In a previous article, I laid out the bear case against Altria Group (NYSE: MO). Today, let's take a look at some ways the tobacco titan's stock could trend higher in the coming years. As the number of people who smoke continues to decline, …
Altria (NYSE: MO) sits just above its 52-week low, a surprise hit to its valuation caused by the Food & Drug Administration proposing regulations that could severely impact its bottom line. But the market is looking at that risk as if the threat …
Altria stock was flat in afternoon trading Thursday, while the broad S&P 500 fell 0.1 percent. The dividend increase pushes its yield up to approximately 4 percent, a level nearly double the S&P 500’s yield of 2.3 percent. Analysts have pointed …
Coca-Cola currently pays a forward yield of 3.3%. It's raised that dividend annually for over five decades. But Altria pays a higher yield of 3.7%, and it's hiked that payout every year since it spun off its overseas business as Philip Morris …
Amid declining tobacco sales volumes and rising government restrictions, Altria Group, Inc.’s MO shift to low risk smokeless tobacco products has been aiding the company to maintain market share and generate profit. Let’s now …