|Last Price$70.60||Day Change (%)2.62%|
|Open Price$69.15||Day Change ($)1.80|
|Day Range68.81–70.65||52-Week Range52.90–76.23|
As of Fri 3/27/2015 5:55:00 PM | USD
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Amid the current challenging environment for defensive names, we see several opportunities for long-term investment in wide-moat companies at reasonable discounts.
Make sure the dividend a company is paying today isn't coming at the expense of future payouts or the future growth of the business, says Silver-rated JPMorgan Equity Income manager Clare Hart. Plus, the case for domestic tobacco and energy.
Some energy names and out-of-favor companies joined the index, but, in a sign of the times, few deeply discounted stocks.
Fed stays intent on tapering, Tiffany shares look rich, a big deal in pay TV, and Target feels a chill from Canada.
Modest pockets of value emerge among consumer defensive companies.