Kraft Heinz Ord Shs (KHC)
$32.29 0.01 (0.03%)
8:32 EDT KHC Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $32.28
Market Cap 39.37B
PE Ratio 3.58
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 12,910
Day's Range 32.28 - 32.28
52-Week Range 19.99 - 34.00
Dividend & Yield 2.50 (7.74%)
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With the markets printing red ink everywhere, food stocks to buy offer one of the few sane places to park your investing dollars.
Even as the rest of the market pushed higher yesterday, consumer staples stocks like The Kraft Heinz Company (NYSE:KHC) pulled back slightly.
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Kraft Heinz stock crashed to a new 52-week low and is one of the poorest performers in its sector. Avoid it for now.
Don't try to catch the falling knife that is Kraft Heinz stock. With a high dividend and low EBITDA, it's slowly rotting.
Investors might be tempted by Kraft Heinz stock, given a dividend yield near 6%. But KHC looks like a yield trap, not a value play.
By Thomas Niel
Selling at a discount to peers, Kraft Heinz in theory is a great contrarian play. But, with a turnaround on hold, avoid Kraft Heinz stock.
Investors who bought an S&P 500 Index fund in mid-2017 would be much better off than Kraft Heinz stock holders today. How much longer are you willing to hold onto KHC?
Kraft Heinz stock took it on the chin when the food maker served up a disappointing Q4 report. However, there are some positives here that merit gambling on the discount.
Kraft Heinz (KHC) earnings for the food company's fourth quarter of the year have KHC stock taking a beating on Thursday.
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According to Yahoo Finance, Kraft Heinz is expected to announce revenue of $6.6 billion and earnings of $0.68 in the fourth quarter. This would suggest a decline of 4.2% and 19.0%, respectively from a year earlier.
The turnaround in Kraft-Heinz has limited visibility, and so long as this remains true, Kraft-Heinz stock will remain weak.
A lot of the credit for Domino’s impressive performance over most of the 2010s was due to former CEO Patrick Doyle, who took charge in 2010 and proceeded to turn the company into a tech company that just happened to sell pizzas.
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