Coffee Holding Co., Inc.
Shares of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (NASDAQ: GMCR) rose more than 20% in early trading on Wednesday after the Waterbury, Vermont-based maker of Keurig single-serve coffee makers reported strong fourth-quarter results and gave better-than-expected outlook.
Q4 and Full Year Results
For the fourth quarter ended Sept. 29, Green Mountain posted a profit of $91.9 million, or $0.58 per share, compared to $75.4 million, or $0.47 per more »
Unemployed or not, Americans will keep drinking their coffee and tea; what else can get them through a day at the office or in interviews? As something we're all familiar with, minor addictions like these offer a comfortable way to invest; we just need to look for the right opportunity. Three stocks dealing with coffee and tea have hit 52-week lows; the question for us is these glasses are more »
Thanks to the decline in sugar and coffee prices, the coffee business is still brewing despite the recession. With a drop in the prices of coffee beans came a boost to the industry's profit margin. As per the United Nations, America imported about 1.5 billion kilograms of coffee in 2011. As of 2012, Coffee prices are already down by 25%. Whereas the per pound costs touched $3 in more »
Ok, what do the following brands all have in common?
David Beckham Fragrances
No, they're not the commercial backers of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. They are the new cousins of Peet's Coffee (NASDAQ: PEET). Joh. A. Benckiser, owner of such companies as Reckitt Benckiser (go around your house looking at the back of your household items and guaranteed you will find one of their more »
Starbucks are not at the top of Analyst's buy lists right now because of the struggling economy in Europe that has downsized future EPS through the end of the year for the company. The stock is expected to move sideways at best. Yet, it still is considered a good long term investment. The global vision is one of the reasons for this.
Expanding Global Markets
The company will continue more »