Sysco's shares have underperformed the market this year, but its business is looking to rebound as COVID-19 stresses ease.
News & Analysis: Sysco
We aren't just chasing high dividend yields but buying quality businesses poised to endure for a lifetime.
Stable businesses and growing payouts define these stocks.
Some companies just provide the right mix of income, growth, and safety.
An analyst and hedge funds are jumping on board the Sysco bull train.
The food giant's business is under pressure but holding up through the early phases of the pandemic.
SYY earnings call for the period ending March 31, 2020.
Continuous demand will sustain these companies for decades to come.
Opening new outlets for distribution isn't necessarily an easy task, though.
The stock market gained some ground Monday to bounce back from Friday's losses.