Barron’s Picks And Pans: Apple, Boeing, GE, Kellogg And More

This weekend’s Barron’s cover story examines ways to maximize income in a low-rate environment.

Other featured articles plead a approach to play a China trade talks and what a new baby bang means for sell stocks.

Also: the prospects for a resilient break maker, a beleaguered conglomerate, video diversion stocks, an aerospace hulk and more.

Upside-Down Rates” by Andrew Bary offers a demeanour during how to arrange by a rewards and dangers in short-term paper, corporates, munis, elite holds and taxable bonds. Time to deposit like a Oracle of Omaha’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B)?

Reshma Kapadia’s “A Mini Clap for a Mini Trade Deal” suggests that investors have good reason to be lukewarm on a latest turn in a China trade talks. Barron’s offers a approach to play a conflict, from Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) to Starbucks Corporation (NASDAQ: SBUX).

In “Kellogg Stock Looks Like It’s Worth Snacking On” by Lawrence C. Strauss creates a box that, after Kellogg Company (NYSE: K) batch fell neatly in new years due to disappearing cereal sales in grown markets and changing consumer tastes, a new concentration on snacks creates it seem like a buy again.

The conduct of a T. Rowe Price Capital Appreciation account gains an corner by identifying holds influenced by disruption, according to “Why a Star Stockpicker Likes GE” by Al Root. See because this portfolio manager is a longhorn on General Electric Company (NYSE: GE).

In Jack Hough’s “These Retail Stocks Could Gain as Millennials Launch a Baby Boomlet,” find out it competence no longer be a box that millennials are too bustling profitable off tyro debt and mortgages to have children — and because that’s good for holds like Bed Bath Beyond Inc. (NYSE: BBBY).

See also: What’s Driving Apple’s Stock To All-Time Highs?

“Videogame Stocks Have History on Their Side” by Tae Kim points out that Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI) had a formidable week. Yet, new consoles are rising in 2020 in a start of a new cycle. Which holds are expected to see a boost this time?

In “5 Dividend Stocks for a Low-Rate World,” Lawrence C. Strauss says that Johnson Johnson (NASDAQ: JNJ) is among a companies that have kept their dividends total and flourishing for years, creation them plain investment considerations for a low-rate world.

The series of eccentric jet makers is dropping. So says Al Root’s “Boeing-Embraer Deal May Lift Aerospace Stocks Because Investors Like Monopolies.” That means holds like Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) will stay renouned on Wall Street for a foreseeable future.

Also in this week’s Barron’s:

  • Fresh hurdles U.S. companies face in China
  • Europe’s banks feel a pain of 5 years of disastrous rates
  • Why a prolonged convene in holds competence be nearby a end
  • How Mexico could win from a trade war
  • How Harvard and Yale missed a batch marketplace rally
  • The box for investing in water

At a time of this writing, a author had no position in a mentioned equities.

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