Nobody Wants Cash Flow

Nobody wants cash flow when money costs nothing.
This is playing out right now in consumer staples stocks, which, according to Sentimentrader, have shrunk below 6% of the S&P 500 for only the 2nd time in 30 years. I’ll give you one guess as to when that other time was. Yep, you nailed it.
There are 26 detergent and toilet paper stocks with a market cap north of $10 billion that have a higher yield than the 10-ye…

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