Savings at the pump didn't spur much other retail spending in January. Plus, narrow-moat Gap looks like a bargain, while Coke and Amex deal with headwinds.
Coke delivered a solid quarter, but our long term-assumptions for the firm remain in place, writes Morningstar‘s Adam Fleck .
Improved volume and pricing has helped Coke grow operating income despite currency and other headwinds, says Morningstar’s Adam Fleck .
Rising input costs and global food consumption will be key factors in the coming years for agriculture-related stocks, according to Morningstar's Adam Fleck .
Where we see values and uncertainties after a mixed bag of earnings from several big names this week.
Coke offers a better margin of safety, better international opportunities, and exemplary stewardship compared with its chief competitor.
In this special one-hour presentation, Morningstar experts share their takes on how investors can navigate a world with slightly overvalued stocks, an uncertain interest-rate environment, and a slow-growing economy.
A group of top managers continue to keep looking for good investment opportunities, while taking full advantage of a rising (and potentially overvalued) market to book some gains.
Morningstar's Bob Johnson explains the sources of higher prices, and what they're implying about the potential of future inflation.
Although the market has been soft in recent weeks, it seems to have hardly grasped the potential of a longer-term shutdown, writes Morningstar's Bob Johnson.