Golden Crosses

Golden Crosses

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Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have set golden crosses within the last week. A Golden Cross is when a stock's 50 day moving average crosses above the 200 day moving average. This list is generated daily, ranked based on market cap and limited to the top 30 stocks that meet the criteria.

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  • Moving Average Crossover Alert: Hutchison China MediTech

    Moving Average Crossover Alert: Hutchison China MediTech

    Hutchison China MediTech Limited (HCM) is looking like an interesting pick from a technical perspective, as the company is seeing favorable trends on the moving average crossover front.

  • Urbem's 'Wonderful Business' Series: Philip Morris

    Urbem's 'Wonderful Business' Series: Philip Morris

    A clear strategy to win in a shrinking industry Continue reading...

  • Will Hutchison China MediTech Continue to Surge Higher?

    Will Hutchison China MediTech Continue to Surge Higher?

    As of late, it has definitely been a great time to be an investor in Hutchison China MediTech.

  • Hutchison China MediTech (HCM) Is Up 0.6% in One Week: What You Should Know

    Hutchison China MediTech (HCM) Is Up 0.6% in One Week: What You Should Know

    Does Hutchison China MediTech (HCM) have what it takes to be a top stock pick for momentum investors? Let's find out.

  • Barrons.com

    Reprieve for Tobacco Stocks May Be Short-Lived in 2020, Says Analyst

    Tobacco stocks had a roller coaster 2019 that ended on a high note. Investors need to be wary of counting too much on the gains that are still coming, say analysts at AB Bernstein.

  • Update: Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN) Stock Gained 20% In The Last Year
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    Update: Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN) Stock Gained 20% In The Last Year

    There's no doubt that investing in the stock market is a truly brilliant way to build wealth. But not every stock you...

  • Investing.com

    Stocks - Tesla, BAT, Newmont Rise in Premarket; Incyte Falls

    Investing.com -- Stocks in focus in premarket trade on Thursday, 3rd January.

  • Barrons.com

    FDA Bans Most Flavored Vape Pods. Altria’s Juul Stake Could Benefit, Analyst Says

    The FDA announced a ban on all flavors of e-cigarette pods that aren’t tobacco or menthol. An analyst at Bernstein Research thinks a big winner will be Juul Labs, which is 35% owned by Altria Group.

  • Should Value Investors Pick British American Tobacco (BTI)?

    Should Value Investors Pick British American Tobacco (BTI)?

    Let's see if British American Tobacco (BTI) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now from multiple angles.

  • Big Tobacco Is Living on a Vape and a Prayer

    Big Tobacco Is Living on a Vape and a Prayer

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- The next big thing for big tobacco has turned into a bit of a nightmare. Vaping took off as a potentially healthier alternative to smoking for adults looking to kick the habit. But then it caught on with a whole new generation, sparking a teen epidemic in the U.S and fears that they could graduate to smoking traditional cigarettes. Matters worsened with a spate of illnesses among some users of electronic cigarettes, raising questions about the safety of vaping for young and old.In the U.K., the fallout from declining sales of tobacco alternatives across the Atlantic has hit British American Tobacco Plc and Imperial Brands Plc hard. Now as new management teams at both companies try to figure out what’s the best strategy back to growth, their fortunes will be driven more by regulations in the U.S. than their business closer to home. But this doesn’t have to be bad news. Heightened scrutiny in the U.S. can dispel concerns about safety, and eventually pave the way for companies to expand their vaping technology to devices that deliver cannabis, vitamins and medicines. Vaping first came under scrutiny for its appeal to teenagers. Altria Group Inc.-backed Juul Labs Inc., has been besieged by lawsuits accusing it of using sweet fruit and candy flavors to overtly target under-aged users. The situation escalated over the summer, after a spate of illnesses and deaths related to electronic-cigarette use. ECigIntelligence, a data provider, now forecasts a 13% decline in the U.S. vaping market in 2020. Previously it had forecast an increase of more than 10%.As the world’s biggest vaping market, accounting for about 45% of global sales in 2019, it’s little wonder the U.S. slowdown is hurting. Imperial, which sells Winston cigarettes in the U.S., warned on profit in September, and parted company with its chief executive officer, Alison Cooper, a week later. BAT, maker of Dunhill and Lucky Strike cigarettes, recently said sales growth from its new generation products would be at the lower end of its forecast range of 30%-50%. A few months earlier, it had guided to the midpoint.With the scrutiny of vaping, having a broad-based portfolio of tobacco alternatives is crucial. Here BAT is well placed, having invested $4 billion over the past five years. Seven months since becoming CEO, Jack Bowles has reorganized its alternatives into three global brands: Glo for heated tobacco, Vuse for vaping and Velo for oral nicotine products. That shows commitment and urgency. It’s still not clear which category, if any, will be the winner, so having options on each is wise.Vaping probably has the most long-term potential. In the meantime, heat not burn options may come to prominence, especially as they haven’t been drawn into the controversy. They’re already popular in Japan, but with Philip Morris International Inc. now selling its IQOS device in the U.S. too, BAT may need to spend more in this area.The $49 billion purchase of the shares it did not already own in Reynolds American Inc. in 2017 stretched BAT’s balance sheet, pushing net debt to more than 6 times Ebitda. But leverage has come down to around 3.5 times, according to an estimate by Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Duncan Fox. That’s still high, but it gives Bowles more scope to invest and pay the dividend.Rival Imperial has made a big bet on vaping with its Blu brand, while it also has a strong position in oral tobacco. But it was late into heat not burn, only launching Pulze in Japan in May. Whoever succeeds Cooper as CEO will need to decide whether to expand in this category, or double down on vaping.  Either way, it will mean more investment. For that, the new CEO can draw on the cash generated by the traditional cigarette business, an up to 2 billion-pound asset disposal program and a new dividend policy. The company will return any additional cash to shareholders through buy-backs. It should divert at least some of this into tobacco alternatives instead.Both companies should take care not to create a teen vaping craze at home. After complaints from the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and other organizations, the U.K.’s advertising regulator this month banned BAT from using public Instagram accounts to promote smoking alternatives like e-cigarettes. However, it didn’t find that the company had designed ads specifically to target youth.At least investment decisions could be made against a calmer market backdrop in the U.S. There’s a growing consensus that the vaping-related illnesses and deaths involved vaping oils carrying the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol or THC. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has warned against using black-market products.In 2020, new U.S. regulations will require companies to submit applications by May to keep their e-cigarettes on the market. Big tobacco has the resources to go through this complicated and expensive process. Smaller producers may not. Over about the next 12 months, this regime could reduce some of the competitive pressures on big tobacco. But in both tobacco and newer alternatives, it’s not going to be plain sailing. Numerous U.S. states have outlawed some kinds of e-cigarettes, and although a federal ban on vape flavors aside from tobacco now looks less likely after backtracking by President Donald Trump, it can’t be ruled out. Meanwhile, at some point, U.S. regulators may return their attention to efforts to reduce the amount of nicotine  and ban menthol flavors in traditional cigarettes, bringing more pain to what remains tobacco companies’ biggest and most profitable segment by far. (Michael Bloomberg, founder and majority owner of Bloomberg News parent Bloomberg LP, has campaigned for and given money in support of a nationwide ban in the U.S. on flavored e-cigarettes and tobacco.)Pressure there, and everywhere, could bring more industry hook ups. Philip Morris International and Altria in September ended their brief merger flirtation. Such talks could always come back onto the agenda again or the two may look abroad. Imperial has long been seen as a takeover target, with Japan Tobacco Inc. considered the most likely buyer. A new Imperial CEO may walk in the door only to find that there is a predator hard on the company’s heels.To contact the author of this story: Andrea Felsted at afelsted@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Melissa Pozsgay at mpozsgay@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Andrea Felsted is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the consumer and retail industries. She previously worked at the Financial Times.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinion©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • 3 Days Left Until British American Tobacco p.l.c. (LON:BATS) Trades Ex-Dividend
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    3 Days Left Until British American Tobacco p.l.c. (LON:BATS) Trades Ex-Dividend

    Regular readers will know that we love our dividends at Simply Wall St, which is why it's exciting to see British...

  • Benzinga

    Facebook Bans Instagram Influencers From Pushing Vaping, Weapons

    Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) introduced Wednesday a policy that prohibits influencers from promoting vaping, tobacco and weapons on Instagram. E-cigarette manufacturers had been using influencers to get around bans on vaping ads. As influencer marketing continues to explode, the platform has determined to “establish clear rules to help protect our community.” The vaping ban is Instagram’s first restriction on branded content.

  • Instagram Won’t Let Influencers Promote Vaping Products

    Instagram Won’t Let Influencers Promote Vaping Products

    (Bloomberg) -- Instagram is finally making rules to govern content in influencer advertising.Influencers, the photo-sharing app’s most-followed users who are paid by brands to post, will no longer be allowed to promote products related to vaping, tobacco and weapons, Instagram said Wednesday in a blog post. The decision came after the U.K.’s Advertising Standards Authority ruled this week that British American Tobacco can’t use influencer marketing to advertise e-cigarettes. An Instagram representative said the move to ban such posts more broadly was unrelated.Instagram, owned by Facebook Inc., has long allowed people with thousands or even millions of followers to operate their own sponsored-content operations, outside the Facebook ad-buying system, without the level of oversight applied to the rest of the company’s advertising. For years, the company felt that if an influencer had cultivated an audience willing to hear their messages, Facebook shouldn’t get in the way.However, there’s been a surge of sponsored content promoted by influencers, so Instagram wants to “establish clear rules to help protect our community,” at least when it comes to vaping, weapons and tobacco, according to a spokeswoman. Facebook already has rules against such products in its official advertising programs.Instagram reaches a younger demographic than Facebook’s flagship social-media app, and that audience may be more easily swayed by promotions from famous users of the platform. Influencers popular with teens on Instagram have especially helped spread the appeal of e-cigarettes, drawing U.S. Federal Trade Commission scrutiny over their promotional tactics. Beginning next year, Instagram, which recently started requiring new users to disclose their birth dates, will restrict the audience for influencer ads about alcohol and diet supplements.Having new rules doesn’t necessarily mean they’ll be enforced. A few years ago, after pressure from the FTC on advertising disclosures, Instagram started to require influencers to use a specific branded-content tool to disclose the money behind their posts. Influencers regularly flout that rule with little consequence, and sometimes don’t even disclose whether they are paid to post about a product.(Updates with U.K. authorities’ ruling in second paragraph)To contact the reporter on this story: Sarah Frier in San Francisco at sfrier1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Jillian Ward at jward56@bloomberg.net, Alistair Barr, Molly SchuetzFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

  • UK bans e-cigarette ads on Instagram, other social media

    UK bans e-cigarette ads on Instagram, other social media

    Companies including British American Tobacco (BAT) will be barred from promoting e-cigarettes on Instagram and other social media sites as a result of a ruling by the UK's advertising watchdog on Wednesday. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) investigated Instagram posts from BAT e-cigarette brand Vype, as well as rivals Ama Vape, Attitude Vapes, and Global Vaping Group.

  • UK ad watchdog bans BAT from Instagram e-cigarette promotion

    UK ad watchdog bans BAT from Instagram e-cigarette promotion

    The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) also directed the company to remove all ads related to Vype on Instagram. The decision stems from a probe into seven Instagram posts by Vype after some health groups raised complaints in March that they were likely to appeal to those below 18 years of age. The complaints from Action on Smoking and Health, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and Stopping Tobacco Organizations and Products also alleged the company had used models who appeared to be under 25, which is prohibited in the UK.

  • British pound and stocks continue to rise after U.K. election

    British pound and stocks continue to rise after U.K. election

    The British pound climbed and U.K. equities boomed in the wake of last week’s election, which kept the Conservative Party in power with a majority.

  • Is British American Tobacco plc  (BTI) A Good Stock To Buy?
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    Is British American Tobacco plc (BTI) A Good Stock To Buy?

    We are still in an overall bull market and many stocks that smart money investors were piling into surged through the end of November. Among them, Facebook and Microsoft ranked among the top 3 picks and these stocks gained 54% and 51% respectively. Hedge funds' top 3 stock picks returned 41.7% this year and beat […]

  • Investing.com

    British American Tobacco on Fire After Big Upgrade

    Investing.com - British American Tobacco (LON:BATS) jumped midday Monday after a strong vote of confidence from Bank of America (NYSE:BAC).

  • MarketWatch

    British American Tobacco upped to buy from underperform at Bank of America

    British American Tobacco received a double upgrade to buy from underperform at Bank of America, which lifted its price target for the U.K. shares to 3400 pence from 2500 pence. "An opportunity has opened up for BAT in vaping given 1) investment resets from JUUL and Imperial, 2) favourable competitive asymmetries in flavours and 3) potential market consolidation post May PMTA deadline," the broker said.

  • Hedge Funds Aren’t Crazy About Hutchison China MediTech Limited (HCM) Anymore
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    Hedge Funds Aren’t Crazy About Hutchison China MediTech Limited (HCM) Anymore

    Is Hutchison China MediTech Limited (NASDAQ:HCM) a good equity to bet on right now? We like to check what the smart money thinks first before doing extensive research on a given stock. Although there have been several high profile failed hedge fund picks, the consensus picks among hedge fund investors have historically outperformed the market […]

  • European Dividend Aristocrats: 41 Top-Flight International Dividend Stocks

    European Dividend Aristocrats: 41 Top-Flight International Dividend Stocks

    America's stock market ran wild in 2019, putting up a far-above-average year despite trade skirmishes, global economic sluggishness and political tumult. That's great for those already invested in stocks, but anyone with new money to spend is left looking at a lot of overvalued equities with severely depressed yields.One solution? Peer over the Atlantic and seek out European Dividend Aristocrats.You're certainly familiar with the S&P; Dividend Aristocrats - 57 dividend stocks that have raised their payouts for 25 or more years. Well, the European Dividend Aristocrats are of a similar vein. To qualify as European payout royalty, a company needs to show only 10 or more years of stable or increasing dividends. But these companies also provide investors with diversification and much more reasonable valuation than many of their American brethren.Another perk: European Dividend Aristocrats yield more - substantially more. As of this writing, they collectively yield 3.2%, versus 1.9% for the S&P; Dividend Aristocrats.Read on to explore all 41 European Dividend Aristocrats. SEE ALSO: The 20 Best Stocks to Buy for 2020

  • Is British American Tobacco p.l.c.'s (LON:BATS) ROE Of 9.7% Concerning?
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    Is British American Tobacco p.l.c.'s (LON:BATS) ROE Of 9.7% Concerning?

    One of the best investments we can make is in our own knowledge and skill set. With that in mind, this article will...

  • Hedge Funds Have Never Been More Bullish On Brandywine Realty Trust (BDN)
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    Hedge Funds Have Never Been More Bullish On Brandywine Realty Trust (BDN)

    At Insider Monkey, we pore over the filings of nearly 750 top investment firms every quarter, a process we have now completed for the latest reporting period. The data we've gathered as a result gives us access to a wealth of collective knowledge based on these firms' portfolio holdings as of September 30. In this […]