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Investors will hope that Conagra Brands can start to mimic the performance of companies like Campbell Soup (CPB), General Mills (GIS), and Kellogg's (K), which also have pricing advantages from well-known brands.
The global manufacturer and distributor of value-added frozen potato products has been able to use rising inflation to its advantage. LW stock is trading only 5% off its highs, and higher highs could be around the corner with another strong quarter and upbeat guidance.
Warren Buffet's mentor Benjamin Graham is famous for insisting that investors look at large declines in the stock market as a discount or sale, rather than panic. Here's a look at two quality tech stocks that have a chance to go back to their previous highs once macroeconomic conditions stabilize.
Semiconductor stocks have suffered mightily as the economic slowdown has shifted consumers' focus to necessities rather than spending on technology products. Still, the decline in Intel has been somewhat monumental.
Investors will be eyeing Worthington's first quarter earnings to see if the company can beat earnings expectations again and show resilience amidst rising inflation. Worthington's performance over the last few years is an indicator that the company may have pricing power as a steel processor.
The healthcare business offers attractive defensive attributes that are so valuable in the current uncertain environment. As such, adding healthcare stocks to the portfolio brings much needed diversification.