Consumer Staples List

List of Consumer Staples Stocks

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The Bullish Bears break down a list of the largest consumer staples stocks and ETF list. Consumer staples stocks manufacture, distribute, and sell everyday goods such as food, beverages, and personal hygiene products. These products are typically considered essential and are less affected by economic changes. Companies in the consumer staples sector can be broken down into sub-sectors: retail, food and beverage, household products, personal products, and tobacco.

The main advantages of investing in consumer staples stocks are their consistent performance under market conditions, strong dividends, stability, and longevity. However, there are risks to consider, such as low-profit margins and slow growth, vulnerability to disruption from e-commerce, and the potential for high inflation to affect consumer purchasing power.

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WMTWalmart Inc.Discount Stores
PGThe Procter & Gamble CompanyHousehold & Personal Products
KOThe Coca-Cola CompanyBeverages - Non-Alcoholic
PEPPepsiCo, Inc.Beverages - Non-Alcoholic
COSTCostco Wholesale CorporationDiscount Stores
PMPhilip Morris International Inc.Tobacco
MDLZMondelez International, Inc.Confectioners
ELThe Estee Lauder Companies Inc.Household & Personal Products
MOAltria Group, Inc.Tobacco
TGTTarget CorporationDiscount Stores
CLColgate-Palmolive CompanyHousehold & Personal Products
DGDollar General CorporationDiscount Stores
MNSTMonster Beverage CorporationBeverages - Non-Alcoholic
KDPKeurig Dr Pepper Inc.Beverages - Non-Alcoholic
ADMArcher-Daniels-Midland CompanyFarm Products
KHCThe Kraft Heinz CompanyPackaged Foods
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.Packaged Foods
HSYThe Hershey CompanyConfectioners
KMBKimberly-Clark CorporationHousehold & Personal Products
STZConstellation Brands, Inc.Beverages - Wineries & Distilleries

Consumer Staples ETF List

XLPConsumer Staples Select Sector SPDR FundBroad Consumer Staples
VDCVanguard Consumer Staples ETFBroad Consumer Staples
IYKiShares U.S. Consumer Staples ETFConsumer Goods
IEViShares Europe ETFBroad Consumer Staples
KXIiShares Global Consumer Staples ETFBroad Consumer Staples
FTXGFirst Trust Nasdaq Food & Beverage ETFFood & Beverage
FXGFirst Trust Consumer Staples AlphaDEX FundBroad Consumer Staples
RHSInvesco S&P 500® Equal Weight Consumer Staples ETFBroad Consumer Staples
PBJInvesco Dynamic Food & Beverage ETFFood & Beverage
PSLInvesco DWA Consumer Staples Momentum ETFBroad Consumer Staples
ECONColumbia Emerging Markets Consumer ETFBroad Consumer Staples
PSCCInvesco S&P SmallCap Consumer Staples ETFBroad Consumer Staples
WBILWBI BullBear Quality 3000 ETFBroad Consumer Staples
CHISGlobal X MSCI China Consumer Staples ETFBroad Consumer Staples
CLIXProShares Long Online/Short Stores ETFBroad Consumer Staples
UGEProShares Ultra Consumer GoodsConsumer Goods
YUMYVanEck Future of Food ETFFood & Beverage
EATZAdvisorShares Restaurant ETFFood & Beverage
SZKProShares UltraShort Consumer GoodsConsumer Goods

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