7 Consumer Stocks to Beat Market Volatility

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According to Karvy Global, "The U.S. debt ceiling concerns have pushed the S&P 500 to one-month lows. The index stocks corrected 3% in the past week on the risk of a default if the debt ceiling is not raised. In this scenario, stocks that are relatively less volatile could balance a portfolio. We have selected companies that seem less volatile and could help cut losses in the event of a further downside. These stocks carry an average monthly beta of 0.74 and have an upside of 28% over the next one year. Besides, they carry a mean buy rating of 52%." Read more here.

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