Interactive Brokers - Steve Sosnick On Consumer Staples

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Includes: CPB, HAIN, MDLZ, SPY, XLP, XLY
by: Interactive Brokers
Summary

Interactive Brokers' chief options strategist Steve Sosnick discusses the rationale behind most investors' motives for placing their money in the consumer staples sector.

Why some traditional companies' stocks, such as Campbell Soup Co., may be suffering.

How trade-related tariffs pose risks to both the consumer discretionary and consumer staples sectors.

Interactive Brokers' chief options strategist Steve Sosnick discusses why the consumer staples sector is underperforming.

[Note: This material was originally published on IBKR Traders' Insight on August 31, 2018.]

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