JNJ - Johnson & Johnson

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
138.44
+1.27 (+0.93%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

138.44 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 6:50PM EDT

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Previous Close137.17
Open137.61
Bid138.07 x 800
Ask138.39 x 800
Day's Range137.47 - 138.82
52 Week Range118.62 - 148.99
Volume5,358,075
Avg. Volume7,960,095
Market Cap368.634B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.66
PE Ratio (TTM)24.69
EPS (TTM)5.61
Earnings DateApr 16, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield3.60 (2.62%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-02-25
1y Target Est144.71
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  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know
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  • 3 Consumer Staples Stocks to Trade in 2019
    InvestorPlaceyesterday

    3 Consumer Staples Stocks to Trade in 2019

    So far in 2019, the bulls have been in complete control over the stock market. This strength comes despite there not yet being a resolution to the global tariff war and while we await the conclusion of Brexit. However, when things go south for stocks the breakdown comes fast and portfolios suffer severe consequences if investors didn't balance them properly -- that brings us to consumer staples stocks.Some sectors are better at withstanding selling pressure than others. During a selloff, momentum stocks like Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and Chipotle (NYSE:CMG) likely fall much faster than older, dividend-paying stocks. When times are tough, consumer stocks hold their value much better than most others.So why isn't everyone only in consumer staples stocks? Because what makes them almost bullet proof on the way down also slows them down during rallies. Traders are now on an upswing, so consumer stocks are generally lagging.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsBut therein lies the opportunity.This year, the Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETF (NYSEARCA:XLP) is up only half as much as the S&P 500. So if the bulls remain in control for the next two weeks, consumer staple stocks will have the opportunity of a catch-up rally.Furthermore, they're worth snatching up because there are tremendous risks that still loom over the global business sentiment. Yes, stocks are rising now but most of the risks that caused the selling last year are still here. Only the threat from a combative U.S. Fed has abated. So if the sellers come back online, then the consumer staple investments will hold up better than the general markets, so they are a safer bet. * 10 Dividend Stock Winners These three consumer stocks stand out in the sector: Mondelez International (NASDAQ:MDLZ), Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) and the Consumer Staples ETF (NYSEARCA:XLP). Here's more about each. Mondelez (MDLZ)Source: Shutterstock Mondelez made news last year as it invested $4 billion into Canopy Growth (NASDAQ:CGC), which quickly became a go-to cannabis stock to own (it had the best balance sheet of them all). So clearly, MDLZ is a company that is not afraid to take risks. And if the hype of the potential revenues from pot-related products and services is actually true, then MDLZ will get a handsome return on its investment.Meanwhile, MDLZ stock has its own reasons for ownership. It is now trading above the zone around $45.50, which has been resistance for years. So now it has solid footing below to attack the all-time highs. About a month ago it almost broke out of them, so it could be reloading to set new highs soon. If the geopolitical headlines comply, MDLZ stock should blaze a new trail soon. As long as it's above $45 per share, this is a real possibility.MDLZ sells at a price-to-earnings ratio of 25, which is in-line with the sector. So even though its management acts like it's a momentum company, the stock is not as frothy as one. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)Source: Shutterstock Johnson & Johnson has been a proven performer for over a century, so the effects of last year's headline over the talcum lawsuits will inevitably fade. This is not to minimize the issue and its effects on those who suffered, but JNJ stock will recover from it. Owning JNJ stock now offers the opportunity to ride the snapback rally. * 7 Dividend Stocks to Buy Today JNJ is not screaming cheap, but the macroeconomic correction from last year and JNJ-specific headlines have shaken the weak hands from the stock. This makes for a strong base going forward. And the sellers will be less likely to panic at the first sign of weakness. Consumer Staples Select Sector SPDR ETFEven though buying the XLP is similar to investing individually in MDLZ or JNJ, doing so diffuses the risks of individual headlines. There are heavyweight tickers in the XLP, but none that would bring down the whole exchange-traded fund. They do, however, trade in unison, so that risk remains.But from here, the XLP chart looks bullish. Even though it is lagging the SPY in its bounce off the December lows, the XLP is setting higher lows and has a breakout neckline just above current levels. If the bulls can breakout of $55 per share they can overshoot to target the all-time highs from November. There will be resistance along the way, especially around $56 per share … this is where the real selling began last year.So why expect a move now?The XLP chart has set higher lows and lower highs, thereby bringing it to a point. These usually are precursors to big moves because the energy needs to disperse quickly. So if the stock market, in general, continues this breakout, the XLP will eventually finish its own breakout upwards.Nicolas Chahine is the managing director of SellSpreads.com. As of this writing, he did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. You can follow him as @racernic on Twitter and Stocktwits. 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  • TheStreet.com4 days ago

    The Rally in Johnson & Johnson Looks Like it has Run Its Course

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  • Company News For Mar 15, 2019
    Zacks4 days ago

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  • J&J Seeks Approval for Darzalex in Expanded Patient Group
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    $18M Johnson & Johnson facility adds strength to Lake Nona's profile

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    Why Elite, Dividend-Paying Businesses Are the Ultimate “Wealth Defense”

    If you're like a lot of folks, you're worried about inflation… and the danger it presents for people saving for retirement, or already in retirement.You might also be worried about another financial crisis wrecking your investments.If you're one of these people (and there's a good chance you are), the "no brainer" decision for you is to own elite, dividend-paying businesses.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsOwning an elite dividend-payer is a good inflation defense because its strong brand and loyal customer base will allow it to raise prices along with inflation. Its dividend will often increase at a faster rate of inflation, so the value of your income stream remains intact.These companies are safer, better places to park long-term wealth than any currency or any government bond. They are better for parking long-term wealth than gold.There are several major reasons why they're an incredible vehicle for your money…* For one, buying a great business is extremely cheap and easy. You don't get hit with big fees and commissions when you buy and sell them. You can't say that about real estate or art. Buying a great business through an online broker will cost you less than lunch at most restaurants.* Holding a great business is extremely cheap and easy. It's as easy as holding cash in the bank. There are no storage costs. There are no transportation costs. You don't have to get a safe-deposit box or a home safe, like you might do with gold or diamonds.* Shares of great businesses are liquid and freely traded. There's a huge market for these business. It's open most every business day.* Elite, dividend-paying businesses also pay out reliable, extremely safe income to their shareholders.* And finally, great businesses are great inflation-defense vehicles. They have long histories of rising in value when paper currencies decline in value.This is one of the most important aspects of these stocks…You see, governments have a long history of debasing currencies.When they want to pay for big social programs or wars, governments often print up extra currency units (like U.S. dollars). Every currency unit that is printed devalues the existing currency units. This is called "inflating" the money supply.Inflation is a way for governments to quietly clip small bits of value from your bank account and your wallet.Inflation is one of the greatest dangers a person saving for retirement faces. It can crush the future buying power of the money you save today.This is why owning great businesses is so important. Great businesses hold their value through inflationary periods.The world's most successful investor, Warren Buffett, figured this out a long time ago.Buffett urges people who are worried about paper-currency declines to own world-class businesses. He figured out a long time ago that owning great businesses is a better inflation defense than owning gold.I agree with Buffett on this point. The numbers prove it. Owning great businesses is better than gold when it comes to preserving and growing wealth over the long term.Consider that from the start of 1995 through early 2019 -- a time period that includes booms and busts for both stocks and gold - gold returned 241%.Now consider during that time…ExxonMobil (NYSE:XOM) returned 755%.Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) returned 1,007%.Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) returned 1,257%.McDonald's (NYSE:MCD) returned 1,963%.(Note: These numbers factor in dividend reinvestment. Gold, of course, doesn't pay dividends at all.)Keep in mind… the companies I just mentioned were well-established enterprises in 1995. It wasn't like you were buying speculative startups.The numbers are clear. Owning elite businesses that generate consistent dividends is a better long-term strategy than owning gold.If you're concerned about inflation or another financial crisis, I encourage you to think about this idea… and how the world's greatest investor, Warren Buffett, approaches it.Sure… own some gold. Own some real estate. But keep in mind the proven wealth-building power of owning the world's best businesses.If you achieve great results with other strategies, congratulations. But if you're one of the many investors who has found lots of "action" -- but little success -- with exciting strategies, I hope you'll come around to the idea I've laid out for you today.Once you come around, and commit to a lifetime of accumulating elite, dividend-paying businesses purchased at reasonable prices, you'll eventually have a beautiful view of your "investment backyard"…At the end of your investment career, you'll have a large collection of elite, dividend-paying businesses… throwing off regular cash dividends.You'll have an orchard of money trees in your backyard.The branches of your money trees will be heavy with fruit every year. One "tree" will yield 20% on your original investment… one will yield 25% on your original investment… one will yield 30% on your original investment… and so on.Broad market corrections won't concern you. The latest government drama won't concern you.You'll sleep well at night knowing your elite businesses will continue to pay out regular cash dividends.You'll have a large and growing portfolio of the world's best soda companies, the world's best energy companies, the world's best food companies, etc.Instead of a fancy art collection or a car collection, you'll have a money tree collection.If you commit to a lifetime of accumulating elite, dividend-paying businesses purchased at reasonable prices, you're virtually guaranteed to build significant wealth in the stock market. And you will build that wealth safely.This is the world's 1 way to invest for retirement.It's the closest thing there is to having money trees growing in your back yard. Regards,BrianCompare Brokers The post Why Elite, Dividend-Paying Businesses Are the Ultimate a€œWealth Defensea€ appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    US STOCKS-Wall Street muted on trade uncertainty, housing data disappoints

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  • CNBC5 days ago

    Johnson & Johnson shares slip after California jury orders it to pay $29 million in latest talcum cancer trial

    J&J shares were lower after the company was ordered by a California jury to pay $29 million to a woman who alleged that asbestos in the company's talcum-powder-based products caused her cancer. J&J denies allegations that its talc causes cancer, saying numerous studies and tests by regulators worldwide have shown that its talc is safe and asbestos-free. Johnson & Johnson JNJ shares were down Thursday after the company was ordered by a California jury to pay $29 million to a woman who alleged that asbestos in the company's talcum-powder-based products caused her cancer.

  • Barrons.com5 days ago

    J&J Takes Another Hit in Fight Against Asbestos Claims

    Johnson & Johnson’s baby-powder problems continued Wednesday after a California jury decided the company must pay $29 million to a woman who claimed the company’s talcum powder-based products gave her cancer.

  • Reuters5 days ago

    US STOCKS-Wall St dips on trade uncertainty, weak new home sales data

    U.S. stocks dipped on Thursday weighed down by concerns of a delay in trade talks between the United States and China, and data which showed a higher-than-expected fall in new home sales in January. A meeting between President Donald Trump and China's Xi Jinping to sign an agreement to end their trade dispute was more likely to take place in April at the earliest, Bloomberg reported, a day after Trump said he was in no rush to complete a trade pact with China.