It may not make the hippest holiday confections, but the company knows what lovers are looking for on the drugstore and department store candy aisles.
With world-class brands, investors can nibble on this defensive play in consumer staples.
The sector had a down year compared to the rest of the market, but a handful of companies are set to thrive in the New Year.
While the cereal and snack food stock does offer a strong yield at 2.9%, I still consider this a stale pick.
Both are expected to post growth. Analysts are also looking for strong results from Tesla Motors and Time Warner.
While consumers have been embracing their smartphones and tablets for years, advertisers are finally catching up -- some with a vengeance.
Value investors should consider these oversold names.
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