Milk, Eggs, Bread & Money
Earnings season is upon us, with companies such as Coke (KO), Pepsi (PEP), Procter & Gamble (PG) and Colgate (CL) due to battle it out in the coming days. With so much retail data about to bombard the Street, we sent Fast Money retail analyst Jeff Macke to the front lines to find out who’s winning the consumer brand wars.
Jeff Macke thinks PG is probably the best company in consumer staples, in part because they’re selling slow growth brands. He finds it impressive that a company as large as Procter & Gamble is so aggressive with managing their catalogue.
Jeff says Clorox (CLX) is the loser in the consumer staples war. He feels CLX is just getting trampled by PG.
In addition, Macke likes Molson Coors (TAP), Coke and Pepsi.
Both Tim Seymour and Pete Najarian like PEP, too.
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