Sumitra Nydoo (in for The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield) interviewed Anchor Capital Analyst Henry Biddlecombe.
Biddlecombe chose the following companies as his stock picks for the week:
Rhodes Food Group
Food producers – and volume growth at retailers - are under pressure.
Food inflation is also troublesome.
Yet, Biddlecombe suggests buying Rhodes.
Select Comfort is an American retailer of high-end beds, which Biddlecombe suggests adding to your portfolio.
For more detail; listen to the interview below.
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