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        Recession-Proof Stocks: Weekly Stock Chart Challenge (July 15-17)

        According to MorningStar, Recession-resistant stocks are stocks of companies whose products and services consumers will continue to purchase no matter the economic climate. In a slowing economy, consumers will generally still fill their prescriptions, seek medical care, practice good hygiene, and enjoy their favorite beverages and snacks. They’ll also continue to pay for running water, electricity, and gas to heat their homes.

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        The company was founded in 1886 and is headquartered all over the world. It has more than 200 master brands and an extensive global distribution system. Its products account for more than 40% of the U.S. market and are considered addictive by its consumers. The company planned price hikes as inflation went on, and the demand was still stable in Q1.
        Recession-Proof Stocks: Weekly Stock Chart Challenge (July 15-17)

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        The company is the world's largest tobacco company. Throughout the past decades, tobacco stocks were among the best return on invested capital, benefiting from an addictive, above-average profit margin, recession-proof product, but facing continuous ethical and regulatory headwinds. The company is building its future by replacing cigarettes with smoke-free products.
        Recession-Proof Stocks: Weekly Stock Chart Challenge (July 15-17)

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        The company is the world's largest healthcare and consumer care products company. It has offices in more than 60 countries and has been ranked among the top 10 most admired companies in the U.S. It has partnered with BARDA to develop the covid-19 vaccine.
        Recession-Proof Stocks: Weekly Stock Chart Challenge (July 15-17)

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        • Savannahrobi : Do we comment our answers here?

        • Johnnie Worker Savannahrobi: I think we can just comment right here.

        • Johnnie Worker Savannahrobi: Should be $Coca-Cola (KO.US)$ $Philip Morris International (PM.US)$ $Pfizer (PFE.US)$?

        • juglansgo : PEP, PM, and PFE i guessConcerned

        • robert thompson9 : KO,PM,PFE

        • wildfireajg : PFE, KO,PM

        • steady Pom pipi : Figure 1-$Coca-Cola (KO.US)$-
          Coca-Cola Company is a non-alcoholic beverage company that mainly produces and sells non-alcoholic beverages, including sparkling drinks, water, fortified water and sports drinks, fruit juices, dairy and plant drinks, tea and coffee, and energy drinks. Its brands include Coca-Cola Company, Diet Coke, Zero Coca-Cola Company, Fanta, Sprite, Maid, Georgia, Powerade, Del Valle, Schweppes, Aquarius, Maid Pulpy, Dasani, Simply, Glaceau Vitaminwater, Bonaqua, Gold Peak, Fuze Tea, Glaceau Smartwater and Ice Dew. Its business scope includes: Eurasia and Africa, Europe, Latin America, North America, Asia-Pacific, bottling investment and global investment. The company was founded in 1886 by Asa Griggs Candler (Asa Griggs Candler) and is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.
          Figure 2:$Philip Morris International (PM.US)$
          Today, the largest tobacco company in the world is headquartered in New York, USA. But it first originated in England. In 1847, Mr. Philip Morris International Inc opened a small shop on Bond Street in England, and the business was so prosperous that his successor opened an agency in New York in 1902. When these investors moved to Virginia in 1919, they jointly founded PM.
          Figure 3:$Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.US)$
          Johnson & Johnson is the world's largest, diversified medical and health care products and consumer care products company. Johnson & Johnson produces and sells products in many fields, such as nursing products, medical products, medical equipment and diagnostic products market. It owns many well-known brands, such as Johnson & Johnson Baby, Ludeqing, Kelin, Jiao Shuang, Bundy, Dakening, Tylenol and so on.

        • If money could talk : coca cola.....  CNTC Chinese National Tobacco Company and Johnson and Johnson.

        • PattyPAP : KO, PM. US, JNJ

        • Noot27 : Chart 1: $Coca-Cola(KO.US)$
          Chart 2: $Philip Morris International(PM.US)$
          Chart 3: $Johnson & Johnson (JNJ.US)$

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