Amid declining user trust after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, advertisers continue to hold on to the Facebook platform
Beaten-down consumer stocks may lead the market as investors rotate to new sectors.
Nobody's perfect, not even Warren Buffett. Often hailed as the world's greatest investor, Buffett has had his share of not so great stock picks.
Investors might consider giving their portfolios some spring cleaning by tossing out laggards.
Steep consecutive declines in the consumer staples sector is bringing back memories of the financial crisis.
Not surprisingly, the largest individual shareholders in the consumer goods company are current and former senior employees.
Procter & Gamble reports earnings on Friday with a market-neutral P/E ratio of 20.95 a solid dividend yield of 3.66%, making it a "Dog of the Dow."
A corporate umbrella is a large, generally successful brand name that oversees smaller companies belonging to the same corporation.
Procter & Gamble made the decision after looking at new data on ad consumption.
Bulls see Chipotle's new CEO, a long-time industry vet, driving sales at the struggling chain.