creating what I believe will be a great opportunity for investors to buy shares of the airline at a discount as air traffic begins to return.
SMBX is an online marketplace that allows individual investors to buy small business financial securities. It can be difficult for some small businesses to get a business loan. With SMBX, a small business owner is taking a different route. In this case, they are raising capital from the public
The price of crude oil recently went back over $60 a barrel. The pent-up demand is beginning to gain momentum. As it does investors are beginning to realize that there's an opportunity in oil and gas stocks. With that in mind, these three stocks look to be in growth mode for opportunistic investors.
Pet ownership is up and so are the stocks of many pet stocks. This is making pet stocks one of the hottest sectors in the market. So let’s take a look at three pet stocks that investors should keep their eye on as we move into the second quarter of 2021.
The juice has gone out of EV stocks in 2021. But if you’re an investor that buys into the better mousetrap theory than Romeo Power looks like a stock that you can buy now and continue to add to your position as the company begins to live up to its potential.
BlackBerry stock got caught up in the meme stock shenanigans and soared to a 10-year high. BB stock has come back to earth, and on the heels of a weak earnings report and with meaningful revenue from its recent contracts awhile away, it’s fair to wonder if BlackBerry has further to fall.
McCormick stock may not be spicy enough for growth investors. However value investing is making a comeback, and I like MKC stock for a reliable dividend and the ability to capture some stock price growth that approximates the growth of the company’s business which has been around 4% to 5% over the last three years.
Despite what was largely seen as a solid first earnings report after going public, shares of Golden Nugget Online Gaming (NASDAQ:GNOG) are down 14% in the last five trading days.
Despite the bullish outlook for electric vehicles that support a nationwide charging network, Blink Charging is not yet profitable and light on revenue. That’s not a sustainable narrative for BLNK stock.