Is Altria Group or Philip Morris International the Better Tobacco Stock?
Spinoffs have traditionally fared better than the market, and this one was no different; both stocks have far-outperformed the S&P 500 index over the last six years.
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#1 Apr 8, 2014
Currency favors mo right now. Plus mo is more diversified. Mo yields more now too. Pm is buying shares against currency. Executives are ahead of this market always. Having both is short and long. No brainier. A constant cash flow right to the shareholder.
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