Colgate-Palmolive

NYSE: CL
$76.17
-$0.06 (-0.1%)
Closing price September 20, 2021
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Rite Aid, J.C. Penney, DryShips, and Colgate-Palmolive record new 52-week lows Friday.
For more conservative investors looking for growth and income, these stocks make good sense for 2017 and beyond.
For those looking to generate income, equities remain one of the best resources, and these five look like long-term winners.
The recent headlines and the huge Trump following have helped closed the gap on Clinton, and if Trump is declared the winner, we could see a large market drop next week.
While it has become somewhat clear that the stock market and much of Wall Street may be rooting for a Hillary Clinton victory, a come-from-behind victory by Donald Trump could always happen.
The question for investors getting nervous about the market, the election and the general state of the global macro picture is what stocks will hold up best if we do get hit hard.
There is nothing really exciting to see here, just companies that have been around forever and, regardless of politics, macro changes and headlines, will be around for the foreseeable future.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday morning include Colgate-Palmolive, Gilead Sciences, Navistar, Occidental Petroleum, Pandora Media and Wal-Mart.