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The 75 RS Rating means that Philip Morris stock is outperforming 75% of all other stocks. It's a step in the right direction.
Philip Morris International stock had its Relative Strength Rating upgraded from 69 to 76, but still shy of the 80-plus score you look for.
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Philip Morris International shows improving price performance, earning an upgrade to its IBD Relative Strength Rating.
Stringent FDA regulations imposed on nicotine consumption have hindered the tobacco industry’s growth over the past few years. However, manufacturers have produced various alternatives, like e-cigarettes, vapes, and similar smoking substitutes, which could help the industry grow. So, we think high dividend-yielding tobacco stocks Philip Morris (PM), British American (BTI), Altria (MO), and Vector (VGR) could be great additions to one’s dividend portfolio amid the current market volatility. Read on.