Cramer reveals some of his favorite Dow stocks for 2019

The Dow’s top five stocks for the end of 2018 were a defensive group: consumer products giant Procter & Gamble, drugmaker Merck, fast-food chain McDonald’s, telecommunications play Verizon and soft-drink maker Coca-Cola. “Classic slowdown stock” Procter & Gamble took first place with a 10 percent gain, a troubling sign for those who are worried about U.S. economic growth, Cramer said. “This is exactly the kind of stock you want to own if you’re concerned about a slowing economy,” Cramer said. “P


The Dow’s top five stocks for the end of 2018 were a defensive group: consumer products giant Procter & Gamble, drugmaker Merck, fast-food chain McDonald’s, telecommunications play Verizon and soft-drink maker Coca-Cola. “Classic slowdown stock” Procter & Gamble took first place with a 10 percent gain, a troubling sign for those who are worried about U.S. economic growth, Cramer said. “This is exactly the kind of stock you want to own if you’re concerned about a slowing economy,” Cramer said. “P
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Cramer reveals some of his favorite Dow stocks for 2019

The Dow’s top five stocks for the end of 2018 were a defensive group: consumer products giant Procter & Gamble, drugmaker Merck, fast-food chain McDonald’s, telecommunications play Verizon and soft-drink maker Coca-Cola.

“Classic slowdown stock” Procter & Gamble took first place with a 10 percent gain, a troubling sign for those who are worried about U.S. economic growth, Cramer said.

“When Procter’s the best performer, you know something’s wrong with that economy,” he said, acknowledging that the Bounty parent is still a “high-quality company” and has benefited from lower raw costs and higher market share.

“This is exactly the kind of stock you want to own if you’re concerned about a slowing economy,” Cramer said.

Cramer also blessed buying shares of runner-up Merck, the drugmaker behind leading anti-cancer treatment Keytruda. He noted that Bristol-Myers’ massive deal to buy Celgene speaks to the power Merck wields over its competitors.

“They never would’ve done something so radical if Merck weren’t winning some head-to-head trials against them,” he said. “Plus, Merck sports a 2.9 percent yield here, it’s got a rock-solid balance sheet, and, just like Procter & Gamble, it’s a fabulous slowdown stock. You have my blessing to still buy this into weakness.”

Cramer liked McDonald’s, noting that its stock also tends to thrive during slowdowns. He dubbed the stock of Verizon, which sports a 4.3 percent dividend yield and has no exposure to the Chinese markets, an outright “buy.”

Coca-Cola, the only other Dow stock that rallied in the final months of 2018, “is practically the perfect stock for this environment,” Cramer added, noting that it looks cheap considering its 3.3 percent yield and accelerating growth.


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Brexit explained: The UK’s big gamble

You’ve been hearing about it for 3 years. Wasn’t there a vote? Why do people get so worked up about it? If you don’t understand Brexit, here’s your chance to catch up. Watch the video above to learn about the history of the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union and what’s at stake in the looming divorce.


You’ve been hearing about it for 3 years. Wasn’t there a vote? Why do people get so worked up about it? If you don’t understand Brexit, here’s your chance to catch up. Watch the video above to learn about the history of the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union and what’s at stake in the looming divorce.
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Brexit explained: The UK's big gamble

Brexit.

You’ve been hearing about it for 3 years. And it’s still going. Wasn’t there a vote? Why do people get so worked up about it? Where does it stand and what comes next?

If you don’t understand Brexit, here’s your chance to catch up.

Watch the video above to learn about the history of the United Kingdom’s relationship with the European Union and what’s at stake in the looming divorce.


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Brexit explained: The UK’s big gamble

Brexit explained: 3.3 million jobs, EU immigration, the Irish border and everything else about the UK’s big gamble7 Hours AgoYou’ve been hearing about it for 3 years. Wasn’t there a vote? Why do people get so worked up about it? Where does it stand and what comes next? If you don’t understand Brexit, here’s your chance to catch up.


Brexit explained: 3.3 million jobs, EU immigration, the Irish border and everything else about the UK’s big gamble7 Hours AgoYou’ve been hearing about it for 3 years. Wasn’t there a vote? Why do people get so worked up about it? Where does it stand and what comes next? If you don’t understand Brexit, here’s your chance to catch up.
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Brexit explained: 3.3 million jobs, EU immigration, the Irish border and everything else about the UK’s big gamble

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You’ve been hearing about it for 3 years. And it’s still going. Wasn’t there a vote? Why do people get so worked up about it? Where does it stand and what comes next? If you don’t understand Brexit, here’s your chance to catch up.


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Let Apple’s stock ‘settle down’ before you start buying, Cramer says

Apple’s management may have botched the way it announced a change to its earnings reporting, but investors shouldn’t give up on the company’s stock, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday. In the announcement, the iPhone maker said it would stop breaking down the sales results for its individual products. “My advice now is to let this stock settle down. Then, if you don’t own it, I’d start buying it,” the “Mad Money” host and longtime Apple bull advised. Wall Street analysts took issue with Apple’s decis


Apple’s management may have botched the way it announced a change to its earnings reporting, but investors shouldn’t give up on the company’s stock, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday. In the announcement, the iPhone maker said it would stop breaking down the sales results for its individual products. “My advice now is to let this stock settle down. Then, if you don’t own it, I’d start buying it,” the “Mad Money” host and longtime Apple bull advised. Wall Street analysts took issue with Apple’s decis
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Let Apple's stock 'settle down' before you start buying, Cramer says

Apple’s management may have botched the way it announced a change to its earnings reporting, but investors shouldn’t give up on the company’s stock, CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Friday.

In the announcement, the iPhone maker said it would stop breaking down the sales results for its individual products.

“My advice now is to let this stock settle down. Give the sellers who don’t believe [CEO] Tim Cook’s explanation a couple more days to get out. Then, if you don’t own it, I’d start buying it,” the “Mad Money” host and longtime Apple bull advised. “Remember, Apple has the world’s biggest buyback and next week I bet you they will be in there repurchasing this stock right alongside you.”

Shares of Apple slid 6.63 percent on Friday after falling in Thursday’s after-hours trading. Wall Street analysts took issue with Apple’s decision to stop issuing individual product results and the company’s muted forecast, which was tied to timing issues related to its new iPhones.

But Cramer said he didn’t blame Apple for its decision to stop breaking down its product results and reiterated his call to value the Cupertino-based giant as a consumer products company rather than a technology hardware provider.

“As I told you earlier, I still believe you should own Apple, not trade it,” he said. “I regard Apple as the greatest consumer packaged goods play on earth — like a better version of Procter & Gamble — and you don’t see Procter & Gamble giving you the number of Gillette razors it sells every quarter.”


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Procter & Gamble shares jump on earnings beat as beauty business boosts sales

Procter & Gamble shares jumped Friday after the company said beauty sales helped propel higher-than-expected revenue growth during the latest quarter. Sales of $16.69 billion were slightly more that $16.65 billion a year ago and ahead of the $16.46 billion expected by analysts. P&G said beauty net sales rose 5 percent during the latest quarter, while sales in its fabric and home-care division — P&G’s largest unit by sales — climbed 2 percent. P&G said it’s anticipating organic sales growth of 2


Procter & Gamble shares jumped Friday after the company said beauty sales helped propel higher-than-expected revenue growth during the latest quarter. Sales of $16.69 billion were slightly more that $16.65 billion a year ago and ahead of the $16.46 billion expected by analysts. P&G said beauty net sales rose 5 percent during the latest quarter, while sales in its fabric and home-care division — P&G’s largest unit by sales — climbed 2 percent. P&G said it’s anticipating organic sales growth of 2
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Procter & Gamble shares jump on earnings beat as beauty business boosts sales

Procter & Gamble shares jumped Friday after the company said beauty sales helped propel higher-than-expected revenue growth during the latest quarter. It also maintained its profit outlook for the full year.

Its stock climbed more than 7 percent in trading Friday. As of Thursday’s close, its shares had fallen about 11 percent this year, bringing P&G’s market cap to roughly $202 billion.

Here’s what P&G reported compared with what Wall Street was expecting, based on a survey of analysts by Refinitiv:

* Earnings per share: $1.12, adjusted, vs. $1.09 expected

* Revenue: $16.69 billion vs. $16.46 billion expected

“This keeps us on track to deliver our top-and bottom-line targets for the fiscal year,” CEO David Taylor said in a statement.

Net income for the quarter ended Sept. 30 climbed about 12 percent to $3.20 billion, or $1.22 cents per share, from $2.85 billion, or $1.06 cents a share, a year ago. Excluding one-time items, P&G earned $1.12 cents a share, 3 cents ahead of analysts’ consensus.

Sales of $16.69 billion were slightly more that $16.65 billion a year ago and ahead of the $16.46 billion expected by analysts. It reported organic sales growth, which strips out the impact of currency and other adjustments, of 4 percent, better than expectations for an increase of 1.6 percent and fueled by growth in its beauty division. The company owns major brands in this category, including Pantene shampoo and Old Spice deodorant.

“There isn’t a piece of beauty that isn’t growing right now,” CFO Jon Moeller said on the company’s earnings call.

P&G said beauty net sales rose 5 percent during the latest quarter, while sales in its fabric and home-care division — P&G’s largest unit by sales — climbed 2 percent. That helped offset net sales declines of 1 percent in the grooming category, a drop of 3 percent in health care, and a 3 percent decline in baby, feminine and family care.

The maker of everyday household goods like Tide laundry detergent, Crest toothpaste and Charmin toilet paper has been defending its market share against heightened competition from private-label brands and upstart companies such as Brandless, Harry’s and Dollar Shave Club. Its Gillette razor brand has struggled as new entrants have entered the space and slashed prices.

P&G’s profit margins have also been squeezed, hurt by rising commodity costs, shipping expenses and foreign exchange rates. Moeller told analysts that P&G will need to raise prices in the coming quarters to offset these cost pressures.

“These are costs retailers understand. They face the same issues,” he said.

During an appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Friday, Moeller said, “We expect the revenue progress we are making and the bottom-line progress to hold up. There is a very strong underlying economy and we are seeing — despite some of that angst that exists — increases in the rate of market growth, which you expect with the unemployment situation and eventually the wage situation increasingly significantly.”

P&G said it’s anticipating organic sales growth of 2 to 3 percent for fiscal 2019. It expects core earnings per share to rise 3 to 8 percent, up from 2018 core earnings per share of $4.22.


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Dow rises more than 100 points as Procter & Gamble surges on earnings

The 30-stock index climbed 109 points, led by a 7.8 percent surge in Procter & Gamble shares. The stock surged after Procter posted better-than-expected earnings. American Express, PayPal and Skechers all posted on Thursday earnings that topped analyst expectations. Their shares rose 3.9 percent, 8.2 percent and 13 percent, respectively. “The underpinnings of the economy are still in place and earnings are still good,” said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial.


The 30-stock index climbed 109 points, led by a 7.8 percent surge in Procter & Gamble shares. The stock surged after Procter posted better-than-expected earnings. American Express, PayPal and Skechers all posted on Thursday earnings that topped analyst expectations. Their shares rose 3.9 percent, 8.2 percent and 13 percent, respectively. “The underpinnings of the economy are still in place and earnings are still good,” said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial.
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Dow rises more than 100 points as Procter & Gamble surges on earnings

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The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose on Friday on the back of strong earnings from Procter & Gamble as Wall Street tried to regain its footing after a sharp sell-off in the prior session.

The 30-stock index climbed 109 points, led by a 7.8 percent surge in Procter & Gamble shares. The stock surged after Procter posted better-than-expected earnings. The company said it got a boost from strong beauty-product sales.

Honeywell and Schlumberger also reported better-than-forecast profits. American Express, PayPal and Skechers all posted on Thursday earnings that topped analyst expectations. Their shares rose 3.9 percent, 8.2 percent and 13 percent, respectively.

The corporate earnings season is off to a strong start. With more than 15 percent of S&P 500 companies having reported, 83 percent have topped analyst expectations, according to FactSet.

The S&P 500, meanwhile, climbed 0.2 percent as the consumer staples sector outperformed. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.1 percent, however, giving up a more than 1 percent gain.

“The underpinnings of the economy are still in place and earnings are still good,” said Quincy Krosby, chief market strategist at Prudential Financial. “The market is not going to have an immediate recovery; it tends to bounce.”


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Procter & Gamble is testing 3D printed Gillette razors

“Earlier this year we introduced a range of new razor products and declared that ‘one size’ does not fit all men when it comes to razors,” he said in an online statement. “The Razor Maker pilot furthers our commitment to place power in the hands of consumers,” he added. P&G is competing against newer rivals such as Dollar Shave Club, the subscription company bought by Unilever for a reported $1 billion in 2016. In May 2017, Gillette launched its own on-demand service and earlier this year expand


“Earlier this year we introduced a range of new razor products and declared that ‘one size’ does not fit all men when it comes to razors,” he said in an online statement. “The Razor Maker pilot furthers our commitment to place power in the hands of consumers,” he added. P&G is competing against newer rivals such as Dollar Shave Club, the subscription company bought by Unilever for a reported $1 billion in 2016. In May 2017, Gillette launched its own on-demand service and earlier this year expand
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Procter & Gamble is testing 3D printed Gillette razors

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Gillette has used the slogan “The Best A Man Can Get,” since 1989, and guys now want razors more tailored to their needs, according to P&G’s director for Gillette and Venus North America, Pankaj Bhalla. “Earlier this year we introduced a range of new razor products and declared that ‘one size’ does not fit all men when it comes to razors,” he said in an online statement. “The Razor Maker pilot furthers our commitment to place power in the hands of consumers,” he added.

P&G is competing against newer rivals such as Dollar Shave Club, the subscription company bought by Unilever for a reported $1 billion in 2016. In May 2017, Gillette launched its own on-demand service and earlier this year expanded it so that people can add photos and text to their razor handles.

On Tuesday, P&G was told it is now exempt from the 25 percent U.S. tariff levied on the steel it imports from Japan and Sweden for razor blades, nearly four months after its rival Edgewell Personal Care, which makes Wilkinson Sword and Schick blades, got a similar exemption.

Both manufacturers said they needed to go overseas for steel suppliers, because U.S. producers cannot supply steel of a high enough grade, according to a Reuters report.


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Apple will probably lower iPhone prices on Wednesday — here’s why

The iPhone X, which starts at $999 and goes all the way up to $1,149, has helped boost profits for the company, even as iPhone unit sales continue to flatten. Last quarter, the pricier iPhone X helped increase the iPhone’s average selling price (ASP) to $724, which was well above expectations. According to numerous reports, Apple will announce three new iPhones based on the iPhone X design on Wednesday. If Kuo’s pricing predictions hold up, that gives Apple the opportunity to keep growing iPhone


The iPhone X, which starts at $999 and goes all the way up to $1,149, has helped boost profits for the company, even as iPhone unit sales continue to flatten. Last quarter, the pricier iPhone X helped increase the iPhone’s average selling price (ASP) to $724, which was well above expectations. According to numerous reports, Apple will announce three new iPhones based on the iPhone X design on Wednesday. If Kuo’s pricing predictions hold up, that gives Apple the opportunity to keep growing iPhone
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Apple will probably lower iPhone prices on Wednesday — here's why

Apple made a big bet last year that it could convince you to spend $1,000 or more on a new iPhone. It sounded like a crazy move after people spent 10 years spending $650 or so on a new device, but Apple’s gamble worked.

The iPhone X, which starts at $999 and goes all the way up to $1,149, has helped boost profits for the company, even as iPhone unit sales continue to flatten. Last quarter, the pricier iPhone X helped increase the iPhone’s average selling price (ASP) to $724, which was well above expectations.

It turns out Apple doesn’t necessarily need to sell more phones each year to keep its wild profits flowing. It just needs to create a version that’s worth spending more on.

But things are going to change this year.

According to numerous reports, Apple will announce three new iPhones based on the iPhone X design on Wednesday. That means we’ve seen the last of new iPhone models with a home button and large, chunky borders around the screen, like last year’s iPhone 8. Starting this week, all iPhones will look like the iPhone X for the foreseeable future.

It also means Apple will probbly tweak its pricing scheme to reflect the fact that paying a premium for a futuristic phone no longer makes sense.

According to a June report obtained by MacRumors and written by Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at TF International Securities who is almost always accurate with his Apple gadget predictions, the successor to the iPhone X will start between $800 and $900 instead of $1,000. There will also be a larger version of the phone, the so-called iPhone Xs Max, that will start between $900 and $1,000. And the new entry-level model with a cheaper, 6.1-inch LCD screen, will cost between $600 and $700.

If Kuo’s pricing predictions hold up, that gives Apple the opportunity to keep growing iPhone profits through the $1,000 jumbo-sized iPhone X model, while growing overall unit sales through the two cheaper models. A discounted new version of the iPhone X will seem like a steal at $900, compared to its current price. And the LCD model will look especially enticing at $700.

While the gamble last time was that customers would pay more for the X, this time Apple is betting that higher volumes and still-strong margins on the cheaper phones will make up for any decrease in average selling price. Apple’s last gamble paid off, despite skepticism from analysts. This time, everybody will be watching the December earnings report closely to see if the company can pull off another record run.


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Procter and Gamble wants to trademark ‘LOL,’ ‘WTF’ and other millennial-friendly acronyms

Acronyms like these are used across social media and messaging apps and are popular among the hard-to-reach millennial group, one that might be more interested in P&G’s other products such as Old Spice deodorant [really?! I thought that was for old men?] Activist investor Nelson Peltz, who joined P&G’s board in March,told CNBC last September that younger consumers do not want “one-size fits all” brands. “Millennials want these little brands, these local brands that they have an emotional attachm


Acronyms like these are used across social media and messaging apps and are popular among the hard-to-reach millennial group, one that might be more interested in P&G’s other products such as Old Spice deodorant [really?! I thought that was for old men?] Activist investor Nelson Peltz, who joined P&G’s board in March,told CNBC last September that younger consumers do not want “one-size fits all” brands. “Millennials want these little brands, these local brands that they have an emotional attachm
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Procter and Gamble wants to trademark ‘LOL,’ ‘WTF’ and other millennial-friendly acronyms

Acronyms like these are used across social media and messaging apps and are popular among the hard-to-reach millennial group, one that might be more interested in P&G’s other products such as Old Spice deodorant [really?! I thought that was for old men?] or Aussie shampoo.

Millennials are an important potential customer for consumer packaged goods companies. Activist investor Nelson Peltz, who joined P&G’s board in March,told CNBC last September that younger consumers do not want “one-size fits all” brands. “Millennials want these little brands, these local brands that they have an emotional attachment to,” he said.

Along with the three-letter acronyms, P&G has also applied to trademark “Home Made Simple” in the same cleaning categories.

P&G had not responded to CNBC’s request for comment at the time of publication, but a report on industry website Ad Age said the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has sought clarifications from P&G, which has until January to respond.


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Cramer’s lightning round: Gamble on Pinnacle Entertainment

I’ll tell you what, look, you’re absolutely right structurally, but we’re going to actually own the rails. I like Norfolk Southern and I like Union Pacific right here, and I like CSX. MGM Resorts International: “No, we’re recommending Pinnacle Entertainment. I’ve been trying to have them on, but I don’t know what the critical breakdown is because I think that is a well-run company.” We are now due and the stock did a spike so I’m gonna have to say take a pass.


I’ll tell you what, look, you’re absolutely right structurally, but we’re going to actually own the rails. I like Norfolk Southern and I like Union Pacific right here, and I like CSX. MGM Resorts International: “No, we’re recommending Pinnacle Entertainment. I’ve been trying to have them on, but I don’t know what the critical breakdown is because I think that is a well-run company.” We are now due and the stock did a spike so I’m gonna have to say take a pass.
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Cramer's lightning round: Gamble on Pinnacle Entertainment

Praxair: “Look, the government — they’re trying to figure out how to deal with that anti-trust stuff, so I think that that whole complex of ‘just air’ so to speak is just wrong, so I like all of those in that group.”

Trinity Industries: “Keep looking, don’t pull the trigger. I’ll tell you what, look, you’re absolutely right structurally, but we’re going to actually own the rails. I like Norfolk Southern and I like Union Pacific right here, and I like CSX. You can buy any one of those three.”

MGM Resorts International: “No, we’re recommending Pinnacle Entertainment. We want domestic and we don’t want just concentrated in Vegas. We’ve been saying Pinnacle, we like it for betting too, gambling.

Energy Transfer Partners: “I think you ring the register and be glad that they did some sort of takeover there because that has been a godawful situation.”

Aerovironment: “We like Aerovironment, we think that they’re terrific. I’ve been trying to have them on, but I don’t know what the critical breakdown is because I think that is a well-run company.”

Duluth Holdings: “I like the apparel group very much, but you know what? We are now due and the stock did a spike so I’m gonna have to say take a pass. I like Tapestry.”


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