Yum Brands (YUM)
$90.59 1.25 (1.40%)
16:02 EDT YUM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $89.34
Market Cap 29.28B
PE Ratio 21.22
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.21M
Day's Range 88.85 - 90.82
52-Week Range 54.95 - 115.17
Dividend & Yield 1.08 (1.19%)
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The best stocks to buy for beginners are those of successful, well-established companies with simple products and lacking significant threats.
Taco Bell and KFC have turned themselves around and are well-suited to food delivery and a recession. As a result, Yum Brands stock is a buy.
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