|Daily Range||$71.15 - $71.69|
|52-Week Range||$63.38 - $74.35|
|Dividend (Yield)||$0.78 (2.5%)|
Dividend Pay Date
|Average Daily Volume||371,176|
|Current FY EPS||$3.75|
News & Commentary
Proposed revisions to the dairy program within the Farm Bill have major food producers voicing their opinions in Washington. Kraft, Dean Foods, and Nestle are all looking to preserve their margins in the process.
Berkshire Hathaway is full of companies like The Hershey Company -- a business with unmatched pricing power that will dominate Mars, Nestle, and private labels for decades to come.
Hershey's expansion and brand strength can help it benefit from a growing chocolate market despite competition from Nestle and Mondelez.
Diet gurus Weight Watchers, Nutrisystem, and Medifast have slimmed down as alternatives to weight-loss programs proliferate.
Competition commission fears paint-maker's ability to coat market with its finishes.
The war over genetically modified organisms rages on in Washington state, and the big money may be winning the current battle.
With holiday season around the corner, confectioneries will pick up business. Which of them should you bet on? Is Hershey the best bet?