Campbell Soup: Not Very Exciting as a Post QE2 Investment

Here is a link to another article that was posted to Seeking Alpha over the weekend.

The bottom line from the article: Campbell Soup is a largely unexciting investment opportunity at this time for a post QE2 market. The company faces operational headwinds and the technical outlook is currently weak. Campbell Soup is a financially solid company with a steadily increasing dividend, however, and its recent track record as a defensive stalwart during times of extreme market turmoil are notable. Thus, a reversal in technical trends may create some appeal in the coming months for a possible short-term position in the stock. Otherwise, better stock investment opportunities likely reside elsewhere.

I will be following up in the next day or two with a Quarterly Review for 2011 Q1.

This post is for information purposes only. There are risks involved with investing including loss of principal. Gerring Wealth Management (GWM) makes no explicit or implicit guarantee with respect to performance or the outcome of any investment or projections made by GWM. There is no guarantee that the goals of the strategies discussed by GWM will be met.

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