"Beverages" Category

Will Small Cap Wineries Ride the Wine Industry Wave?

Posted On August 22, 2014 | by AllenCaron

If you are looking for growth that’s oblivious to bull and bear markets, try the wine industry. Doesn’t the old adage say people drink in good times and bad? Statistics show that wine shipments in the U.S. […]

The Boring Bull: A Look Back at 2013

Posted On February 11, 2014 | by AllenCaron

Calling it “one for the record books,” author Ben Rooney at CNN Money toed the line of calling 2013 a “boring” year for stocks, even as the bull market surged on. The year’s bull market did indeed […]

Retail Trends: Tea Totals Rise

Posted On July 8, 2013 | by AllenCaron

A recent article at The Columbian explains that more and more Americans are making the switch from coffee to tea, viewing it as a healthier alternative to the caffeine-laden classic. According to the article, “Last year, the […]

Stocks soared to a great start in 2013, posting the best weekly gain in two years, with small caps leading the way. But the rally was really just an extension of a small cap surge that  started back […]

A Sweet Deal: Chocolate Found to Reduce Stroke Risk for Men

Posted On September 8, 2012 | by AllenCaron

Some delicious news arrived from many media sources this week, at least if you are a chocolate lover and a man between the ages of 45 and 79. A new, decade-long Swedish study of 37,000 Swedish men to […]

Finding Value in ADR Shares of Foreign-Based Companies

Posted On February 29, 2012 | by AllenCaron

Investors who are looking for undervalued equities increasingly know that one of the prime hunting grounds for value can be the shares of companies listed on well-run foreign exchanges – which frequently trade at lower multiples than […]

Foodie Stocks: Nuts for Cheese, Espresso & Organic Foods

Posted On November 15, 2009 | by AllenCaron

Now that cooler days have arrived, and the frost is on the punkin, so to speak, my thoughts turn to comestibles: fancy foods, treat foods,  holiday foods — even health foods.  So I thought it might be worthwhile […]


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