Nu Skin Enterprises (NUS)
$52.70 0.00 (0.00%)
19:14 EST NUS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 2.93B
PE Ratio 21.16
Volume (Avg. Vol.)
Day's Range 52.70 - 52.70
52-Week Range 12.31 - 63.85
Dividend & Yield 1.10 (2.08%)
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If the insiders are buying, other investors should at least pay attention. These seven stocks are ones to keep an eye on here.
These consumer staples stocks offer dividend income and trade at lowered valuations for increased profits in the future.
These personal products stocks are generally stable and trade at low valuation levels that allow investors to profit from the consumer goods that people use every day.
When money is flooding into a stock, it gives it momentum to rise going forward. So, I believe in “following the money” — and these 10 stocks are seeing extremely poor money flow, in addition to weak fundamentals.
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Celgene (CELG), Pioneer Energy ServiceS (PES) and Nu Skin Enterprises (NUS) couldn't win for losing on this week's hump-day.
This week, 5 Personal Products stocks are improving their overall ratings on Portfolio Grader. Each of these stocks is rated an "A" ("strong buy") or "B" overall ("buy").
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 0.4% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks advanced 0.3% on Wall Street on Friday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished up 1.2% on Wall Street on Thursday.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 0.6% on Wall Street on Wednesday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks rose 1.0% on Wall Street on Monday morning.
Consumer noncyclical stocks declined broadly on Wall Street on Friday morning, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.9%.
Consumer noncyclical stocks fell 0.2% on Wall Street so far on Thursday.
Consumer noncyclical stocks remained flat on Tuesday morning on Wall Street.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished up 1.1% on Wall Street today.
Consumer noncyclical stocks finished down broadly on Wall Street on Monday, with the sector seeing an overall decline of 0.3%.
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