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  1. Trade American Express on Both Sides (AXP, V)

  2. Consumer Staple Stocks Are Poised to Pop

  3. Why is this hedge fund mogul fleeing tech?

  4. Is now the time to buy into the future of cars? (TSLA)

  5. AAPL and MCD Earnings Steal the Show

  6. 2016 Could Be Another Great Year For The Consumer Discretionary Sector

  7. Apple, Facebook, and Amazon have big plans (AAPL, FB)

  8. Should Nike worry about Under Armour’s growth? (NKE, UA)

  9. Kimberley-Clark: A Good Defensive Pick

  10. Colgate-Palmolive, The Clean And Shiny Investment

  11. What Is Verizon's Latest Strategy?

  12. Invest In Consumer Staples With This ETF

  13. Apple Will Market Perform With iPhone 6s (AAPL)

  14. GoPro drives Ambarella Inc to Beat Earnings Expectations

  15. Why Now is the Time for Food and Beverage Stocks

  16. Profit from Consumer Spending with this ETF (VCR)

  17. 'Tis The Season For Food And Beverage Stocks

  18. When The Market Gets Rough Turn To This ETF

  19. Unconventional Drilling Still Has Room To Boom

  20. 4 Consumer Goods Stocks to Watch

  21. Is Now The Time To Buy Commodities?

  22. Invest In Share Buybacks With This ETF

  23. Let Consumer Spending Trends Lead You To Big Gains

  24. How To Capitalize On Rising Energy Prices

  25. Trading the Lagging Discretionaries

  26. Is There Any Samba Left In Brazil's Stocks?

  27. Can Apple Sustain This Latest Rally?

  28. How Chevron Found Itself Spanning The Globe

  29. How Procter & Gamble Found Itself in Everyone's Cupboard

  30. The LNG Opportunity Keeps Getting Better

  31. Why Walmart's Growth is No Longer a Given

  32. How To Hedge Your Grocery Bill- Higher Prices Are Coming

  33. Playing The Growth In Natural Gas Powered Vehicles

  34. Ways To Indirectly Invest In Tesla’s Momentum

  35. Now Is The Time To Buy Consumer Staples Stocks

  36. Utilities And Consumer Staples Move Into Focus

  37. For Consumer Discretionary Investors, Luxury Is Where It’s At

  38. Is Jarden Burning The Candle From Both Ends?

  39. BRF S.A. Serves Up A Feast For Investors

  40. RetailMeNot Jumps 34% In IPO Debut--Should You Buy?

  41. Drugs Driving JNJ, With Slow Progress In Devices And Consumer

  42. General Mills Getting Back To Norm

  43. After A Strong Recovery, What Moves ADM From Here?

  44. Annie's Still A High Growth-High Multiple Proposition

  45. Navistar In The Early Stages Of Turning It Around

  46. Diamond Foods Making Better Moves, But Large Uncertainties Remain

  47. As One Problem Fades at lululemon athletica, Another One Emerges

  48. Pepsi Buying Sodastream: I Don't Think So

  49. Smucker Does Alright, But The Street Goes Away Disappointed

  50. Mattress Firm Delivers Strong Q1--Time To Sleep On It?

  51. Wall Street Clearly Underestimating VeriFone's Struggles

  52. Femsa Is A Delicate Balance Between Growth Opportunities And Valuation

  53. Pandora Drops 10% On Apple News: Time To Buy?

  54. Apple Hopes iRadio Keeps Users Tuned In

  55. Smithfield Get It's Deal, But From A Surprising Bidder

  56. Coty Readies IPO

  57. Mondelez Isn't As Good As Nestle, But Priced Like It Is

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